Articles by T.W.S. Hunt
By T.W.S. Hunt
February 22, 2017
Author T.W.S. Hunt reflects on the true nature of pluralism as a tool to navigate difference within both society and literature.
It’s the kind of pluralism that can eventually – through constructive exposure and real debate, not just polite dialogue – help navigate society through our differences rather than around them (or into them) When we are public about our private faith – whether as Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, Christians or Jews – we not only disclose rather than enclose our differences, but we allow people the opportunity to openly disagree with us (whether that’s about our theology, ethics, or identity)