What is tolerance? 3 components.
Rainer Forst identified 3 components of tolerance:
The objection component: If there is nothing about a belief or an action that we object to then we are indifferent to it rather than tolerant.
The acceptance component: Although we may hold the views that certain beliefs or actions are wrong (e.g. a person's sexuality) we also hold the view that they are not intolerably wrong.
The rejection component: Rainer Forst said that "The limits of toleration need to be specified". So to avoid toleration for everything we must find beliefs/actions that we regard as wrong or intolerably wrong.