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Sunday, April 16, 2006 

The Case for Contamination, by Kwame Anthony Appiah

Is it true that gobalization destroys cultural differences? A New York Times Magazine article by Princeton University philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah argues against the cult of traditions and identities and for cosmopolitanism. This 7,000-word article is available online.

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