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Few weeks ago, I learned in my anthropology class that cosmopolitanism is defined as an ideology that all human groups belong to a single community based on a shared morality. Rosabet Ross Kanter (1995), a professor at Harvard Business School, describes the people following that philosophy with two main characteristics. The most attractive values of cosmopolitanism are the emphases on peace over war and tolerance over conflict; thus, these components allows for better communication and better bridging over dissimilarities.

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