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Pluralism denotes a diversity of views or stands rather than a single approach or method.

Pluralism or pluralist may refer to:

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Politics and law

Philosophy

  • Pluralism (philosophy), a doctrine according to which many basic substances make up reality
  • Pluralist school, a Greek school of pre-Socratic philosophers
  • Epistemological pluralism or methodological pluralism, the view that some phenomena require multiple methods to account for their nature
  • Value pluralism, the idea that several values may be equally correct and yet in conflict with each other

Religion

  • Religious pluralism, the acceptance of all religious paths as equally valid, promoting coexistence
  • Holding multiple ecclesiastical offices; see "Pluralism" at Benefice

Other uses

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