and want to regard themselves and be regarded by others as compassionate empathizers
determined to alleviate suffering, it should follow that nothing would preoccupy them more than making sure the welfare state machine is functioning at maximum efficiency.
1) Perowne thus admits, if only momentarily, that the exercise of empathy frequently implies inequality between empathizer
With direct EE, the empathizer
may or may not be fully aware that he or she is sharing the emotion of another.
If it provides inspiration, it is more often for those in the privileged position of empathizer
rather than empathized" (2005, 5).
In person-centered terms, Boy and Pine argued that cross-class issues are dealt with most effectively through use of empathy, an understanding of another's view of the world with "biases and views of the empathizer
Instead of reveling in the power of gizmos to transform the world, as he is wont to do, Gates, apparently a born-again empathizer
, told the crowd that basic health care and literacy programs, not computers, are the most important ways to help the world's poorest people.
This was a candidate with almost perfect pitch; his great and unusual political strength was as a listener and an empathizer
, which is why he is still so skilled at mediation.
The author examines the parallel and multiple conceptions of the self in clinical work from psychoanalytic to interpersonal to existential points of view and the inherent dilemma for the empathizer
of divided states of consciousness.
The future will be a place where creators and empathizers
, pattern recognizers, and meaning makers will thrive (Pink, 2006).
You browse the pages of pros and cons, critics, sympathizers, empathizers
, friends, enemies, and others.