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a social organization in which diversity of racial or religious or ethnic or cultural groups is tolerated

the doctrine that reality consists of several basic substances or elements

the practice of one person holding more than one benefice at a time

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In the most difficult days of the war siege and the starvation of the city, the citizens of Sarajevo retained their dignity and pluralistic worldview.
She said that legal and constitutional discrimination and hate speeches against the religious minorities must be stopped to make Pakistan a pluralistic society.
Bashir demanded that the legal and constitutional discrimination and hate speeches against the religious minorities must stop to make Pakistan a pluralistic society.
This seminar took place in Namibia in 1991 and led to the adoption of the Windhoek Declaration on Promoting Independent and Pluralistic Media.
In 1985, in her Eleanor Clarke Slagle lecture, Mosey (for whom this lecture is dedicated) proposed that the profession adopt a pluralistic perspective that acknowledges that occupational therapists may use a variety of interventions to meet their clients' needs.
They also participated in a prayer service led by the Women of the Wall movement after the protest and then conducted a pluralistic Minyan (a communal service traditionally requiring 10 Jewish men).
The Movement is rooted in its commitment to live the pluralistic spirituality both in vision and action.
Editors Cooper and Dryden present a volume for trainees and current practitioners regarding pluralistic practice in psychotherapy and counseling.
By pointing to the implicit consensus reached by all Supreme Court Justices, I argue Obergefell manifests the state's pluralistic obligation to ensure a plural and diverse society.
Our pluralistic character has stood the test of time.
In between, we get seven chapters of North Atlantic intellectual history that attempt to show how James "did not just speak to the late nineteenth century, or the early phase of modernity, but also to the broader stretch of the twentieth century" (11); we are also offered five chapters by philosophers that attempt, with varying degrees of success, to offer fresh interpretations of A Pluralistic Universe.
Wolfgang Huber, Christian Responsibility and Communicative Freedom: A Challenge for the Future of Pluralistic Societies--Collected Essays.
But the dominance of Lee's People's Action Party symbolized Lee's rejection of western pluralistic democracy and free expression.
2 of A Constructive Christian Theology for the Pluralistic World.
CARTHAGE (TAP) - Programme Director at Article 19 organisation David Diaz-Jogeix underlined the importance of a pluralistic media landscape that meets the aspirations of Tunisians and supports the sector's reform.