Where formal and customary law coexist pluralistically
, custom has proved the more flexible of the two and may be invoked to unite customary and formal land holding.
In my reading, the alleged ambiguity of the Dalai Lama's virtue ethics is in fact characteristically Buddhist in that it pluralistically
addresses a variety of agents in diverse contexts, at different stages of moral development and with distinct levels of commitment.
My discussion in Part II sets the stage for my exploration in Part III of how, in contrast to mainstream American gay and lesbian advocates, a number of religious folk have acted in a more queer-friendly manner by arguing for different understandings and implementations of human dignity (and its conceptual cognates, e.g., minority rights, toleration, etc.), namely ones that are jurisgenerative and pluralistically
Rather than being manipulated by religious and theological thinking, literature here turns the tables by showing theology how to think creatively and pluralistically
Since 2000 he is (pluralistically
) the director of Center of retraining and in-plant training of teachers of technical higher educational establishments of the III-IV levels of accreditation by system of International society of engineering pedagogics.
That which is pluralistically
defined or determined by the individual journalists themselves.
Imminent naturalists' recognition of their own faith will allow them to form coalitions with pluralistically
A third critical systems tradition deals with the methodological limitations and inevitable problems of selectivity in thinking holistically and interconnectedly, and being pluralistically
In politics, especially, which is often a discourse of confrontation and battle, how likely is dissociation of concepts to be used pluralistically
, versus agonistically?
Clearly, the study of international relations cannot fully follow Dada, which had "no programme, it was against all programmes." (88) It can, however, avoid unnecessary constraints that prejudge, marginalize, bias, and prioritize, reproducing approaches to the discipline that do not reflect the legitimacy and consensus derived from people and everyday lives, which any organization or institution should democratically and pluralistically
reflect and guarantee.
Rather than viewing intelligence as a monolithic entity, Gardner (1999) argued that intelligence is best viewed pluralistically
(e.g., visual/spatial, musical, verbal, logical/mathematical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and bodily/kinesthetic).
In this view, an absolute center does not exist, but only a pluralism of relative centers distributed throughout a kind of "mega-verse." However, the reason for the formation of these separate kosmoi remains a lacuna, since the atomist theory of motion in the "vortex" does not seem to provide any internal regulatory reason why the universe would be constructed pluralistically
; and one may pose the question that if each center is relative, what is it relative to if not to one absolute center?