Contents: Anastasia Marinopoulou: The Origins of the Second Modernity - Any Political Prospects? - Hauke Brunkhorst: Some Conceptual and Structural Problems of Global Cosmopolitanism - Piet Strydom: Cosmopolitization and the Prospects of a Cosmopolitan Modernity - Max Preglau: Cosmopolitanism and its Enemies: The Return of Nationalism - The Case of Austria - Manos Spyridakis: Cosmopolitan Possibilities and Ethnographic Realities in the Workplace: The Case of Struggling Employees in the Mass Media Sector - Robert Fine: Cosmopolitanism and Antisemitism: Two Faces of Universality - Tracey Skillington: Violence, Memory, Time: Towards a Cosmopolitan Model of Learning from Atrocity - Kevin McSorley: Cosmopolitanism and the Body - Anastasia Marinopoulou: Defining Cosmopolitanism: European Politics of the Twenty-First Century - Jens Greve: Differentiation, Class Formation and Elite-Network Structures in World Society.
Anastasia Marinopoulou is Associate Lecturer at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She has taught at Munich University (Geschwister-Scholl Institute for Political Science), the University of Peloponnese and the Open University in Greece. Her research interests focus on epistemology, political theory and philosophy of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. She is the author of The Concept of the Political in Max Horkheimer and Jurgen Habermas (2008).