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Synonyms for open-mindedness

ready acceptance of often new suggestions, ideas, influences, or opinions

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DigitalRoute is built on the core values of Expertise, Open-Mindedness and Commitment.
Like the learned historian and scholar that he is, Casey decided to devote the same energy and open-mindedness into researching the viewpoint that Oswald acted alone.
He said: "It demands a lot of open-mindedness, patience and tolerance for new ways and it demands for everyone to be on the same page.
The meetings were conducted in an atmosphere of mutual respect and a spirit of open-mindedness and broad understanding of the realities and issues.
The researchers used several questions from an often-used and validated psychological test to determine open-mindedness.
Dan was selected as a Congress-Bundestag scholar due to his demonstrated academic qualifications, cultural open-mindedness and motivation.
This idea relies on research that shows a negative correlation between political conservatism and the traits of open-mindedness and critical reflection.
She represents a liberal perspective inspired more by the tradition of American progressives than French postmodernists; the author is strongly influenced by Dewey, and his ideas of play as fostering curiosity, flexibility, open-mindedness, and earnestness.
The doors and windows reminded me of the open-mindedness and the freedom to practise all religions in Bahrain.
It is that enthusiasm and open-mindedness that make all the difference to Teesside.
Former Foreign Minister Slobodan Casule says Macedonia with this initiative show s open-mindedness which is a guarantee for the international community that we are still serious as regards the name issue.
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He also pointed out that the defunct distinguished himself by his open-mindedness and his action to entrench pluralism in Tunisia.
Aridi hailed the political views of the founder of the Progressive Socialist Party, who he said called for national unity, dialogue, and open-mindedness, lamenting his death at a time when the country is "in great need of the likes of this large man.
From our politicians we need open-mindedness, more rationality, less emotion and less religiosity and an end to alarmist propaganda and attempts to frighten us and our children" - Lord Turnbull, former Cabinet secretary, on what he regards as the failure to challenge the global warming lobby.