What Do We Have in Common?

December 2010
Alberta Views;Dec2010, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p4
The author reflects on the contradiction of culture protecting the differences among the people in Canada. The author notes the definition of culture as the ways of living established by human beings transmitted from one generation to the next. The author considers culture as the shared assumptions on what is good and true. The author also agrees the truth of institutions' protection to difference.


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