indisposition to tolerate contrary opinions or beliefs, impatience with dissent or opposition, or inclination to suppress dissent
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- There are many taboos, intolerance and extremism. And our task is — to destroy them. I believe that clever and artistic, reasoned and convincing humor can push more and more walls in our world. And it can be done without insult or aggression.
- People who are intolerant, categorize and over-react ... should all be dragged against a wall and shot.
- Arthur M. Jolly, The Questionnaire (2010)
- If you don't give someone a chance to apologize for saying the wrong thing before you attack them with anger, scorn, or social rejection, you make the error permanent, reject the value of forgiveness, and poison yourself with anger and intolerance.