Everett Ross Clinchy : part III
Dr. Clinchy discusses the problems involved in educating individuals for tolerance, including such questions as: Where do you meet strangers? What good may come out of a meeting of strangers, if such a meeting may provide conflict? Is conflict itself a good thing? Should individuality or homogeneity be encouraged in a society? What place does education have in preparing people for toleration? Can you condition people’s emotions? Dr. Clinchy makes the point that one essential for toleration is the assumption of responsibility. Toleration is not, and should not be, synonymous with indifference, and individuals must work actively to eradicate old prejudices and mistrusts, he concludes.
WQED; Everett Ross Clinchy; Andrew W. Gottschall Jr.; Dr. W.H.E. Johnson
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Educational; Talk; Religion
Prejudices ; Freedom of religion ; Religious tolerance.
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1 Film (0:30:00); 16mm
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IULMIA Film Database: 40000003096304; Other: GR00466200; MDPI Barcode: 40000003096304
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