This concluding chapter discusses the implications on the inclusive potential of a particularist route to ethical cosmopolitanism. It explores variations on the morally constitutive community and studies the concepts of complex selves, dislocated communities, and connected critics. The last section in this chapter is devoted to the inclusion from an embedded cosmopolitan perspective and its promise, limits, and insights. Important lessons are taken from the previous chapters as well.
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