Toleration is much discussed for many reasons, some obvious, some less so. Historically, of course, it was classical liberals that began the push for toleration of differing religions. More recently, debates have shifted to discussing cultural toleration. Theology plays a role in both. Given these facts, in this subcategory are many items about toleration and religion, culture, and theology. And more.
- The Concept of Toleration (84)
- Defenses of Toleration (98)
- Toleration in Normative Theories (428)
- Toleration in Applied Ethics (170)
- History: Toleration (193)
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David Bourget (Western Ontario)
David Chalmers (ANU, NYU)
Rafael De Clercq
Jack Alan Reynolds
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