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pluralism in Religion topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpluralismplu‧ral‧is‧m /ˈplʊərəlɪzəm $ ˈplʊr-/ noun [uncountable] formal  RRwhen people of many different races, religions, and political beliefs live together in the same society, or the belief that this can happen successfully a nation characterized by cultural pluralismpluralist noun [countable]pluralistic /ˌplʊərəˈlɪstɪk◂ $ ˌplʊr-/pluralist adjective a pluralist society
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pluralismOn the Internet modernity and pluralism go hand in hand.Indeed many other art-historical givens have been rendered obsolete by pluralism and cultural diversity.Institutions for change Rural development demands institutional pluralism and democratic participation.It is in fact not a doctrine of neutrality but of moral pluralism.His confidants are throwbacks to the past, lukewarm at best to economic and political pluralism.This epoch was to pass after Adams's presidency into a period of romantic pluralism at the beginning of the nineteenth century.But how was this pluralism to be embodied in the electoral process?cultural pluralismThe overall social and political project is the creation of a harmonious, democratic cultural pluralism, a healthy cultural diversity.The new policy of openness has led to the abolition of censorship and to a welcome return to Leninist cultural pluralism.