Indifferenz

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Indifferenz designates an attitude of mind or a tendency, which accepts the things, without rating and to form without itself a judgement over it.

Indifferent humans do not have none or malfunction themselves their own opinion, form judgement and evaluate nothing. Its thinking is to a certain extent „egozentrisch “, however not from malice. The indifferent one „gets only few with “and notices only what interests it directly. „Goes to everything else past at it “.

The term Indifferenz becomes from representatives of the philosophy (e.g. Otto Friedrich Bollnow) as Gegenbegriff to tolerance uses. Tolerance presupposes a its own, deviating, opinion contrary to Indifferenz.

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Wiktionary: Indifferenz - word origin, synonyms and translations

used topics: Indifference, Ignoranz, Passivität, Teilnahmslosigkeit

 

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