#11: Tolerating the Nazi Next Door

Danielle and José discuss the value of tolerance. Tolerance is a paradox because if we tolerate everyone, we have to tolerate those who are intolerant, thus threatening our tolerant society. Is there really a clear line between tolerating people’s speech and beliefs and tolerating their actions and policies? Why should we value tolerance, and how do we treat those who are intolerant?

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#10: Help Yourself

Danielle and José discuss philosophy as self-help. José hates self-help as a genre, and Danielle claims that philosophy would make for better self-help than many of the books currently on the market. She outlines how philosophy could address what makes so many self-help books annoying and ultimately disappointing.

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