The Pluralist Constellation
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 1995 Spring; 4(2): 197-206.
...Although it may be that our biology and language are in a significant sense against us, it is important to remember the sense in which they are with us. To capitalize on those aspects of our constitutions that are social and dialogical, and to address those questions upon which our shared fate depends, this society needs to produce more occasions for fruitful conversation and to produce people capable of participating in such conversation. That, at any rate, is how things look in the light of what I have called the pluralist constellation.
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