Tolerance

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Tolerance or toleration is the state of tolerating, or putting up with, conditionally.

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Economics, business, and politics[edit]

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Other uses[edit]

  • Paradox of tolerance, the problem that a tolerant person is antagonistic toward intolerance, hence intolerant of it
  • Tolerance Monument, an outdoor sculpture near Goldman Promenade in Jerusalem, Israel.

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