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„[...] which, nourished first by the civilisations of Greece and Rome, characterised by spiritual impulse always present in its heritage, and by the philosophical currents of the Christianity, the Renaissance and the Enlightenment [...] Believing that reunited Europe will ever base on fundamental values, as tolerance and human dignity, which are the values of those who believe in God as the source of truth, justice, good and beauty, and of those who do not share such a belief, but respect these universal values arising from other sources [...]“;

— von den maltesischen Delegierten P. Seracino Inglott, M. Frendo und J. Inguanez: „[...] which, nourished first by the civilisations of Greece and Rome, characterised by spiritual impulse always present in its heritage, notably Judaeo-Christian, and later by the philosophical currents of the Renaissance and the Enlightenment, has embedded within the life of society its perception of the central role of the human person and its inviolable and inalienable rights, and of respect for law, freedom of conscience and belief in God";

— von MdEP J. Würmeling u.a.: „Drawing inspiration from the cultural, judeo-christian and humanist inheritance of Europe, which, nourished first by the civilisations of Greece and Rome, characterised by spiritual impulse always present in its heritage and later by the philosophical currents of the Enlightenment, has embedded within the life of society its perception of the central role of the human person and its inviolable and inalienable rights, and of respect for law, respecting conscience and belief in God";

„... which, nourished first by the civilisations of Greece and Rome, characterised by spiritual impulse always present in its heritage, and by the philosophical currents of the Christianity, the Renaissance and the Enlightenment [...] Believing that reunited Europe will ever base on fundamental values, as tolerance and human dignity, which are the values of those who believe in God as the source of truth, justice, good and beauty, and of those who do not share such a belief, but respect these universal values arising from other sources ...“;

— von den maltesischen Delegierten Peter Seracino Inglott, Michael Frendo und John Inguanez:

„[...] which, nourished first by the civilisations of Greece and Rome, characterised by spiritual impulse always present in its heritage, notably Judaeo-Christian, and later by the philosophical currents of the Renaissance and the Enlightenment, has embedded within the life of society its perception of the central role of the human person and its inviolable and inalienable rights, and of respect for law, freedom of conscience and belief in God";

— von MdEP Joachim Würmeling u.a.:

„Drawing inspiration from the cultural, judeo-christian and humanist inheritance of Europe, which, nourished first by the civilisations of Greece and Rome, characterised by spiritual impulse always present in its heritage and later by the philosophical currents of the Enlightenment, has embedded within the life of society its perception of the central role of the human person and its inviolable and inalienable rights, and of respect for law, respecting conscience and belief in God";

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