Find Common Ground
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by John J. Drummond
This methodological difference has its roots in more substantive differences, for at least some ofthis failure to find common ground arose no doubt as a consequence ofthe fact ...
by George Thomas Kurian, Mark A. Lamport
The establishment of common ground might seem, on the surface, to be an excellent idea; however, as Christian educators seek to find common ground, they are giving up the very groundedness that defines our faith. A religiously pluralistic ...
Global Women's Issues and Knowledge by Cheris Kramarae, Dale Spender
The need to find common ground among women to establish priorities poses many challenges. Feminist ideologies, theories, and practices are not yet adequate to mediate long-standing but often unacknowledged strains that are rooted in ...
Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety: The body, health care, management and policy, tools and approaches (1998)
by Jeanne Mager Stellman
find common ground so that an agreement can be reached and perhaps make findings of fact. The conciliator does not, however, present formal proposals to resolve the dispute (although in practice such a passive role is seldom adopted).
by D. C. Phillips
human beings in fact have in common, revealing this not in terms of some set of developmental characteristics but rather in terms of a virtuous aspiration: the aspiration to find common ground with others while acknowledging the uncommon.
Nelson's Encyclopaedia (1913)
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By the application of 'Doppler's principle," the spectroscope has been made available for determining the radial movements of celestial objects, and in this novel research astrometry and astro- §hysics find common ground. The irect use of the ...
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