Tolerance: Human Fragility and the Quest for Justice:
Sheds new light on the liberal democratic values of toleration, taking into account the fragility of human moral ventures in general - within and beyond the Western liberal tradition;
Broadly considers the limits of tolerance as they have stemmed from sincere efforts to define justice in a secular or a postsecular manner, together with its related rights, responsibilities, and virtues;
Clarifies various forms of response to human needs as connected to the condition of human fragility as well as the persistent quest for justice.
Ville Päivänsalo, PhD (Theology, Helsinki), is a docent in theological and social ethics at the University of Helsinki.
Taina Kalliokoski, MTh, is a doctoral student of social ethics at the University of Helsinki
David Huisjen, MTh, is a secondary school teacher and a doctoral student at the Department of Systematic Theology at the University of Helsinki.