The twelfth-century Jewish philosopher and physician Maimonides also identified the need for fellow-feeling
in the medical practitioner.
I scan the faces of those I pass in the rubbery, roller-painted corridors for signs of fellow-feeling
, but I can read nothing.
Our own wisdom, experience, fellow-feeling
- and fact-checking - are strong defenses against being snookered, too.
It provides a succinct rationale for self-affirmation, fellow-feeling
, and community solidarity.
She sides with the sympathizers, proposing to "reclaim or even refine the language of fellow-feeling
in the interest of social justice" (14).
So, Smith's answer does not amount to a full resolution of the fellow-feeling
paradox and such a resolution cannot be investigated here (Khalil 2007).
Among the topics are if horses had hands, post-meateating, rat feeding experiments in early vitamin research, animals and the Renaissance anatomies of human exceptionalism, fellow-feeling
with chickens, and human-nonhuman libidinal relations.
In various ways, their novels worry the premise that sympathy requires knowing, that fellow-feeling
was dependent on some measure of epistemological certainty.
The problem is not that altruism or fellow-feeling
cannot be contrasted with nontuism, but that altruism and fellow-feeling
are not the only--and not the most worrisome--of tuistic preferences.
See Theodore Roosevelt, Fellow-Feeling
as a Political Factor, CENTURY (Jan.
is just how your brain works, and understanding that is important because Gervais wants to harness it for dramatic ends.
Having established the reasons and support for fellow-feeling
and honesty, Smith goes on to note that ambitious people frequently do not know for certain what they are pursuing.