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Cosmocitizenship
From ‘cosmos’ in Greek, meaning ‘world’ and ‘citizenship’. Cosmocitizenship means world citizenship. I coined this world in the mid-1990s as the synonym of cosmopolitanism. I used the term in several papers presented at professional conferences and in some of my publications.

“Diplobamacy and the Obama Doctrine: Democracy, Demographics, and Cosmocitizenship,”the title of a paper presented by Zekeh Gbotokuma at the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy (WCP) in Athens, Greece, August 4, 2013.
“AS I LOOK FORWARD TO CARRYING OUT REASONABLE DUTIES of my new citizenship, which also means cosmocitizenship … and as I look forward to enjoying its constitutionally unalienable rights; as I conclude the relatively less melodramatic stories about my journey from the “Heart of Darkness” (Joseph Conrad, 1899) to the “enlightened” world, so to speak, or from Kin Malebo, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), to “a shining city upon a hill,” as layman John Winthrop (1630) and President Ronald Reagan (1980-1988) called the USA, I am reminded of a tragic safari that took place about five hundred years ago, i.e., the Middle Passage” (From “Meditations on Global Immigration, the American Dream, Cosmocitizenship, and Netizenship,” first section of the Epilogue to Global Safari: Checking In and Checking Out in Pursuit of World Wisdoms, the American Dream, and ‘Cosmocitizenship,’ by Zekeh S. Gbotokuma. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015).
A cosmocitizen is a global citizens.
“Diplobamacy and the Obama Doctrine: Democracy, Demographics, and Cosmocitizenship,”the title of a paper presented by Zekeh Gbotokuma at the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy (WCP) in Athens, Greece, August 4, 2013.
“AS I LOOK FORWARD TO CARRYING OUT REASONABLE DUTIES of my new citizenship, which also means cosmocitizenship … and as I look forward to enjoying its constitutionally unalienable rights; as I conclude the relatively less melodramatic stories about my journey from the “Heart of Darkness” (Joseph Conrad, 1899) to the “enlightened” world, so to speak, or from Kin Malebo, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), to “a shining city upon a hill,” as layman John Winthrop (1630) and President Ronald Reagan (1980-1988) called the USA, I am reminded of a tragic safari that took place about five hundred years ago, i.e., the Middle Passage” (From “Meditations on Global Immigration, the American Dream, Cosmocitizenship, and Netizenship,” first section of the Epilogue to Global Safari: Checking In and Checking Out in Pursuit of World Wisdoms, the American Dream, and ‘Cosmocitizenship,’ by Zekeh S. Gbotokuma. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015).
A cosmocitizen is a global citizens.
by Cosmocitizen June 18, 2018
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