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Cosmopolis, Greek for “universe city” or “order city”, (plural: cosmopoleis) may refer to:
- Cosmopolis (novel), a 2003 novel by Don DeLillo
- Cosmopolis (film), a 2012 film by David Cronenberg based on the DeLillo novel
- Cosmopolis, a 1892 novel by Paul Bourget
- Cosmopolis, Washington, a city in the United States
- Cosmopolis XXI, a planned Russian vehicle that is billed as a space tourism vehicle
- Cosmópolis, a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil
- Cosmopolis, the fictional city in which the TV series Mission Hill is set
- Cosmopolis, a musical work by Elias Breeskin
- Cosmopolis, a fictional universe-wide magazine employed by novelist Jack Vance
- Cosmopolis: A Literary Review, a defunct multilingual literary magazine published in London, Paris, Berlin, and Saint Petersburg from 1896 to 1898
- Cosmopolis: The Hidden Agenda of Modernity, a book by Stephen Toulmin
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