[in-dif-er-uh n-tiz-uh m, -dif-ruh n-] /ɪnˈdɪf ər ənˌtɪz əm, -ˈdɪf rən-/

systematic indifference.
the principle or opinion that differences of religious belief are essentially unimportant.
Philosophy. the doctrine that each entity is essentially unique and at the same time essentially the same as all other entities of its kind.
/ɪnˈdɪfrənˌtɪzəm; -fərən-/
systematic indifference, esp in matters of religion


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