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n a philosophy that recognizes ethnic diversity within a society and that encourages others to be enlightened by worthwhile contributions to society by those of diverse ethnic backgrounds.
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6) This included groups as wide ranging as traditional Catholic conservatives, calling for a return to pre-Quiet Revolution conceptions of the nation; groups with more republican aims, most notably those that promoted an absolutist form of secularism; cultural nationalists that sought more robust recognition of the contribution of the majority group in the formulation of a public culture; more civic-minded nationalists promoting a more traditional form of liberalism in which culture is relegated to a greater degree to the private sphere; and generally, sovereignists and autonomists that viewed cultural pluralism and accommodation practices as further instances of the imposition of Canadian values on Quebec.
In conclusion, it is important to appreciate the differences in perception of cultural phenomena from the perspective of cultural pluralism.
The challenge with linking the origins of cultural pluralism to Jewish intellectuals, specifically Horace Kallen, is the negative legacy of this paradigm.
religious, racial and cultural pluralism, used to enjoy tolerance and
Modernism in America, more than in Europe, resulted in the thriving of cultural pluralism, making it more pervasive and eventually influential, forging forms of a new American identity by summoning intellectual insurgency and artistic rebellion against traditional values.
He added that Turkey's Balkans policy was security for all countries, sustainability of high-level dialogue, increasing economic development and preserving cultural pluralism.
Conversely, others have seen Los Angeles as the cradle of economic liberty, feel-good entertainment, and cultural pluralism.
Cultural pluralism is a double-edged sword when women are expected to remain as the bearers of cultural, ethnic and racial identity above all else.
of Hull) examines the contemporary contexts of death: its predominant causes and patterns, globalization, diffuse boundaries between the public and private domains, secularization, and cultural pluralism.
1) These serious concerns of the western human rights opinions negate or at least reduce the possibilities of expression and articulation of cultural pluralism, the contesting idea of group differentiated rights and community as the focus of rights and justice.
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