cosmopolitanism

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Patriotism and internationalism or cosmopolitanism are two opposites.

There were not a few touches of cosmopolitanism suggestive of that gathering.

She had about her something that Clancy could not define, and which was cosmopolitanism, worldliness.

As for that cosmopolitanism for which you censure him, we do not agree there; it is just that which interests me in him.

You remember the morning when you were so gay, and when you gave me the theory of your cosmopolitanism?

And the cosmopolitanism of the streets is still more marked.

But the precise point I am dealing with is their theory of cosmopolitanism.

This is where the cosmopolitanism of our radical group is a poor guide for action.

Yet even they had been affected by the cosmopolitanism of the time.

The Hellenistic age was characterized, in the first place, by cosmopolitanism.

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