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The Jewish Ethical Tradition in the Modern University
Proposes an interpretation of pluralism and multiculturalism that separates these concepts from the notions of relativism. Asserts that the inclusion of formerly excluded cultural traditions such as Judaism in North American universities has been a give-and-take enterprise. (SLD)
Author/Creator: Novak, David
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Education
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Theme issue titled "Relativism and Pluralism." This article previously appeared in "ARC: The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies." McGill University, v26 p125-39. Version of a paper presented as the Inaugural Lecture for the Shiff Chair of Jewish Studies at the University of Toronto (September 1997).
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