How can education that stresses foundational values of Western political liberalism be integrated into professional schools that are in the forefront of globalizing modern knowledge and in constituting a global knowledge elite?
In short, an important direction in educational studies would be to investigate the risks and opportunities of multicultural, multinational education that can balance political liberalism with market interests and radically configure a kind of cosmopolitan horizon of limits.
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