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Whenever the 'paradox of tolerance' comes up, especially around conversations about Nazi-punching, I always think of C. S. Lewis' Perelandra
The hero Ransom tries to reason with the villain Weston (who is actually possessed by Satan) but in the end, he found that the only way to stop ultimate, unthinking evil was physically fighting him
Sarcasm; White supremacy mention Show more
Very smart brain geniuses:
The paradox of tolerance is, "What if we want a tolerant society, but white supremacists and people who hate queers don't?" What a super real paradox and hard question to figure out. Not sure how to resolve it but I am certain nothing bad will happen if I engage with it as if they weren't absolutely transparent hate mongers who are cynically hijacking academia to drive their agenda of violence!
Goodnight friends! Spectacular summery morning, slender trunks of birch trees mirror-bright in the morning light. Gradually an agitated wind rose up, & eventually began to tug a soft, suffocating blanket of grey over us in the afternoon.
Still recovering in a roundabout way I think, from our bold outing to the zine social. Felt more spritely while the sun was out, but still scattered & slow.
May we recognise the boundaries of what we can control today, & strive to work gracefully around them!
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