Furedi, Frank
June 2012
Policy;Winter2012, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p30
Academic Journal
In this article, the author discusses the changes came in the meaning of tolerance in the modern world. He mentions that tolerance makes one of the most precious contributions of the Enlightenment movement to modern life and without which it is hard to imagine a free life. It is also important to live with one another in relative peace and to follow and act on conscience. He further discusses the meaning of tolerance in different centuries.


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