open society

NOUN
  1. a society that allows its members considerable freedom (as in a democracy)
    America's open society has made it an easy target for terrorists
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  • Logically implied by the idea of "the open society," so-called "multiculturalism" with its absolutization of diversity simultaneously negates the Enlightenment and Mill's concepts of "reason" and "civilization. Open Societies, Their Enemies and Multiculturalism
  • Before 2001, the U.S. had provided hundreds of millions of U.S. dollars in aid to Kyrgyzstan to advance its long-term democratic and economic development and to promote this country as a model of open society with democratic institutions and a market-based economy for all of Central Asia, which is also part of the Muslim world. The Kyrgyz Challenge
  • It goes to reinforce my jaded view that the media are a block to reasoned public debate, the open society, and education.
  • The difference with me is that I consider the defense of an open society to be the broader and more fundamental prerequisite of the defense of individual rights, without which formal liberty is impossible and meaningless- and I see a person who advocates a return to traditional society as calling for my enslavement is a much more spiritually substantial sense than someone who ‘merely’ advocates conscription or censorship. Women and the Invisible Fist
  • The idea that all these web producers and bloggers have to register with the government, having to pre-censor their content and being punishable by the Press and Publications Law will cause a major retraction to Jordan's standing as an open society. Daoud Kuttab: Electronic Media in Jordan Under Scrutiny
  • a genuinely open society
  • Apart from his celebrated writings on the 'open society' and its enemies, Karl Popper is chiefly known as a logician of science who has denied that science employs induction, and who has claimed that what demarcates science from nonscience, in particular metaphysics, is that scientists seek the truth by vigorously trying to falsify their theories. The Romantic Rationalist
  • Anyone seeking to justify academic selection on the grounds of a more open society is selling you a pup. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their common thread is the belief in a free and open society that readily shares information and knowledge to collectively improve on the world we live in.
  • I’ve always thought part of the beauty of living in an unopen society is one party rule -MA Think Progress » “A black Rush Limbaugh.”
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