4 edition of Universality and History: Foundations of Core found in the catalog.
March 28, 2002 by University Press of America .
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Organized around the broad theme of Universality and History, participants were invited, first, to address the first term in that title, 'Universality,' by entering the ongoing debate about whether core texts --be they great books, classics of many different cultures, or simply works used for a brief period of time within liberal and general Format: Paperback.
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An historical overview of Leininger’s Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality also known as the Culture Care Theory (CCT) and evolution of the Sunrise Enabler are presented along with descriptions of the theory purpose, goal, tenets, basic assumptions, major core constructs, and orientational by: 2.
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The American church has become and is continuously becoming more and more pragmatic. At times this is as innocent as a change in musical style, but in many cases, the church has become so similar to the world around her in doctrine and practice that she has blended into secular culture to the point of ironically lacking relevancy/5.
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This idea was reflected in a recent statement made by the immediate past United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan that suggested that ideals of tolerance and mercy have always and in all cultures been ideals of government rule and human behaviour.
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By emphasizing that these values are applicable on all scales, he underscores their universality. Later philosophers have both critiqued The Republic and refined its precepts as foundations for. Leininger’s theory of Transcultural care diversity and universality is the theory focusing on transcultural diversity.
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