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Empathy is the capacity to understand what another person is experiencing from within the other person's frame of reference, i.e., the capacity to place oneself in another's shoes.[1] Etymology[edit] The English word is derived from the Ancient Greek word ἐμπάθεια (empatheia), "physical affection, passion, partiality" which comes from ἐν (en), "in, at" and πάθος (pathos), "passion" or "suffering".[2] The term was adapted by Hermann Lotze and Robert Vischer to create the German word Einfühlung ("feeling into"), which was translated by Edward B. Titchener into the English term empathy.[3][4] Alexithymia (the word comes from the Ancient Greek words λέξις (lexis, "diction", "word") and θυμός (thumos, "soul, as the seat of emotion, feeling, and thought") modified by an alpha-privative, literally meaning "without words for emotions"), is a term to describe a state of deficiency in understanding, processing, or describing emotions in oneself.[5] Definition[edit] Applications[edit] Types[edit] Related:  gemoedstoestand

Définition FR Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. L'empathie (du grec ancien ἐν, dans, à l'intérieur et πάθoς, souffrance, ce qui est éprouvé) est une notion désignant la « compréhension » des sentiments et des émotions d'un autre individu, voire, dans un sens plus général, de ses états non-émotionnels, comme ses croyances (il est alors plus spécifiquement question d'« empathie cognitive »). En langage courant, ce phénomène est souvent rendu par l'expression « se mettre à la place de » l'autre. Cette compréhension se produit par un décentrement de la personne (ou de l'animal) et peut mener à des actions liées à la survie du sujet visé par l'empathie, indépendamment, et parfois même au détriment des intérêts du sujet ressentant l'empathie. Dans l'étude des relations interindividuelles, l'empathie est donc différente des notions de sympathie, de compassion, d'altruisme ou de contagion émotionnelle qui peuvent en découler. Théories et théoriciens[modifier | modifier le code] Voir, par exemple :

What Is An Empath.- Definition : I Am An Empath Story I came across this definition in my psychic ability group in yahoo defining an empath, I copied to share hoping it helps others understand "What is an Empath?" Marked by an acute sensitivity to the feeling of others, Empaths can actually feel another's pain and can heal it in some way. Since Empaths pick up on the feelings of others, there is a great understanding and ability to really "see" the other person. Others > tune into the Empaths energy and tend to gravitate towards them knowing they are "safe" with this empathetic person. Empaths make great friends or lovers for life but are literally crushed if the friendship or relationship is abused. Empaths usually achieve in quiet and not one to brag about their talents and interests. Empaths tend to be peacemakers, are non aggressive and non violent. Hope this helps!

Awe This Atlanta lightning strike might have inspired awe. One dictionary definition is "an overwhelming feeling of reverence, admiration, fear, etc., produced by that which is grand, sublime, extremely powerful, or the like: in awe of God; in awe of great political figures."[3] Another dictionary definition is a "mixed emotion of reverence, respect, dread, and wonder inspired by authority, genius, great beauty, sublimity, or might: We felt awe when contemplating the works of Bach. The observers were in awe of the destructive power of the new weapon In general, awe is directed at objects considered to be more powerful than the subject, such as the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Grand Canyon, or the vastness of the cosmos. Definitions[edit] Etymology[edit] Theories[edit] Evolutionary theories[edit] Awe reinforces social hierarchies Keltner and Haidt[1] proposed an evolutionary explanation for awe. Awe is a sexually-selected characteristic Awe increases systematic processing Sundararajan's awe

Encourager L'Empathie: Inciter Les Écoles Á Enseigner Ce Qui Compte Le Plus Dans La Vie Dans un monde défini par le changement rapide, l’empathie est une qualité essentielle – elle est indissociable des compétences en termes de vie sociale, de travail d’équipe et de leadership qui sont requises pour contribuer avec succès à la société. Le rythme du changement s’accélérant, le niveau d’empathie nécessaire pour collaborer sur le lieu de travail ou avec d’autres types d’équipes à l’origine de changements dans le monde est plus élevé que jamais. Si vous ne vous montrez pas empathique, vous limitez sérieusement vos chances de contribuer à la société et risquez d’être laissé pour compte. L’empathie, ce n’est pas simplement compatir ou se sentir concerné. Ashoka lance par conséquent une initiative mondiale dont l’objectif est de s’assurer que les enfants maîtrisent l’empathie pour pouvoir devenir des citoyens, des dirigeants et des innovateurs efficaces. Créer le futur que nous imaginons nous impose de repenser notre approche à l’égard de la culture et de l’enseignement scolaire.

What is an Empath? Tools and Resources for Empaths | Cosmicism We ask you, humbly, to help. Hi reader in Canada, it seems you use Wikipedia a lot; that's great! It's a little awkward to ask, but this Tuesday we need your help. Maybe later Thank you! Close Cosmicism is the literary philosophy developed and used by the American writer H. Principles[edit] The philosophy of cosmicism states that there is no recognizable divine presence, such as a god, in the universe, and that humans are particularly insignificant in the larger scheme of intergalactic existence, and perhaps are just a small species projecting their own mental idolatries onto the vast cosmos. The most prominent theme in cosmicism is the insignificance of humanity. Cosmic indifferentism[edit] Though personally irreligious, Lovecraft used various "gods" in his stories, particularly the Cthulhu-related tales, to expound cosmicism. See also[edit] Notes[edit] ^ Joshi, The Annotated H. References[edit]

Jeremy Rifkin Salut l’élite! Un mot rapide depuis Darjeeling. Tout d’abord : Merci pour ce lien avec vous “ à la maison ” : J’ai tellement adoré la conférence de Gunther au TED du Japon, et je suis absolument ravi qu’il aime YL. Autrement, deux choses : 1. 1. 2. 2. Cependant, j’ai vécu dans suffisamment de métropoles moins développés pour réaliser à quel point les sacs en plastique sont apparemment devenus nécessaires et leur utilisation enracinée dans la vie quotidienne. Pour le moment, voici une pétition, que vous pouvez signer en ligne, et qui tente d’obtenir l’interdiction des sacs en plastique en Californie. Je suis tout à fait disposé à faire partie au Projet Radio. Avec un amour infini et de la gratitude pour votre travail quotidien, Andi

Neuroanatomy of Reward: A View from the Ventral Striatum - Neurobiology of Sensation and Reward - NCBI Bookshelf Nihilism Nihilism is also a characteristic that has been ascribed to time periods: for example, Jean Baudrillard and others have called postmodernity a nihilistic epoch,[4] and some Christian theologians and figures of religious authority have asserted that postmodernity[5] and many aspects of modernity[3] represent a rejection of theism, and that such rejection of their theistic doctrine entails nihilism. Forms of nihilism[edit] Nihilism has many definitions, and thus can describe philosophical positions that are arguably independent. [edit] Metaphysical nihilism is the philosophical theory that there might be no objects at all—that is, that there is a possible world where there are no objects at all—or at least that there might be no concrete objects at all—so that even if every possible world contains some objects, there is at least one that contains only abstract objects. Epistemological nihilism[edit] Mereological nihilism[edit] This interpretation of existence must be based on resolution.

SPD Life - Adult Sensory Processing Disorder Support Center Absurdism Absurdism is very closely related to existentialism and nihilism and has its origins in the 19th century Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, who chose to confront the crisis humans faced with the Absurd by developing existentialist philosophy.[3] Absurdism as a belief system was born of the European existentialist movement that ensued, specifically when the French Algerian philosopher and writer Albert Camus rejected certain aspects from that philosophical line of thought[4] and published his essay The Myth of Sisyphus. The aftermath of World War II provided the social environment that stimulated absurdist views and allowed for their popular development, especially in the devastated country of France. Overview[edit] "... in spite of or in defiance of the whole of existence he wills to be himself with it, to take it along, almost defying his torment. Relationship with existentialism and nihilism[edit] Related works by Søren Kierkegaard[edit] What is the Absurd? What, then, is the absurd?