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Ulrich Beck, Edgar Grande

Cosmopolitan Europe

(German title: Das kosmopolitische Europa)
ca. 320 pages
Paperback
2004
Ulrich Beck
Foto: Ulrich Beck
© Isolde Ohlbaum

Ulrich Beck, born in 1944, is Professor of Sociology at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, and since 2013 the Principal Investigator of the ERC project: »Methodological Cosmopolitanism – In the Laboratory of Climate Change«.
Since 1997 he is the British Journal of Sociology Visiting Centennial Professor at the London School of Economics and since 2011 he is also Professor at the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris.

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Rethought Europe - that is the theme of this book. The cosmopolitan view on Europe, conceived in notions, could well be the starting point for new action opportunities.

This book is the final one of Ulrich Beck´s trilogy on cosmopolitan realism; each of these volumes - being complementary interpretations one of another - can be read and perceived for itself: The cosmopolitan view arises the perspective; a glance that is an idiosyncracy from the global era of power and counterpower, which is geared on to the crucial question of postnational legitimity of power; ultimately testified in this example: Cosmopolitan Europe.

Other publications

Das deutsche Europa/German Europe (2012)

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Fernliebe/Love at a Distance (2011)

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Nachrichten aus der Weltinnenpolitik/Twenty Observations on a World in Turmoil (2010)

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Der eigene Gott/The Personal God (2008)

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Was ist Globalisierung?/What is Globalisation? (2007)

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Weltrisikogesellschaft/World Risk Society (2007)

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Das ganz normale Chaos der Liebe/The Normal Chaos of Love (2005)

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Der kosmopolitische Blick oder: Krieg ist Frieden/The Cosmopolitan Perspective or: War is Peace (2004)

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Macht und Gegenmacht im globalen Zeitalter/Power in the Global Age (2002)

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Risikogesellschaft/Risk Society (1986)

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