Paradox of Tolerance

The idea that in order to have true tolerance, one must be intolerant of the intolerant.

The paradox is about analyzing whether or not such intolerance is, in of itself, discrimination. (It is not)

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  • Universal Accessability

    Another form of universal accessability is the structure of social spaces. Social events have certain structures that are accomodating to the dominant ingroup and make them feel more comfortable. To make one ingroup feel welcome often means making changes that make another ingroup feel less welcome. This leads to the Paradox of Tolerance.