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Straight Paths-2 A Conversation On Religious Pluralism

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This chapter discusses the religious pluralism and, in terms of meaning, religious pluralism has differences with the pluralism one can find in philosophy. The history of rationality in human societies, the insights human beings have gained into rationality, its twists and turns throughout the course of history, the errors it has fallen into, the impasses it has faced, the antinomies it has generated, the irresolvable disputes that have arisen over the years, and the discoveries that have been made concerning cause and reason have, all in all, rendered people more aware of the truth of rationality, its historicity and its capabilities. Imitative believers, who are in the majority, become attached to a particular religion without amending or refi ning the assumptions and foundations that underpin the comprehension of religion.

Keywords: human societies; religious pluralism

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