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This article consists of the transcript of a discussion by a number of men and women from various academic and professional backgrounds and religious traditions. Their discussion revolves around a number of significant and interrelated topics: the nature and practice of language (rhetoric in particular), human experience and knowledge, theology, values, justice, issues of truth in relation to the absolute and to cultural particularities, and the nature and practice of law.
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