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Such religious pluralism typified all ancient cities. Christianity Today (2000)It is a world of religious pluralism. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Religious pluralism is a vital aspect of a free society but it only flourishes when all learn how to live together. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Cultural pluralism had been a minor movement in the history of the American academic and literary intelligentsia. Postethnic America: Beyond Multiculturalism (1995)What he did not address was the notion of movement towards political pluralism in any form, at any time. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The third is political pluralism. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The pluralism of American society is a potent force for Western values. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Based on their own experience in a society that is highly tolerant of religious diversity, these theorists have focused on religious pluralism rather than religious domination. Sociology (1995)But a healthy society requires a pluralism of leadership groups with different values, different priorities, different "styles. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)
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British English: pluralism NOUN
If there is pluralism within a society, it has many different groups and political parties.
...as the country shifts towards political pluralism.
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