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(noun) the principle or aim of promoting unity among the world's Christian churches.

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ecumenicism
ecumenical



Perhaps we should celebrate the plurality of critical methods, adopt a tolerantly ecumenical posture and rejoice in our freedom from the tyranny of any single procedure

—p.198 Conclusion: Political Criticism (194) by Terry Eagleton
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It sets out as an ecumenical rallying force, embracing left-wing social democrats

on Aufstehen

—p.25 The New Sweden (5) by Göran Therborn
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He declared, first, that democracy was imperative for the ongoing thought-liberation campaign to steer China’s course towards modernization, and second, that ecumenical unity should take priority over efforts to clarify past mistakes.

Deng Xiaoping in 1978

—p.17 The CCP's Success Story? (5) by Chaohua Wang
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In his philosophy he practiced an ecumenicism that in a lesser mind would strike us as suspicious or even craven.

On Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

—p.39 Metaphysics in the Royal Society 1715-2010 (38) by Neal Stephenson
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2 years, 2 months ago


in dramatic contrast to the ecumenicism of an Addison or Steele

—p.37 by Terry Eagleton
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1 year, 8 months ago