Cosmopolitanism, Self-Determination and Territory

by Oliviero Angeli | 14 January 2014
Category: Environment
Territorial rights are often perceived to create barriers and discriminate against the poor. This study challenges that notion by re-examining the cosmopolitan understanding of territory. It addresses issues from the right to vote, the right to exclude others to the legitimacy of territorial boundaries and the exploitation of natural resources.
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Territorial rights are often perceived to create barriers and discriminate against the poor. This study challenges that notion by re-examining the cosmopolitan understanding of territory. It addresses issues from the right to vote, the right to exclude others to the legitimacy of territorial boundaries and the exploitation of natural resources.
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272 Reward Points

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Product Description

Territorial rights are often perceived to create barriers and discriminate against the poor. This study challenges that notion by re-examining the cosmopolitan understanding of territory. It addresses issues from the right to vote, the right to exclude others to the legitimacy of territorial boundaries and the exploitation of natural resources.

Product Details

Cosmopolitanism, Self-Determination and Territory

ISBN9781349434596

Format

Publisher (14 January. 2014)

No. of Pages169

Weight244

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 216 x 140