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dialogue

[dī′əlog]
Etymology: L, dialogus, philosophic conversation
a complex form of computer-assisted instruction in which the student is actively engaged in "true conversation" with a computer.
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Has the idea of interreligious dialogue been challenged within the Muslim community?
Subsequent dialogue was no better: it turned out to be an opportunity to convert Jews without a pogrom and was followed by head shaking at the stubbornness of the Jews and prayers that we would someday see the truth.
Father Gruner at any rate concluded that Dupuis was an outright heretic, denying any need for conversion to Christianity, affirming that all religions are equal, and that Catholic dialogue with Hindus is just meant to "make a Hindu a better Hindu," and nothing more (Fatima Network News, June 30, 2004, p.
The dialogue of the gods theme, in which the protagonist visits Olympus, was equally popular with Renaissance readers (chapters 3 and 4).
The guide has helpful pointers to let that happen, ranging from defining the difference between dialogue and debate; giving examples of racial reconciliation from across the nation; to practical tips on getting started.
NYSE: THG), one the top 35 property and casualty insurers in the United States, has selected its Dialogue software as a common platform to streamline processes and enhance the company's ability to create complex insurance documents that are coordinated, consistent and build brand loyalty.
But in truth the history of Christian-Muslim relations, from its very beginnings until today, has simultaneously unfolded and continues to unfold along both of these major story lines--confrontation and conflict as well as dialogue and cooperation--sometimes running parallel and often intersecting.
My work in various dialogues has given me the opportunity to see that theologians tend to incorporate only those materials that seem to be readily adaptable to the dialogue taking place.
The first section consists of a long essay by Donald Gilman dealing with both the theory of dialogue in the sixteenth century and recent critical trends.
Blue North created the newsletter using Dialogue and developed a staggered production and distribution schedule in order to spread out costs throughout the year, and to time mailings to coincide with customer policy renewals.
To be fully successful, Jewish-Christian dialogue must potentially include traditionalists and liberals alike.
This original study, written with verve and conciseness, deserves to be read by all those interested in the cultural history of the Cinquecento because of the light it sheds on that history while it charts the development, or rather the devolution, of the dialogue from Castiglione's Cortegiano to Guarini's Segretario.