@zacharius depends if you mean indifference as in, doesn’t even register, like a blind spot. If not, then I think there is. Tolerance to me has something to do with overriding a bias of some sort. It’s more active. Indifference is acknowledgement with no consequential response or action.
To me, "tolerance" is a virtue you practice when you believe somebody is doing something wrong but you choose to de-escalate conflict.
If somebody hasn't done anything wrong, there's nothing to "tolerate". Indifference is a better word for it, in that case.
For example, I don't "tolerate" LGBT people. I *like* LGBT people. I *tolerate* Trump voters.
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