fellow feeling

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sharing the feelings of others (especially feelings of sorrow or anguish)

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Appealing to the MPs to avoid negativism, Modi emphasised that their approach to the parliamentary party would have to be that of mutuality and fellow feeling.
His identity as Egyptian and a prophet benefited his leadership greatly fostering deeper fellow feeling towards poor human mankind.
So when we look at manufacturing in our state, as we do in several stories this week, we have a fellow feeling, a special appreciation for other Arkansans who are adding value, who are making things.
These profound human values of decency, solidarity and fellow feeling were emerging, and I was grateful for that.
The event also aimed to renew lawyers' ethical commitment various charters concerning legal practice, which stipulates lawyers' obligation to abide by the principles of independence, impartiality, dignity, competence, professional confidentiality, audacity, decency and fellow feeling.
The main aim of the schools in Assam is not just to provide academic education but to inculcate certain social qualities of responsibility, love, trust, fellow feeling, discipline and sincerity.
For all of his effort to determine exact rates of homicide, Roth's analysis rests on plastic definitions of political stability, unity, and fellow feeling, enabling him to find expressions of political harmony or conflict in many eras.
Sympathy, by contrast, "is a fellow feeling with the ideas and emotions of other human beings, or with animals to whom we attribute human ideas and emotions.
1) The first pathway, as Hume exposed in his early writings (Hume 1896; Sutrop 2007), shows that fellow feeling is contagious.
Levi goes on to describe hierarchies among victims, the ways in which victims were made into perpetrators, and the almost complete death of solidarity and fellow feeling (Levi 1988).
Muslim countries), either through fellow feeling with coreligionists or through doctrinal similarities to or divergences from other religions.
A robust sentiment of fellow feeling with three dimensions provides the societal analogue of parental love.
Nonetheless Vonnegut's focus on "humane harmony" (86), on the transcendent value of love and human fellow feeling, becomes a fixed point in the postmodern chaos.
What's remarkable is that this process seems to make Saunders's subjects more familiar, not less, so that what he calls "the emotional pitch of the work" comes through as fellow feeling rather than detachment.
Her response was that she couldn't take refuge in the "easy consolations of orthodox faith" writes Hughes, and instead felt one should "nourish fellow feeling towards the men and women you encounter every day.
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