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1 Robert Musil, ‘Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften‘, S. 16.

2 Judith Butler, ‘Die Macht der Gewaltlosigkeit’, Suhrkamp, 2020, S. 64.

3 Michael Nagler, ‘The Nonviolence Handbook‘, Pos. 203.

4 Mark Kurlansky: ‘Non-violenceThe History of a Dangerous Idea‘, p. 5.

5 Judith Butler, ‘Die Macht der Gewaltlosigkeit’, Suhrkamp, 2020, S. 125.

6 Ramin Jahanbegloo: ‘Nonviolence in the 21. Century. A matter of choicehttps://www.livemint.com/Opinion/sTMeT4KHl96MihH9f7cYbL/Nonviolence-in-the-21st-century-A-matter-of-choice.html

7Cosmopolitanism. A Public Culture Book‘, by Carol B. Brechenridge, Sheldon Pollock, Homi K. Bhabha, and Dipesh Chakrabarty, S. 12.

8 Kwame Anthony Appiah, ‘Der Kosmopolit‘, S. 17.

9 Seyla Benhabib, ‘Kosmopolitismus ohne Illusionen‘, pos. 209.

10Cosmopolitanism. A Public Culture Book‘, by Carol B. Brechenridge, Sheldon Pollock, Homi K. Bhabha, and Dipesh Chakrabarty, S. 6f.

11 Etienne Balibar, ‘Secularism and Cosmopolitanism. Critical Hypothesis on Religion and Politics‘, S. 22.

12 cited in: Arun Gandhi, ‘Wut ist ein Geschenk. Das Vermächtnis meines Großvaters Mahatma Gandhi‘, DuMont, 2019, p. 199 (cited from German edition; English edition: ‘The Gift of Anger: And Other Lessons from My Grandfather Mahatma Gandhi‘, DuMont, 2020).

13 Kwame Anthony Appiah, ‘Identitäten. Die Fiktion der Zugehörigkeit‘, S. 295.

14 Kwame Anthony Appiah, ‘Der Kosmopolit‘, S. 141.