The St Andrews Centre for Cosmopolitan Studies (formerly CASKE) exists to explore the implications and the possibilities of Cosmopolitanism, which is understood as compassing: the complexity of global social and cultural settings; the experience of the individual citizen; and the openness of a just society. The Centre promotes an egalitarian, existentially sensitive, social science which seeks to place individual experience at the centre of an appreciation of contemporary social and cultural milieux, for the purpose of adumbrating the ethical space of the citizen in a plural and fluid society.

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Recent Submissions

  • Testing freedom : ontological considerations 

    Wardle, Huon (2017-07-28) - Journal article
    Who or what can be free, or not free? The question may seem mind-boggling on close inspection. To the extent that meaning is defined through reference, or acts of naming, different meanings of freedom deployed in daily ...

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