a changeable and alterable set of doctrines, ideas, or things; a system that is affected by outside influences
Routine panics, on the other hand, are the hallmark of an open society.
On the other hand, it was, in the words of Sebastian Köhn, an observer from the open society Institute, a “circus.”
Another chilling recipe for injustice and resentment by closing down the open society you seek to promote.
She was the first chairwoman of the open society Initiative for West Africa and the first female finance minister of Liberia.
It was in Budapest that he opened his first open society office in 1984.
On Thursday the administration lost another big case, Agency for International Development v. Alliance for open society.
This necessity sprang from the realization that even an open society must maintain areas of privacy or it is doomed.
What more can the secret society do for the intellectual or social training of the student than the open society?
French society is an open society; French manners are cosmopolitan manners.