By Leo Tolstoy
A Confession — an essay by means of Leo Tolstoy on his non secular concepts — exhibits the nice writer in strategy of trying to find solutions to profound questions that difficulty all who take them on: "What will come of my life?" and "What is the that means of life?": those are questions whose solutions have been an absolute requirement for Tolstoy. during the essay, Tolstoy exhibits diverse makes an attempt to discover solutions at the examples of technological know-how, philosophy, jap knowledge and the critiques of his fellow novelists. . . . discovering no achievable resolution in any of those, Tolstoy acknowledges the deep spiritual convictions of normal humans as containing the most important to real solutions.
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The argument will stress that the challenges presented by non-Christian faiths call into question some of the taken-for-granted assumptions about relations between the state and the nation. This dimension is entirely missing from current debates about 'the state we're in' (Hutton 1995) but it is actually a crucial aspect of the forces of social integration and social exclusion. Chaplaincy, chaplains, chapels and other faiths The current arrangements for providing the inmates of prisons in England and Wales with pastoral and religious care have evolved from earlier types of prison regimes in which the Christian religion was dominant and Church of England clergy were the only chaplains.
So, we made sure that we collected information from all these interested parties. And we did so by means of several conventional methods: interviews; questionnaires; analysis of official documents and background literature; on-site observation. Equally important to the triangulation strategy was the attempt to ask respondents and informants from all groups to comment on the same issues. In this way, we were able to piece together a sort of Cubist picture Equal opportunities and multiculturalism in prisons 19 of what some common situations look like to actors standing in different relations to them, although it was sometimes virtually impossible to recognise that informants from different groups were actually talking about the same thing.