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All steps forward toward a healthy pluralism, perhaps.
Ethnic diversity and cultural pluralism is an announced objective.
He said, "there has never been so much pluralism" among writers and what is being published.
They need to turn to non-violence and pluralism or another movement needs to be found.
The authors likewise discuss the questions of pluralism and assimilation.
Second, those who argue for pluralism should practice it.
He deplores the absence of even a basic conception of the common good in contemporary pluralism.
He says that the government is not just split between radicals and social democrats: its “pluralism is much greater”.
It brings together three things: pluralism, localism and voluntarism.
Democracy presupposes equality before the law, due process and political pluralism.
The business school has a long tradition of internationalism and pluralism.
Some of these autocracies allow more pluralism than others.
But when corruption is widespread, going only after opposition figures undermines pluralism.
These are not the sort to be moved by exhortations to pluralism from the founder.
Neither has it taken other steps to foster pluralism, say critics.
As well as preaching pluralism, the old state-backed outfits should practise it too.
It was, but in almost any direction other than towards the political pluralism that had then been deemed inevitable.
Over the next few centuries this slowly nurtured another, no less important, kind of pluralism.
Presently the treatment of minority groups in textbooks is undergoing a change toward the new concept of cultural pluralism.

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