Examples of pluralism in a Sentence
He spoke of the benefits of cultural pluralism.
She's a champion of pluralism.
Recent Examples of pluralism from the Web
The progressive possession of an indestructible moral purity, and their sneering dismissiveness of any rival framework, fundamentally reveals an impatience with, rather than a respect for, pluralism.
But America’s national symbols are too synonymous with democracy and pluralism to be readily appropriated by white nationalists.
The openness of the populists’ challenge to pluralism makes them much more dangerous than more covert enemies of democracy.
The question of Jewish pluralism becomes even more complicated in a global context.
The Aga Khan launched on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 a yearlong jubilee to mark his 60th anniversary leading the community, with a call for greater respect for pluralism in the Islamic world and action to reduce poverty.
It was seen at the time as a significant breakthrough in promoting religious pluralism in Israel, where ultra-Orthodox authorities govern almost every facet of Jewish life.
It was seen as a significant breakthrough in promoting religious pluralism in Israel, where the ultra-Orthodox authorities govern almost every facet of Jewish life.
The downside of the pluralism is that everything cycles through so much more quickly and feels so much more expendable.
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First Known Use of pluralism
PLURALISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pluralism for English Language Learners
: a situation in which people of different social classes, religions, races, etc., are together in a society but continue to have their different traditions and interests
: the belief that people of different social classes, religions, races, etc., should live together in a society
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