Acta Universitatis Danubius. Communicatio, Vol 7, No 1 (2013)

Tolerance Ethics of from the perspective of intercultural communication

Cristina Partenie


This paper aims at drawing the reader's attention to a subject that still arouses animosity nowadays. It's about I-other relationship, how much we care about others ,how well we understand the others and  how much we offer socially. The relationship with those around us is essential because, in this way, we manage  to discover ourselves. It depends on us to succeed to pass the barriers of the mentality that limits our thoughts, perspectives, and to give the others the right to be different. Although the negative particularities characterize predominantly an individual, since antiquity, he has undergone a lot of changes that have altered him from a conceptual point of view. Today, he is not so irritated any more if he lives in the community with a black, a Chinese or a homosexual. This means a progressive emancipation which was achieved starting from common people to the establishment of organizations such as UNESCO and the United Nations to regulate the issue of diversity. ”The Human’s rights” book is the legislation written in order  to eliminate any unequal treatment of man against man.The article does not provide solutions to all the problems of humanity, but tries to offer  new perspectives


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