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  • n. The condition of being empathic

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Examples

  • "disciple" of a French Philosopher whose philosophy is called empathicalism, I have to guess that questioning one's place in the universe was in vogue back in the 50's, so it makes it's appearance as a plot point here.

    Table for Five

  • It's hard to explain, but it's all part of empathicalism.

    I have made a photograph of the way I feel.

  • What this meeting is all about is empathicalism - the most sensible approach to true understanding and peace of mind.

    For The Children

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