toleration


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a disposition to tolerate or accept people or situations

official recognition of the right of individuals to hold dissenting opinions (especially in religion)

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As described by Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt, Professors at Harvard University: mutual toleration is a norm according to which politicians in a democracy accept that their opponents are just as legitimate as they are; that partisan rivals are equally loyal citizens of the country.
Andrea Kowalchuk turns to Locke's Letter on Toleration as a necessary support for a regime of rights.
1649 - Maryland Toleration Act passed, allowing all freedom of worship
Our issue opens with a symposium on Andrew Jason Cohen's book Toleration. He makes a case for a classical liberal political order that is based on a principle of toleration inspired by John Stuart Mill's "harm principle" found in his 1859 classic On Liberty.
Of the newer essays included here, the most interesting is the last and longest, 'Donne, Milton, Spinoza and Toleration'.
And so we have gone full circle, we've gone away from liberty and gone toward toleration, and with toleration comes persecution and heresy trials and we're back into the dark ages before liberty in the United States.
Werth, The Tsar's Foreign Faiths: Toleration and the Fate of Religious Freedom in Imperial Russia.
Treating disagreement as a fact of contemporary pluralism, Langerak persuasively argues that mutual toleration is both theoretically justified and pragmatically appropriate when conflicting claims arise.
Most of us have moved on but there are some who mourn the past which does not pass and the word toleration does not exist.
The seminal works that define John Locke's philosophy were written while he was in exile: the Essay Concerning Human Understanding, (8) the Two Treatises of Civil Government (9) and the First Letter Concerning Toleration. (10) None were published until after the Revolution.
KUWAIT, Nov 16 (KUNA) -- The International Day of Tolerance is a great value that guarantees survival of humanity and protection of human rights through spreading and enhancing toleration, a senior official said on Sunday.
Remember Robert Francis QC reported on Mid Staff''s Hospital: Above all the Health Board failed to tackle an insidious negative culture involving a toleration of poor standards and a disengagement from management and leadership responsibilities.
A Letter Concerning Toleration. Ed., Kerry Walters.