Patriotism and cosmopolitanism

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Patriotism and cosmopolitanism

  1. 1. PATRIOTISM ANDCOSMOPOLITANISM
  2. 2. Patriotism Patriotism - love of country, a sense of specialcloseness to the people, which is theimmediate sphere of life of the individual.Every decent and reasonable person wants tosee the country prosperous, secure, fast andsecure.
  3. 3.  At the heart of patriotism is love for theFatherland, the historical right of the people topreserve their national and state identity.
  4. 4. Types of patriotism polis patriotism imperial patriotism ethnic patriotism state patriotism jingoistic patriotism
  5. 5.  In the Roman Empire patriotism existed in theform of local polis patriotism and imperialpatriotism. Polis patriotism supported byvarious local religious cults.
  6. 6. Cosmopolitanism Cosmopolitanism originated in ancient Greece,the idea of ​​world citizenship has expressedSocrates, but for the first time declared himself"cosmopolitan" Diogenes.
  7. 7.  While cosmopolitanism developed in theteachings of the Cynics, a strong impetus forthis was the Peloponnesian War led to anegative view of patriotism.
  8. 8.  In the Middle Ages cosmopolitanism wasreligious in nature and viewed the CatholicChurch in an effort to create a papal theocracy,but did not develop a theoretical level. Sincethe XVI century cosmopolitanism ispredominantly secular.
  9. 9.  In 1544, Guillaume Bed reinventing the term"cosmopolitanism", putting in it is not heavenand earth sense, imagining a world state as asupranational and non-religious brotherhood.
  10. 10. PRESENTATIONS WEREMADE BY MARGARITAMEDVEDEVA

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