REVIEW ABOUT COSMOPOLITAN APPROACH
The resulting proposal protects a cosmopolitan federation connected with self-governing polities with porous edges, articulated through an significantly dense net of world wide institutions. This cosmopolitan horizon involves the reconceptualization of some central regions of the international system: It entails a workable conception of human rights, a new post-Wesphalian conception of sovereignty, the actual reformulation of democratic legitimacy, member’s program and admission policies, plus a new role for global civil society inside institutionalization of these reformulations. These aspects is going to be examined in closer detail inside following sections.
Seyla Benhabib will be the Eugene Meyer Professor connected with Political Science and School of thought at Yale University. Her work towards global justice is mostly related to the conditions for just membership in a global order and with all the consequent transformations of citizenship in a post-Westphalian conception of sovereignty. Benhabib’s work responds towards the challenge of defending a good articulate balance between unity and diversity inside political organization of human being coexistence, and faces this through a cosmopolitan approach that intends to go beyond interventionism and not caring.