Learning Empathy from Books: How Different We Are Not

by Ann Jacobus on September 14, 2011

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Learning Empathy from Books: How Different We Are Not

By Ann Jacobus

We humans are different on the surface: varying by gender, color, sexuality, religion, cultural traditions, socio-economic status, and age. Some of us are not as able-bodied as others, and a percentage of us are left handed or introverted. Some of us like to play organized sports, or don’t. Some of us love books, others not so much.  And so on.

“Different” of course, is relative. Majorities largely determine societal read more…

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