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3 notes tagged "desires"

  1. adapting by curbing our desires
    we learned early that trying out who we are in the world often produced negative reactions … we learned to curb our desires, adapt, perhaps even
  2. mimetic desire
    René Girard, theologian discovered that most of what we desire is mimetic (mi-met-ik) or imitative, not intrinsic. Humans learn—through imitation—to
    #mimetic #desires #theology #intrinsic #subject
  3. sympathy is easier than empathy
    Sympathy is far easier to practice than empathy, sharing the same root, they both come from the Greek word pathos, which roughly means “feeling.”
    #sympathy #empathy #greek #desires #mirroring

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