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Empathy and Civilization (video)

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I was exhausted last night and didn’t get my post ready for today. Here is something interesting and useful about the empathic nature of society to tide you over until I get home from work tonight and finish my post on Wrath, the first of the (Christian) Deadly Sins.

I’m interested in your thoughts on his reasoning (RSA Animate has tons of thoughtful videos out there… I invite you to ‘waste’ a day wandering through them.)

Also, this:

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  • Empathy as a source of wisdom (philebersole.wordpress.com)
  • The Power of “Outrospection” – A Way of Life, A Force for Social Change – Explained with Animation (openculture.com)
  • Can Empathy be Taught in School? Maybe if we look at it differently. (donnaroman.wordpress.com)
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