open-mindedness


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Synonyms for open-mindedness

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

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Caption: Cheesewright: Open-mindedness to diversity is a big competitive edge
Open-mindedness, Cohen-Cole argues, was the centrist sweet spot between Communism on the left and McCarthyism and other authoritarian conservative movements on the right.
Careers led in the public eye by people who are supposed to be role models are exempt from such open-mindedness.
In a similar speech, Dr Al-Tayeb said that thousands of students from all over the world attend Al-Azhar where they are taught the merits of open-mindedness, lack of prejudice, lack of bias, and respect for others' faiths, creeds, and values.
Others attribute the changing landscape to open-mindedness of younger people.
PwC has identified increasing diversity at all levels as a key priority and the firm runs a range of initiatives to encourage open-mindedness across its workforce, as well as supporting local employment opportunities.
Open-Mindedness in the Bible and Beyond: A Volume of Studies in Honour of Bob Becking
It was heartening to see the leaders of the three civil society groups behind the Yes Equality Campaign: The ICCL, Gay and Lesbain Equality, and Marriage Equality, and the co-directors thank voters yesterday for their courage, open-mindedness and solidarity in the landmark referendum.
is nal round of grants shows the diversity of projects which need support, but also the ambition and open-mindedness of cathedrals when it comes to making themselves the centres of their communities.
This is proof that change can happen anywhere, as it has happened in Germany, where racism has been replaced by open-mindedness," he said.
org models open-mindedness, respect for the complexity of truth, and respect for the sincerity of people on both sides of controversial issues.
A MAN who should be applauded for his wisdom and open-mindedness this week is the gentle Ashfad Patel, imam of Blackpool's Central Mosque.
Both talented and committed, true to her African beauty, and showing a great curiosity and open-mindedness in her career choices, Lupita is by essence the Lancome woman," stated Francoise Lehmann, general manager of Lancome International.
Some of the people I talked to during my visit invoked specifically nomadic traditions of hospitality and open-mindedness when explaining the accommodation of different religious communities in Kazakhstan today," Mr.
It will bring books from different subjects of life at one place and will develop open-mindedness, enlightenment and a general sense about culture and society.