Tolerance is generally regarded as a good thing. Just ask the United Nations, which recognizes November 16 as the International Day for Tolerance. To quote UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, "The United Nations promotes tolerance as a matter of its fundamental identity. When tolerance is upheld, we encourage the world to emulate those fine examples. When tolerance is threatened, we must speak out." But hang on. Did you spot the catch-22 in there?
This Book Keeps Poppin' Up
Can't Have One Without The Other
Karl Popper, Science, and Pseudoscience: Crash Course Philosophy #8
Written by Joanie Faletto September 8, 2017
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