Reflection On Tolerance

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I think I have improved on thinking ideas and clarifying the argument in the Boss One. In this essay, I have imitated Aristotle, which is similar to copy pictures. I imitated Aristotle and followed the structure of Aristotelian Courage. As he wrote the Courage, I stated “Tolerance” in my essay. I defined tolerance first and wrote the reasons of why people should tolerate others. I mentioned and explained two extremes, permissiveness and criticism, and I found that tolerance is the most suitable position. Then, like Aristotle’s Chapter Eight, I wrote five counter examples, including the custom of obedience, indifference, fear and compulsion, spoil and forgiveness. The last part of my essay is about the risks of tolerance. Like Aristotle’s essay,…show more content…
I have made my opinion logical and easily understandable. This is similar to picture a figural representation, and all of these things are the direct appearance of a person to the painter. However, the most important thing that I have imitated is explaining the ideas clearly and logically. This is similar to the manner and verve of the figure on the picture. If I want to become Aristotle, I need to clarify my arguments and make my statements logically. For example, when I stated the part of forgiveness, I was confused at first and I only wrote the definition of forgiveness and tolerance to compare them. However, after I got the suggestions from you and my classmates, I added some examples to show that forgiveness is not true tolerance. For example, “people can forgive that their friends destroy toys carelessly, but it is hard for people to forgive something made them extremely uncomfortable, but the tolerant man may tolerate those actions and sayings.” This example is common and makes sense to everyone. It also makes my argument more clear and convincing. I mentioned it after the definition, which provides a deep impression for the readers to understand that forgiveness is not
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