Empathy: From Bench to Bedside, edited by Jean Decety. Cambrdige, MA: The MIT Press, 2012. Short Review: Two thumbs Up. Longer Review: The thematic unity to this wide-ranging and diverse anthology on empathy is available in thinking of empathy as… Read More ›
Functional magnetic imaging appartus (hardware)
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You know how in the world of high fashion grey is the new black? Well, empathy is the new love. Okay, enough with the tenuous humor. What does this mean? Culturally? Politically? Psychodynamically? Polemically? Critically? Culturally, the context is a… Read More ›
Join me in a conversation about empathy and neurology. The short version is that the individual experiences empathy and the light goes on! Today’s inquiry explores the philosophical significance for empathy of the research on the mirror neurons, the related… Read More ›