The chapter begins lvith a frame that charts ho\v some bodies are made readable, analyzing the significance of visible classifications. It then explores how visibility and readability inform new theories of cosmopolitanism to analyse ho\v cosmopolitan dispositions are figured. Moving on, it details how too much visibility sets limits on the exchange-value that is attributed to particular bodies, exposing the constitutive limits of the cosmopolitan. This chapter is, therefore, not just about who can appropriate for their self-constitution but about who and what is appropriable; not only lvho is entitled, but who can bepropertized. As before, moral attribution underpins the forms of exchange. The chapter dra\vs on some empirical research findings to illuminate the points being made.