Americans Are Losing Whatever Empathy For ‘Others’ That They Once Had


Americans seemed to be into empathy from roughly post-WWII to the 2000s. Then things started going sideways. Now, it’s “Empathy, but just for your own team. And empathizing with the other team? That’s practically a taboo. And it turns out that this brand of selective empathy is a powerful force.” – NPR


Tags: Art, Ideas, 04.15.19

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