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|Tolerance is only another name for indifference. — W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM A |
public seminar audience got into a heated debate about what we should do if we'
re dealing with a customer who won't respond to reason. A financial consultant ...
|He argues that strengthening democracy requires that people “learn to think of |
one another as fellow citizens and to accord to one another the rights ... Gabriel
Moran believes that indifference could support tolerance only if people do not to
communicate with each other. ... This leads to the next key word which is '
|For Kavolis, tolerance was too important a moral and political phenomenon to be |
lightly reduced to theoretical curiosity ... and how to be a human individual,
tolerance has nothing to do with moral relativism and indifference to ethical
issues—it was ... and self, rests on the philosophical assumption that self-
discovery occurs only through the discovery of the Other. Tolerance is another
name for dialogue.
Hans Oberdiek - 2001 - 182 pages
|Why should Jill abandon the fullest expression of her own values just to tolerate |
Jack's giving expression to his? Tolerance starts ... About other subjects, and
occasionally religion as well, many people "slide toward indifference."5 That is,
|FISHER: So that not only is it argued that tolerance perhaps springs from |
indifference— in itself it propagates indifference, this is. ... fact that now people
are free to speak their own minds—to discuss everything—and that the result
may be to undermine other values. ... TREVOR-ROPER: Well I would like to use
the word “tolerance” and the concepts about which we are talking only in
connection with ideas.
Paul Ricoeur - 1996 - 219 pages
|How prevent the admission of truth of the other from feeding the arguments of |
indifference, that is if it argues? How restitute to ... The intolerable is only
problematic against the background of an acquired or a being acquired tolerance
. That which ... In the name of what do we denounce the intolerable? One has to
start with ...
|does not demonstrate that indifference should be equaled with the virtue of |
tolerance. In the first place, it does seem difficult to accept that being ignorant of a
phenomenon or just lacking interest in it should ... believes, you do not need the
attitude of toleration, any more than you do with regard to other people's taste for
John J. Oldfield - 1973 - 268 pages
|Either religion is accepted through faith or social disintegration and death ensue.|
2" Not only is religion necessary but this religion is ... Through the imposition of
tolerance, indifference, in fact, becomes the fundamental ideology of society. ...
Man is tolerant, argued the pastor, because opinions pertain to the conscience of
the individual; no one is safe from error; all must hold one another in mutual
Mehdi Amin Razavi, David Ambuel - 1997 - 284 pages
|On the contrary, although they may disapprove of what they tolerate, tolerant |
persons in this second type of case accept the ... understood as endurance,
whereas toleration in the second case is not equally compatible with these other
concepts. ... although they do not care for what they tolerate, they just do not care
enough about the persons whose behavior they ... In the first instance, the
tolerant person (in this restricted sense of the word) is indifferent toward those
whose behavior he ...
|a) intolerance: objection and rejection, bl) indifference: no objection and |
acceptance, b2) negative expediency: no objection and ... Intolerance is on this
account only one of several possibilities of not-tolerance. ... Another view of the
relationship between tolerance and intolerance is given by Crick (1971:69-70