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You certainly don’t need to be a cosmopolitan to travel, but travel is an expression of cosmopolitan impulses. Travel at its best embodies the values expressed by the Roman playwright Terence: “I am a human being, I consider nothing that is human alien to me.” For travelers, the world is far more open than it was at any point in history. A cosmopolitan perspective permits that individual identities are not fixed and they are never simple.

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