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" A tradition is an argument extended through time in which certain fundamental agreements are defined and redefined in terms of two kinds of conflict: those with critics and enemies external to the tradition who reject... "
The Ulama in Contemporary Islam: Custodians of Change - Page 4
by Muhammad Qasim Zaman - 2002 - 293 pages
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Culture and Modernity: East-West Philosophic Perspectives

Eliot Deutsch - Philosophy - 1991 - 641 pages
...terms of two kinds of conflict: those with critics and enemies external to the tradition who reject all or at least key parts of those fundamental agreements,...be expressed and by whose progress a tradition is constituted."26 Given his or her commitment to tao, a Confucian thinker today would view those critical,...
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The American Search for Peace: Moral Reasoning, Religious Hope, and National ...

George Weigel, John Langan - Political Science - 1991 - 281 pages
...terms of two kinds of conflict: those with critics and enemies external to the tradition who reject all or at least key parts of those fundamental agreements,...be expressed and by whose progress a tradition is constituted."'2 It is possible to construe the modern debate about war as a debate between (at least)...
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The Moral Tradition of American Constitutionalism: A Theological Interpretation

Jefferson Powell, Professor of Law H Jefferson Powell - Political Science - 1993 - 296 pages
...redefined in terms of two kinds of conflict: those with critics and enemies external to the tradition . . . and those internal, interpretative debates through...be expressed and by whose progress a tradition is constituted."21 MacIntyre provides a shorter definition in After Virtue: "A living tradition then is...
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Perception, Empathy, and Judgment: An Inquiry into the Preconditions of ...

Arne Johan Vetlesen - Psychology - 1993 - 404 pages
...terms of two kinds of conflict: those with critics and enemies external to the tradition who reject all or at least key parts of those fundamental agreements,...be expressed and by whose progress a tradition is constituted" (WJ, 12) Given this definition of a tradition, there is no way to engage in the practices...
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Arguing the Apocalypse: A Theory of Millennial Rhetoric

Stephen D. O'Leary - Religion - 1998 - 314 pages
...those with critics and enemies external to the tradition who reject all or at least key parts of its fundamental agreements, and those internal, interpretative...be expressed and by whose progress a tradition is constituted.3 In proposing a rhetorical theory of apocalypse, this study viewed this discourse as "an...
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Action and Reflection in Teacher Education

Gareth Rees Harvard, Phil Hodkinson - Education - 1994 - 274 pages
...terms of two kinds of conflict: those with critics and enemies external to the tradition who reject all or at least key parts of those fundamental agreements, and those internal, 3Richardson's (1990) analysis of the evolution of reflective teaching and teacher education in the...
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An Education that Empowers: A Collection of Lectures in Memory of Lawrence ...

Jean Rudduck - Education - 1995 - 114 pages
...terms of two kinds of conflict: those with critics and enemies external to the tradition who reject all or at least key parts of those fundamental agreements,...be expressed and by whose progress a tradition is constituted. Such internal debates may on occasion destroy the basis of common fundamental agreement,...
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A Civil Tongue: Justice, Dialogue, and the Politics of Pluralism

Mark Kingwell - Philosophy - 1995 - 270 pages
...terms of two kinds of conflict: those with critics and enemies external to the tradition who reject all or at least key parts of those fundamental agreements, and those internal, interpretive debates through which the meaning and rationale of the fundamental agreements come to...
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Envisioning Magic

Peter Schäfer, Hans Hans Gerhard Kippenberg - Religion - 1997 - 281 pages
...terms of two kinds of conflict: those with critics and enemies external to the tradition who reject all or at least key parts of those fundamental agreements,...be expressed and by whose progress a tradition is constituted.5 R. Horton/R. Finnegan (eds.), Modes of Thought. Essays in Western and Non-Western Societies....
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Marriage After Modernity: Christian Marriage in Postmodern Times

Adrian Thatcher - Literary Collections - 1999 - 329 pages
...terms of two kinds of conflict: those with critics and enemies external to the tradition who reject all or at least key parts of those fundamental agreements,...and by whose progress a tradition is constituted.1 This definition is well suited to the task of charting a passage through the contemporary ferment which...
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