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In today's political conjuncture, Kant's cosmopolitan thinking stands in some unique relation to his notion of the sublime. The present paper aims to articulate (i) how the Kantian sublime is re-appropriated in analyses of the mediated images of social disasters in this century, (ii) how a cosmopolitan thinking can be registered as an aesthetic experience which restores the lost moral dimension of the classical sublime and lastly (iii) what constitutes the nature of this new cosmopolitandoi:10.4013/fsu.2013.142.01 fatcat:ctxf43bejrbithpfgw273rzatm