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SYMPATHY, EMPATHY, AND THE EVOLUTION OF DARWIN’S MORAL SENSE
 by Eric M. Johnson
 University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4, Canada

Mentions
  • Charles Darwin - sympathy
    • "We are thus impelled to relieve the sufferings of another, in order that our own painful feelings may be at the same time relieved.”  
    • “we can only know what others think by putting ourselves in their situation, & then we feel like them.” H
  • Walt Whitman - “I do not ask the wounded person how he feels, I myself become the wounded person.”
  • Susan Lanzoni -   “offer no one definitive account of empathy, nor a reduction of one kind of empathy experience into another,”
  • Edward Titchener
  • Wilhelm Wundt,
  •  E.L. Hinman  
  • Gustav Weisse’s 1864 - “die Empathie der epikurischen und die Apathie der stoischen Schule”
  • Theodor Lipps - the emotional experience of art, understanding the mental states of others
  • Alfred Brehm
  • Adam Smith’s - Theory of Moral Sentiments
  • Alexander Bain’s  - Mental and Moral Science, 
  • ....
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