4 edition of The Compassionate Temperament found in the catalog.
The Compassionate Temperament
December 28, 2000
by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||129|
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Get this from a library. The compassionate temperament: care and cruelty in modern society. [Natan Sznaider] -- The argument of this book is that it is in the nature of modernity to foster compassion. Most critics tend to think of modernity as corrosive of moral sentiments.
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In societies that encourage us to compete with each other, compassion is often seen as a weakness. Striving to get ahead, self-criticism, fear, and hostility toward others seem to come more naturally to us.
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What Are Some Qualities of Compassionate People. A truly compassionate person is selflessly concerned with the struggles of others as a empathetic listener, an eager volunteer, a loyal friend and a sacrificial servant.
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