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Universidade Federal da Bahia

Instituto de Humanidades, Artes e Ciências Professor Milton Santos


Programa de Pós-Graduação em Relações Internacionais

Cosmopolitismo: teorias, instituições e práticas

Docentes: Profs. Denise Vitale, Daniel Peres e Renata Nagamine


Créditos:
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Metodologia e forma de avaliação


Esta disciplina compreenderá aulas expositivas, sendo requerida leitura prévia da
bibliografia, e seminários. O material indicado para leitura será fornecido em suporte
digital. A avaliação será composta por apresentação de seminário e trabalho final
(artigo). O trabalho final da disciplina deverá ter entre 10 e 15 páginas (Times New
Roman, 12, espaçamento entre linhas 1,5) e articular ao menos quatro títulos da
bibliografia, podendo ser teórico ou empírico.
O prazo para a entrega da primeira versão do trabalho final 30 de agosto de 2018.

Bibliografia

Aula 1 (13/4) Apresentação

Aula 2 (20/4) Introdução a Kant


Texto 1: Kant, I. Ideia de uma História Universal de um Ponto de Vista Cosmopolita,
São Paulo, Martins Fontes.
Texto 2: Kant, I. Paz Perpétua e outros opúsculos, Lisboa, Ed. 70.
Texto 3: Nour, Soraya. À Paz Perpétua de Kant: filosofia do direito internacional e das
relações internacionais. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2004.

Aula 3 (27/4) Cosmopolitismo em Kant


Texto 1: Nussbaum, Martha. Kant and Cosmopolitanism. In: Brown. G. e Held, David
(eds). The Cosmopolitanism Reader. Polity Press, 2010.
Texto 2: Brown, Garrett Wallace. Kant's Cosmopolitanism. In: Brown. G. e Held, David
(org.). The Cosmopolitanism Reader. Polity Press, 2010.
Texto 3: Kleingeld, P. Kant and Cosmopolitanism. Cambridge, 2012.
Aula 4 (4/5) Revistando as fundações modernas do cosmopolitismo a partir de
desafios contemporâneos: a contribuição de Hannah Arendt
Texto 1: Arendt, Hannah. Origins of Totalitarianism. San Diego-New York-London:
Harcourt Brace, 1979 (cap. 9).
Texto 2: Benhabib, Seyla. The Rights of Others: Aliens, Residents and Citizens.
Cambridge University Press, 2004 (cap. 2).
Texto 3: Benhabib, Seyla. The Philosophical Foundations of Cosmopolitan Norms. In
Another Cosmopolitanism. Oxford University Press, 2006.

Aula 5 (11/5) Revistando as fundações modernas do cosmopolitismo a partir de


desafios contemporâneos: a contribuição de Jürgen Habermas
Texto 1: Habermas, Jurgen. The Postnational Constellation and the Future of
Democracy. In: The Postnational Constellation: Political Essays. Cambridge, Mass.:
MIT Press, 2001 (p. 58-112).
Texto 2: Habermas, Jürgen. The Constitutionalization of International Law and the
Legitimation Problems of a Constitution for World Society. Constellations, v. 15, n. 4,
pp. 444-455, 2008.
Texto 3: Habermas, Jurgen. A Political Constitution for the Pluralist World Society? In:
Brown, Garrett Wallace; Held, David (orgs.). The Cosmopolitanism Reader. Malden:
Polity Press, 2010.

Aula 6 (18/5) a definir


Texto 1: Morsink, Johannes. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Origins,
Drafting and Intent. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999 (cap. 1 a 3).
Texto 2: Moyn, Samuel. Plural Cosmopolitanisms and the Origins of Human Rights. In:
Douzinas, Costa; Gearty, Conor (orgs.). The Meanings of Rights: The Philosophy and
Social Theory of Human Rights. Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Texto 3: a definir

Aula 7 (25/5) Justiça criminal em escala global: um debate político


Texto 1: Shklar, Judith. Legalism: An Essay on Law, Morals and Politics. Cambridge,
Mass: Harvard University Press, 1964 (pp. 1-28 e 113-221)
Texto 2: Arendt, Hannah. Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil.
New York: Penguin Books, 2006 (p. 234-279).
Texto 3: a definir Commented [RN1]: Dê, tenho dúvidas em relação a esta aula.
Eu gostaria, mas acho que faltou data para outras coisas,
especialmente para uma: uma discussão sobre categorias
Aula 8 (1/6) a definir concorrentes.

Texto 1: Beyani, Chaloka. Reconstituting the Universal: Human Rights as a Regional


Idea.
Texto 2: Simpson, Gerry. Atrocity, Law, Humanity: Punishing Human Rights Violators.
In: Douzinas, Costa; Gearty, Conor (orgs.). The Meanings of Rights: The Philosophy
and Social Theory of Human Rights. Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Texto 3: a defnir
Aula 9 (8/6) Direitos humanos, soberania e nacionalismos (15/05)
Texto 1: Jean Cohen L. International Human Rights, Sovereignty and Global
Governance: Toward a New Political Conception (cap. 3, pp. 159-222). In: Cohen, J.
Globalization and Sovereignty. Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Texto 2: Linklater, Andrew. The Problem of Citizenship. In: ____. Critical theory and
World Politics. Routledge, 2007, pp. 61-126.
Texto 4: Benhabib, Seyla Benhabib. Crises of the Republic: Transformations of State
Sovereignty and the Prospects of Democratic Citizenship. In: Appiah, Benhabib et al.
Justice, Governance, Cosmopolitanism, and the Politics of Difference. Berlim, 2007.

Aula 10 (15/6) Cosmopolitismo, Constitucionalismo e Estado Mundial?


Texto 1: Peters, Anne. The Merits of Global Constitutionalism. Indiana Journal of
Global Legal Studies, v. 16, n. 2, pp. 397-411, 2009.
Texto 2: Scheuerman, William E. Cosmopolitanism and the World State. Review of
International Studies, v. 40, pp. 419-441, 2014.
Texto 3: Balibar, Etienne. Citizenship of the World Revisited. In: Delanty, Gerard
(org.). Routledge Handbook of Cosmopolitan Studies. London-New York: Routledge,
2012.
Texto 4: Walker, Neil. Constitutionalism and the Incompletness: An Interative
Relationship. University of Edinburgh, School of Law, Working Paper Series 2010/25.

Aula 11 (22/6) Iterações democráticas e movimentos sociais transnacionais


Texto 1: Democratic Iterations: The Local, the National, and the Global. In: Benhabib,
Seyla et alli. Another Cosmopolitanism. Oxford University Press, 2006.
Texto 2: Benhabib, Seyla. The Future of Democratic Sovereignty and Transnational
Law: On Legal Utopianism and Democratic Skepticism. NYU School of Law, Straus
Working Paper 03/12.
Texto 3: Keck, Margaret; Sikkink, Kathryn. Activists beyond Borders: Advocacy
Networks in International Politics. Ithaca-London: Cornell University Press, 1998 (cap.
3).

Aula 13 (6/7) O ativismo cosmopolita


Texto 1: Tarrow, Sidney. The New Transnational Activism. Cambridge University
Press, 2005.
Texto 2: Tarrow, Sidney. Stranger at the Gates: Movements and States in Contentious
Politics. Cambridge University Press, 2012 (cap. 2).
Texto 3: Alonso, Angela. O abolicionista cosmopolita: Joaquim Nabuco e a rede
abolicionista transnacional. Novos Estudos, 88, pp. 55-70, 2010.

Aula 14 (13/7) Cosmopolitismo desde baixo: sócio-antropológicas


Texto 1: Appadurai, Arjun. The Future as a Cultural Fact: Essays on the Global
Condition. London-New York: Verso, 2013.
Texto 2: Abu-Lughod, Lila. The Interpretation of Culture(s) after Television.
Representations, n. 59, Special Issue, pp. 109-134, 1997.
Texto 3: Pait, Heloísa. Global Citizens or Faraway Viewers? São Paulo Residents Talk
about the 2006 Lebanon Conflict. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society,
v. 19, pp. 179-191, 2008.

Aula 15 (20/7) Reconfigurando o cosmopolitismo? Ambientalismo e governança


global
Texto 1: Valentine M. Moghadam, The Global Justice Movement. In:____.
Globalization and Social Movements. Rowman & Littlefield, 2009.
Texto 2: Brock, Gillian. A Cosmopolitan Model of Global Justice: The Basic
Framework. In: Global Justice: A Cosmopolitan Account. Oxford University Press,
2009.
Texto 3: Young, Oran. Governance for Sustainable Development in a World of Rising
Interdependencies. In: Oran, Young; Delmas, Magali. Governance for the Environment:
New Perspectives. Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Texo 4: Hayden, Patrick. The Environment, Global Justice and World Environmental
Citizenship. In: Brown. G. e Held, David (eds). The Cosmopolitanism Reader. Polity
Press, 2010.