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Definition of the noun toleration
What does toleration mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: tolerations
- a disposition to tolerate or accept people or situations
- example: all people should practice toleration and live together in peace
- lexical domain: Attributes - nouns denoting attributes of people and objects
- synonyms of toleration: acceptance / sufferance
- more generic words: permissiveness / tolerance = a disposition to allow freedom of choice and behavior
- more specific term: self acceptance = an acceptance of yourself as you are, warts and all
- official recognition of the right of individuals to hold dissenting opinions (especially in religion)
"Toleration" is a book by Charles Bray.
Toleration is "the practice of deliberately allowing or permitting a thing of which one disapproves. One can meaningfully speak of tolerating—i.e., of allowing or permitting—only if one is in a position to disallow." It has also been defined as "to bear or endure" or "to nourish, sustain or preserve." Toleration may signify "no more than forbearance and the permission given by the adherents of a dominant religion for other religions to exist, even though the latter are looked on with disapproval as inferior, mistaken, or harmful.
- also known as Religious toleration
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Toleration
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Memories of State (2005)
Politics, History, and Collective Identity in Modern Iraq by Eric Davis
Toleration is a solution to the fact of ethnic, religious, political, and human differentiation. At bottom, it entails finding ways of accommodating or putting up with such differences. It involves putting up with things that one does not actually like, ...
Themes in Ethics, Metaphysics and Soteriology by Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad
Toleration is a basic value because it exemplifies a proper approach to differences, given that the differences...
by Rafael Domingo
Toleration is the other side of the free exercise of the rights. People should be tolerant, especially in today's globalized world based on diversity, but they should not tolerate people, as such. A tolerant person is convinced that it is possible to ...
The Lively Experiment (2015)
Religious Toleration in America from Roger Williams to the Present by Chris Beneke, Christopher S. Grenda
After all, religious toleration is the bedrock sentiment that supports the First Amendment to the U.S. Federal...
A Secular Europe (2012)
Law and Religion in the European Constitutional Landscape by Lorenzo Zucca
Toleration is a political ideal allegedly imposed by natural reason that requires people to put up with a certain amount of...
Toleration and Identity (2013)
Foundations in Early Modern Thought by Ingrid Creppell
toleration is the necessary starting point that sets up the point of view of a collective interest. From there, we have to go on to the work of institutionbuilding and law making to insure that mutuality will be consistently and securely pursued.
Wherein Difficult Words and Technical Terms, in All Faculties and Professions ... are Fully Explained ... by John Marchant, Gordon (lexicographer)
Civil toleration is an impunity and safety granted by the state to every sect that does not maintáin doćtrines inconsistent with the public peace; and ecclesiastical toleration, is the aljowance which the Church grants to its members to differ in ...
A Theological Dictionary (1821)
Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms, a Comprehensive View of Every Article in the System of Divinity, an Impartial Account of All the Principal Denominations which Have Subsisted in the Religious World, from the Birth of the Christ to the Present Day, Together with an Accurate Statement of the Most Remarkable Transactions and Events Recorded in Ecclesiastical History by Charles Buck
Civil toleration is an impunity, and safely granted by the state to every sect that does not maintain doctrines inconsistent with the public peace. Ecclesiastical toleration is the allowance which the church grants to its members to differ in certain ...
A new, complete, and universal English dictionary [by J. Marchant and - Gordon]. To which is prefixed, a new compendious grammar of the English language, by D. Bellamy (1764)
by John Marchant (gent.), Daniel Bellamy, Gordon
Civil toleration is an impunity and safety granted by the state to every sect that does not maintain doctrines inconsistent with the public peace; and ecclesiastical toleration, is the allowance which the Church grants to its members to differ in ...
Political Illiberalism (2015)
A Defense of Freedom by Peter L. P. Simpson
Toleration means how much difference of opinion or behavior a community (or individuals) is able or willing to bear before the community collapses or the...
Toleration is a capacity both of nature and of choice.
by D. C. Phillips
Both historically and conceptually, toleration remains one of the foundational characteristics that define the very essence of a diverse polity, and it is the basic virtue associated with a liberal conception of citizenship. Despite its centrality in the ...
by Ronald Hamowy
Although many of the great Reformers opposed toleration, especially for Catholics and Anabaptists, the appearance of ...
A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Denominations, Jewish, Heathen, Mahometan and Christian, Ancient and Modern (1817)
With an Appendix, Containing a Sketch of the Present State of the World, as to Population, Religion, Toleration, Missions, Etc., and the Articles in which All Christian Denomination Agree by Hannah Adams
With an Appendix, Containing a Sketch of the Present State of the World, as to Population, Religion, Toleration, Missions, Etc., and the Articles in which All Christian Denomination Agree Hannah Adams. Countries. Religious Denominations ...
by Bill Cooke
Tominaga, Nakamoto Toleration is an essential component of any democracy. A democracy is, at best, an open society, and in open societies we need to develop tolerance for things we may not personally approve of. Toleration rests on ...
CHAMPION TOLEDO, FRANCISCO DE see Toletus, Franciscus TOLERATION Toleration emerged as an important idea in the seventeenth century, receiving its fullest defence in John Locke's A Letter Concerning Toleration (1689).
by Andrew Robertson
A civil respect for difference was perhaps the first step toward toleration. The Breakdown of a System It must be remembered that every colony was, at least in part, an economic enterprise. The colonies needed immigrant laborers, and many ...
4-volume Set by Hans J. Hillerbrand
A Letter Concerning Toleration (1689) for its intellectual antecedents. Toleration is, furthermore ...
by Garrett Ward Sheldon
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- Toleration Meaning
Video shows what toleration means. Endurance of evil, suffering etc.. The allowance of something not explicitly approved; tolerance, forbearance.. Specifically ...
- Religious toleration Meaning
Video shows what religious toleration means. the condition of permitting people to worship according to the practices of any religion they choose. Religious ...
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Scrabble value of T1O1L1E1R1A1T1I1O1N1
The value of this 10-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine