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March 11, 1996

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Alvin Plantinga, a philosophy professor at Notre Dame, says that despite the surface discord, these electronic exchanges will ultimately help people from many religions understand the common ideas that bind them together. "One of the sustaining causes of religious disagreement has been the sense of strangeness, of pure unfamiliarity," he says. "The communications revolution will not wash out the important differences, but we will learn to grade our differences in order of importance." Rached Ghannouchi, an Arab philosopher from North Africa, argues in a Webzine called The Electronic Whip that it is imperative that the inhabitants of the small, networked village the world has become find a way to understand one another. "Otherwise," he says, rather apocalyptically, "we are all doomed to annihilation."


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Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1992; pg. 22. Bryan Adrian, "BTraven and His Circle of Friends," London: The Electronic Whip.

Rosenberg was politically radical from an early age and was a contributor to ''Die Neue Welt'' (''The New World''), a German [[socialist]] newspaper.<ref>Bryan Adrian, "B. Traven and His Circle of Friends," London: The Electronic Whip. Retrieved May 10, 2010. See footnotes,