4.4 Behavioural Requirements for Peaceful Pluralism

This page is part of the Repository Contents Listing

4.4.1      Attitudes Required for Peaceful Pluralism

4.4.2      Socially-Acceptable Behaviour

4.4.3      Moral Influence on Socially-Acceptable Behaviour

4.4.4      Resolving Apparent Contradictions

4.4.4.1   Latitude within Religious Texts
4.4.4.2   A Permission is not an Instruction
4.4.4.3   Personal Responsibility for Conflict Resolution

4.4.5      The Potential for Ethnic Conflict

4.4.5.1   Group Identity – Solidarity and Opposition
4.4.5.2   Ethnic Divisiveness: Fomenting Hostility

4.4.6      The Practice of Free Speech in a Pluralist Society

4.4.6.1   The Need for Free Speech
4.4.6.2   Trying to Convert Other People
4.4.6.3   Humour and the Freedom to Satirise
4.4.6.4   Divisive Language, Labelling and Demonisation
4.4.6.5   Moral Pressure to Suppress Divisive Language

4.4.7      Inclusivity in the Moral Dimension

4.4.7.1   Educating Children about Socially-Acceptable Behaviour
4.4.7.2   Friendly Interaction
4.4.7.3   Use of Moral Influence to Combat Divisiveness

Comment: