The Fragmentation of Compassion
One of the interesting features that emerge from the religious models of compassion, as they have been described in previous chapters, is their comprehensive approach integrating emotional experiences and action into one, all-encompassing general concept. Compassion appears in these models as a concept with an exceptionally wide field of reference, and often it is difficult to understand to what precisely the Christian or Buddhist is referring when he advocates compassion.
KeywordsPersonal Interest Social Sympathy Empiricist Logic Modern Logic Cultural Supposition
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