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|The Psychology, Theology, and Politics of Self-sacrifice Rona M. Fields, Cóilín |
Owens ... man has based his ideologies on mutually exclusive group identities in
the form of "pseudo-species": tribe, nation, caste, region, class and so on. ... who
focused on helping others and empathy with others (altruism) and those who
became self absorbed, centered on what was happening or would happen to
|The self becomes merged with an idealized veiw of, and hopeless longing for, a |
fantasy mother who would provide succor ... thinking and behaving and interact
in varying ways; they are not systems of thought that are mutually exclusive. ... as
is the case with narcissistic individuals, "but of a split self- image, one side of
which is good and the other bad, and of a split ... Self-absorption marks the
narcissist, along with lack of empathy and depth of feelings, strivings for
gratifiction and the ...
|This is the empathy of the healed wounded. ... These others cannot but be visible |
once self-absorption has diminished. ... recent years, the literature of personal
growth and the literature of social responsibility have seemed mutually exclusive.
|Lindsay's wise, even empathic, parenting anticipates the recommendations by |
Baron-Cohen and other autism experts for how best to raise ... Jack's self-
absorption and his inability to read the situation accurately, even to the point of
thinking the adult bear a “he,” nearly costs ... 16These conditions are not mutually
|The Marriage of Empathy and Honesty Honesty without empathy becomes brutal |
andjudgmental, while empathy without honesty turns sentimental and ineffectual.
... By modeling empathy, mediators encourage each side to experience the
feelings, thoughts, and inner logic of the other, to walk a while in ... empathy and
sympathy: Empathy is different from sympathy: the two process[es] are, in fact,
mutually exclusive. In sympathy, the subject is principally absorbed in his own
feelings as ...
|They personify and in every way have alloyed into cohabitation the mutually |
exclusive attributes of social impairment and ... Or they may be in the next room,
reading or involved in some form of self-absorption, pursuing a singular interest.
... They simply cannot make sense of, or find comfort or rest in, the other all-
encompassing land, the construct that neurotypicals call “society. ... NTs share
empathy, understanding, plans, and proposals with one another, but where
Aspies do not “fit in.
|Many of us relish being single; others want nothing more than to find a partner, |
me. ... Fashionable Brooke regularly make rounds at chichi places like Joel,
where she'll sip a Goose and tonic (cosmos are just so passe) with equally
sophisticated, if somewhat self-absorbed, f Jen, Liz .... It reminds me of the time, a
couple of years ago, when I spent several months writing exclusively about child
beauty ..... Yet, even when I detected mutual interest, it fizzled fast once I
mentioned my kids.
|"Empathy is different from sympathy; the two processes are, in fact mutually |
exclusive. ... delight in the self, sustained make-believe play, a capacity to initiate
dialogue with others, and ability to ask for help from other-than-mother persons.
Gregory K. Moffatt - 2008 - Snippet view
|They are incapable of engaging in sex for mutual satisfaction with a partner. ... |
Humans, on the other hand, can choose or choose not to engage in behaviors
that exhibit philia. ... present, and future; our social nature; our ability to
empathize; and our ability to love — make us distinctly human. ... They
abandoned normal social interaction exclusively for selfish desires. ... Evil is total
self- absorption by choice, not because of mental illness, cerebral dysfunction, or
some social context.
Association for Consumer Research (U.S.)., Punam Anand Keller, Dennis W. Rook - 2003 - Snippet view - More editions
|For instance, Edell and Burke (1987) found there was more variance in feelings |
reactions to TV ads than in other, more ... Sympathy centers on a self-conscious,
emotionally cognizant, sympathetic observer who remains "outside" a textual or ...
while empathy involves an unself-conscious, emotionally absorbed, empathic
participant who loses him/herself in it. ... are interconnected parts of a system
rather than mutually exclusive, and that the reconnection of sympathy to the