Prosperity & Activism

by Brian Caterino WHAT WOULD A truly cosmopolitan society look like? At the least, it would be a society based on mutual respect toward others and toward different ways of life. While it would accept notions of equal justice for all, it would also recognize and respect different approaches to a good life. We tend to imagine a cosmopolitan world as an egalitarian one, and while it’s true that some people can emerge from hard times with their integrity intact, it is the exception that proves the rule. For most, a life of struggling to make ends meet isn’t conducive to a cosmopolitan […]
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