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Recognition, Vulnerability and the International
Kate Schick

. Cosmopolitan education and the international In this section, I discuss cosmopolitan education, which is the prominent approach to thinking about pedagogy and the international. I focus in particular on Martha Nussbaum's influential account of cosmopolitan education, Cultivating Humanity: A Classical Defense of Reform in Liberal Education (Nussbaum 1997 ). I

in Recognition and Global Politics
Casper Sylvest

was essentially directed by practitioners. Thus, prevailing ideas about ‘liberal education’ and the English common law were mainly responsible for there being no legal education ‘worthy of its name’, as the Select Committee on Legal Education of 1846 phrased it.20 Nevertheless, follow­ing much debate on the question, legal education was increasingly structured along Continental lines, and law acquired a relatively safe haven in the newly revived universities, even if its status as a separate academic subject remained precarious. As part of this process, the subject

in British liberal internationalism, 1880–1930
Casper Sylvest

Britain in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries’, History of Historiography, 3 (1983), 3–27; Rosemary Jann, ‘From amateur to professional: the case of the Oxbridge historians’, Journal of British Studies, 22 (1983), 122–47; John Kenyon, The History Men (London, 1983), pp. 183–99; Phillippa Levine, The Amateur and the Professional (Cambridge, 1986); Peter R. H. Slee, Learning and a Liberal Education (Manchester, 1986). 6 Peter Mandler, History and National Life (London, 2002), p. 45. On the wider functions of history in politics and culture, see Olive

in British liberal internationalism, 1880–1930
The changing view of Germany in Anglo-American geopolitics
Lucian Ashworth

organiser is an expert in a particular field, knowing a lot within a very narrow band. In state politics the organisers are the strategists who know how to efficiently organise the resources of the state to achieve specific ends. Their strength over the idealists is their professional knowledge, but their weakness is their inability to see outside their narrow field. They also lack the broad liberal education of the idealists and are therefore not naturally democratic. ‘The great organizer is the great realist … his imagination turns to “ways and means” and not to elusive

in Prussians, Nazis and Peaceniks