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May 18, 2014 7:33pm EDT
difference. when he finally given his passport, but does he do? he goes to moscow. he goes to china and there's a national holiday in china for a while where w.e.b. dubois stayed. and then he goes to,stayed. and then he goes to, to see this to african independent country where he actually settles. i grew up, became an american and then his state funeral was the first ceremonial of the modern state of ghana. >> one representative that the united states, embassy of government here or here attended this was a great w.e.b. dubois election of the 20th century. you mix up only in the text. but let me push you with the bill. so we agreed about the the cosmopolitan internationalist, data poor chauvinism, group has them, what about nationalism? how do they deal with the nationstate? >> well, i think i sort of written on it face come internationalism is the presupposes. .. that will matter fundamentally in the same way because it is consistent with recognizing that we matter in the same way. we have the right to live in the way that matters and that is different from each other. other. other. >>
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Jun 22, 2014 7:21am EDT
do? agosta moscow. he goes to china and china is called w.e.b. du bois and then he goes to garner to see the new african independent country where he eventually settles. i grew up and became an american. his state funeral was the first great public ceremony. >> not one representative at the united states embassy your government they are or here attended the funeral for the great w.e.b. du bois of the 20th century. and you make that point with great power in the text. but let me push you a little. we agree that cosmopolitan internationalism have poor chauvinism, activism, group as them. what about nationalism? how do they do with the nationstate? >> well, i think, you know, as this sort of written on its face come internationalism as it presupposes a world nation, there is a tendency -- cosmopolitanism ethereal tradition and the stars i know the first person he said he was a citizen of the world was the first century b.c. >> it's a very long tradition. and so, he has many tendencies and things. but i would say that dominantly it's not a tradition that takes a metaphor of global cit
CSPAN
May 24, 2014 3:47pm EDT
in china. china is still at amount one-sixth or one-tenth of the u.s. income level. maybe the prediction is china really will have to embrace much more political rights if this growth is going to continue. otherwise it may be breaking down. i don't have great faith in my ability to predict that at any one moarntle when exactly that will happen. maybe it's already happening. but maybe that could be a prediction that viewpoint would make about the future of china. it's not going to -- [inaudible] also an increase in political freedom. >> okay. i think it's time to wrap up this discussion. i want to thank all the audience members for joining us today and for including in the discussion. please join me in thanking professor easterly for -- >> thank you very much. >> -- a wonderful presentation. >> thank you very much. [applause] >> for more information, visit the author's web site, williameasterly.org. >> some people in the movement decided to take the cause of marriage equality to the united states supreme court. and that's really what i chose to write about. or and i'm really gr
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May 27, 2014 8:51pm EDT
think about this difference. and so when they have finally given us, what we do they go to china and the hangout and they have a national holiday in china towards us. and then he goes to ghana. and there are african hunting countries -- and we went to his state funeral which was the first great one of the modern century. >> [inaudible] one representative, the government there or here, none of them attended this in the 20th century. as we make that point with this text. so let me push you a little bit on this. so you agree that they have poor chauvinism, nativism, albeit things. and what about nationalism? how do they deal with the nations. >> i think as it is sort of written on its face, internationalism sort of presupposes this. and there is a tendency -- it's a very old position and i know some that were citizens of the world and it was a very old thing. >> so he has to go through and it's a very long tradition. another favorite is dominantly, it's not a tradition that takes the metaphor of global citizenship makes it a part of it. that is they don't say we should have a single sta
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