Patriotism And Cosmopolitanism Analysis

1057 Words 4 Pages
In every country or a single person has a feeling for both competition and cooperation with others. Mostly likely with two countries, such as United States or Russia, it always leads up towards competition, however hidden behind all these competition stories of ‘Which country has the most powerful military?’ or ‘Which country has the most advance technology that shook the world?’; There are some cooperation actions that improve the sustainability in people’s lives and safety. I agree that every country reach globalization as a connection to help others to understand in both cultures and their goals. In Martha Nussbaum’s essay, “Patriotism and Cosmopolitanism”, criticize on Richard Rorty’s article of how most of the US citizens are unpatriotic …show more content…
There are donations for earthquakes, hurricanes, and tsunamis from different countries. With a horrible moment crisis, the media could spread the news like wildfire and seeing the impact makes a person motivate themselves to help some people, who are in crisis (even though there is no connection who is helping), by donating. Donating could be in ranges such as clothing, food, and of course money. Not only some donations are temporary, there are some donations are set for longer in and out of the United States. Between the major countries with the most advance technology, communicate internationally to find new ways to get rid the most difficult diseases like cancer, AIDS, and virus. Even if people who aren’t donating outside the country, there is also some donations from the United States to ending food hunger to maintaining an art program in a public school. A donation meant a respect and a citizen to the …show more content…
However, able to understand on both globalization and cosmopolitanism, Americans need to connect with other cultures to get the sense the motivation of enjoying soccer. England is where soccer is originated, but the game spread throughout Asia, Europe, South America, Africa, and North America by learning the culture and rules of soccer. Even if United States aren’t fit towards the soccer culture; But in the Women’s FIFA World Cup, United States won the 2015 championship over Germany and Japan. Yet in the Olympics, there are many different sports that aren’t recognized in the United States and still a US athlete plays that sport because of understanding about through interests of the culture. Not every British person or Latino person is fully into soccer. Soccer is like a hobby, if the person enjoys it then it fits his or her personality. If not then move onwards to a different hobby that he or she might enjoy. With people from different countries enjoys the same hobby could understand how it feels to be a part of it. Back to Nussbaum, she proclaims that, “By conceding that a morally arbitrary boundary such as the boundary of the nation has a deep and formative role in our deliberations, we seem to be depriving ourselves of any principled way of arguing to citizens that they should in fact join hands across these other barriers”

Related Documents