freethinking


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Synonyms for freethinking

the doctrine that reason is the right basis for regulating conduct

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Wilberforce launched its "Force of Change" strategy at the National Alumni Conference in July, and the initiative continues to take shape with the new Board of Trustees leadership and a spirit of freethinking, entrepreneurship and purpose.
The five linked essays synthesize a wide range of European thought, he says, to further the cause of early Enlightenment freethinking.
A freethinking artist whom the island suffocates, Jadranaka flits between Rosmarina and the mainland, at home in neither space, while Magdalena clings to Rosmarina, sternly instructing its young.
What we reject with vehemence is any assault on these libertarian values that seek to constrain our liberal spaces, constrict freethinking, and circumscribe non- conformism that is the essence of the renewal and rejuvenation of the great human experiment.
What we reject with vehemence, is any assault on these libertarian values that seek to constrain our liberal spaces, constrict freethinking, and circumscribe non- conformism that is the essence of the renewal and rejuvenation of the great human experiment," he added.
Conversely, a social media campaign run by the American Humanist Association this summer found many freethinking nonbelievers were downright enthusiastic on the microblogging platform Tumblr.
While the plot theoretically revolves around the fall-out from a secret revealed by freethinking daughter of the house Sandra (Mia-Rose Muldoon), in reality it's as much if not more about her mother Betty.
Bulgaria's marginal conservative Order, Law and Justice (RZS) party declared that the Saturday meeting of NPSS had nothing to do with freethinking students and civic organizations.
It appeared to be a band of freethinking agnostics.
8 KRIS DAVIS, AERIOL PIANO (Clean Feed) A freethinking, gifted pianist on the scene, Davis lives in each note that she plays.
With their uncaring father struggling to cope following the institutionalisation of their mum, the five Moochmore sisters are left in the care of Collette's freethinking nanny, Shaz, who sets about convincing them their eccentricities are to be celebrated.
Our system doesn t really encourage freethinking," he said, adding: "It is true that today the US is the most creative and most dynamic economy.
THE STORY: In 1981, 11-year-old Hayat Shah, the sensitive only child of wealthy, secular Pakistani-American parents, finds his life turned upside down by his mother's freethinking but devout friend, Mina Ali, who flees Pakistan with her four-year-old son Imran and moves into the Shahs' suburban Milwaukee home.
In Utrinski Vesnik Erol Rizaov congratulates the president and prime minister on the shameful 94 spot in the world in conquering the media freedoms and a special thank you goes out for the opposition and its leader Branko Crvenkovski who raised his freethinking voice for stop to pressures exercised on the journalism and the media control.
WHEN a football manager is capable of debunking some of the game's laziest myths, you realise he must have the freethinking and clear vision to rise to the very top.