This volume will appeal to political philosophers, students and practitioners of foreign policy and international relations, and anyone interested in exploring Canadian identity in a globalizing world.
Will Kymlicka is the Canada Research Chair in Political Philosophy at Queen's University. Kathryn Walker is a postdoctoral fellow at l'Universite de Montreal. Contributors: Yasmeen Abu-Laban, Howard Adelman, Charles Blattberg, Patti Lenard, Margaret Moore, Robert Paehlke, Scott Schaffer, Kok-Chor Tan, Joseph-Yvon Theriault, and Daniel Weinstock.
Introduction: Rooted Cosmopolitanism: Canada and the World / Will Kymlicka and Kathryn Walker Part 1: The Theory of Rooted Cosmopolitanism 1 Cosmopolitanism and Patriotism / Kok-Chor Tan 2 A Defence of Moderate Cosmopolitanism and/or Moderate Liberal Nationalism / Patti Lenard and Margaret Moore 3 Universality and Particularity in the National Question in Quebec / Joseph-Yvon Theriault 4 Rooted Cosmopolitanism: Unpacking the Arguments / Daniel Weinstock 5 We Are All Compatriots / Charles Blattberg Part 2: The Practice of Rooted Cosmopolitanism 6 Cosmopolitanizing Cosmopolitanism? Cosmopolitan Claims-Making, Interculturalism, and the Bouchard-Taylor Report / Scott Schaffer 7 A World of Strangers or a World of Relationships? The Value of Care Ethics in Migration Research and Policy / Yasmeen Abu-Laban 8 The Doctrine of the Responsibility to Protect: A Failed Expression of Cosmopolitanism / Howard Adelman 9 Climate Change and the Challenge of Canadian Global Citizenship / Robert Paehlke Index