"We never expel a foreigner" - globalism, interconnectivity and the experiment of the open society
Peters, M. A., & Besley, T. (2016). ‘We never expel a foreigner’ - globalism, interconnectivity and the experiment of the open society. Geopolitics, History and International Relations, 8(2), 64–75.
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This paper begins with Popper’s appeal to Pericles of Athens to illustrate the history and philosophy of a political principle of democracy and education that sustains the open society. It considers “globalism” as openness and proposes several dimenions of the concept of openness, before examining “Openness as Liberal Internationalism” and “Global Systems History”.
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