Difference between revisions of "Tolerance"

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The concept of tolerance often applies to areas of politics, cultural differences, or religious practices.
 
The concept of tolerance often applies to areas of politics, cultural differences, or religious practices.
  
Liberals offen incorectly define tolerance as not saying anything that might offend someone else (especialy a minority.) This view is actualy contradictory to tolerance, i.e. people should ''tolerate'' the views expressed by others.
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[[Liberals]] often incorrectly define tolerance as not saying anything that might offend someone else (especially a minority.) This view is actually contradictory to tolerance, i.e. people should ''tolerate'' the views expressed by others.

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Template:Stub Tolerance refers to the attitude and practice of accepting views that differ from one's own. It is often used in the context of allowing those with minority opinions to express their views, even if they go against the accepted standards established by the majority.

The concept of tolerance often applies to areas of politics, cultural differences, or religious practices.

Liberals often incorrectly define tolerance as not saying anything that might offend someone else (especially a minority.) This view is actually contradictory to tolerance, i.e. people should tolerate the views expressed by others.