William Gregory

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Tolerance: Liberalism and its Limitations

Karl Popper's paradox of tolerance suggests that for a society to remain tolerant, it must be intolerant of the forces that threaten it. The concept may resonate on its face, yet reveals a significant philosophical error in modern liberalism — it is missing a central principle.
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