The late philosopher and intellectual historian Sir Isaiah Berlin (1909-1997), one of the most prominent political thinkers of the 20th century, made an important statement about what has become known as 'Multiculturalism':
We are urged to look upon life as affording a plurality of values,
equally ultimate, above all equally objective; incapable, therefore,
of being ordered in a timeless hierarchy, or judged in terms of some
one absolute standard.
He distinguishes such pluralism from relativism, which holds that different cultures have tastes or attitudes that are not objectively valid. …
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