Tolerant Solidarity from the Viewpoint of Normative Conflict
(1) Liberal universalism: W=S(A+B)=SAb+SaB+SAB
(2) Universalism: W=Sab
(3) Homogeneous universalism: W=SAb、W=SaB
(4) Particularism: W=sAb、W=saB
(5) Relativism: W=s(A+B)＝sAb+saB+sAB
(6) Privatized particularism: W=sab
Suppose that there is a group where members commonly accept concrete net-base symbols, A and B, for solidarity W; however, they are divided into two subgroups on acceptance of an abstracted net-base symbol, S. In this case, each sub-group may have 18 different types of belief in general. If a meta-belief is perfectly included in a belief, namely all the presentation patterns in the former also appear in the latter, a person who has the belief will not experience any conflict when accepting the meta-belief in question. Thus we examine tolerance of each meta-belief from the viewpoint of LCS, and will conclude that LCS does not guarantee that liberal universalism is the most tolerant meta-belief; however, it might best fit with tolerant solidarity because it holds moderate tolerance and a consistent ideal goal at the same time.
The above-mentioned analysis may suggest a general mechanism that explains acceptance and rejection of normative discourses.