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The video below is a superb and enlightening discussion around empathy. We all understand that as Humans we have empathetic emotions we wince when we see someone fall over, we get upset when our friends cry. What is now being discovered is that this empathy is actually wired into our brain, and like many aspects of our brain it can be nurtured into greater fulfillment, or it can be minimized. Promisingly it suggests an entirely more optimistic version of the fundamentals of humanity than the cold rational selfish thinker that the enlightenment cast upon us. As Freerange is concerned with how we are all going to live together in the cities of the future, this new model of the human brain is exciting as it starts to explain why the otherwise stressful urbanity of cities is also so compelling.
Not to mention that this mode of communication is a superb.
Care of The Royal Society of Arts.
“Bestselling author, political adviser and social and ethical prophet Jeremy Rifkin investigates the evolution of empathy and the profound ways that it has shaped our development and our society.”