Religious pluralism and amity: The way forward
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Sri Lanka, April 7 -- At the mere mention of the word 'pluralism', a lay person might not instantly recognize its meaning. To many, the term may sound foreign, but it is very much embedded within all of us, and we are oblivious to it at times. The concept of pluralism is attributed to engaging with the many differences and idiosyncrasies that we witness around us and branches out to various other segments such as cultural pluralism, philosophical pluralism, linguistic pluralism and gender pluralism to name a few. To engage in pluralism is, therefore, to attempt to understand and appreciate how the other is different from you and me. Therefore, all groups should have the space to express themselves, have freedom of expression, religion and...
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