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Rona M. Fields, Cóilín Owens - 2004 - 184 pages
|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
Donald M. Kartiganer, Ann J. Abadie - 1994 - 320 pages
|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.
|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 ...
|To oppose him is to respect him; in his mind, sympathy and respect are mutually |
exclusive. ... Feed my self-loathing, my morbid self-absorption. ... The condition
has been around since the first Homo sapiens raised a club against another.
|mankind. They personify and in every way have alloyed into cohabitation the |
mutually exclusive attributes of social impairment and academic or artistic smarts.
... Or they may be in the next room, reading or involved in some form of self-
absorption, pursuing a singular interest. An Aspie ... NTs share empathy,
understanding, plans, and proposals with one another, but where Aspies do not “
fit in.” For the ...
|“We may still want each other,” she said, staring into her glass, not daring to look |
at him, “but between your feelings and my feelings, that in- effable something
which makes a relationship possible has been slowly strangled by your colossal
self-absorption. I tried to meet ... He looked at her with a new compassion, far
removed from the unaltru- istic sympathy which had first brought him to her
doorstep. “I know I'm ... “We're so alike, yet our two kinds of selfishness are
|Everybody gets a thing sometime — a lot gets it as history, a lot of others as news|
, and then there's a few that sees it comin' ... We see the danger of self-absorption
, the teacher's error of posing as big toad in the little puddle all the time. ... One
sign of great promise is that these societies are not exclusive. ... is a condition of
mutual helpfulness between the societies. ... of their own, and for the rest made
up of musicians who for some reason are out of sympathy with the state
|... but a wholly convincing depiction of understated heroism by another and |
wholly non-autobiographical figure against the ... protagonist whose self-pity
engages the author's sympathy; only the tacked-on affirmative ending
distinguishes it from Ding ... by contrast, her most autobiographical and self-
absorbed work is related through a conventional third-person narrative. Neither
complicity nor alienation can adequately summarise her relationship with her
audience: mutual ambivalence ...
|Do they exploit others, or engage in magical thinking? These are all traits of narcissistic personality disorder, and when it comes to dealing with narcissists, it can be difficult to get your point across.|