Martha Nussbaum's "For Love of Country" Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Martha Nussbaum's "For Love of Country"
A critique and review of Martha Nussbaum's "For Love of Country".
# 73332 | 900 words | 1 source | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in English (Analysis) , English (General)

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This paper presents a critical reflection on Martha Nussbaum's "For Love of Country", in which Nussbaum pleads for cosmopolitanism instead of patriotism. The paper discusses the essays written by Nussbaum that are included in her book as well as the 15 essays by noted scholars also included in the book.

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"Nussbaum's "For Love of Country" contains a series of essays by notable scholars and great thinkers such as Gertrude Himmelfarb, Nathan Glazer, Hilary Putnam, Michael Walzer and Elaine Scarry as well as Nussbaum's own writings. She opens with an essay tracing ideas from the Stoics and argues for cosmopolitanism over patriotism, insisting that world citizens regard all human beings as fellow citizens and neighbors and so it makes more sense in this era of globalization to be a citizen of the world than a citizen of a..."

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