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Beyond Empathy

Author : Richard Erskine
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Beyond Empathy and Inclusion

Author : Mary F. Scudder
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The challenge of listening -- The insufficiency of inclusion and the need for uptake -- Empathy as a strategy and ideal of deliberation : the promise and perils -- A listening-centered approach to democratic deliberation -- Listening toward democracy -- Listening for difference in democracy -- Democratic ideals in a non-ideal world.

Dancers Between Realms

Author : Elisabeth Y. Fitzhugh
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The Empath. The word has found its way into our consciousness accompanied by ideas of healing, sharing emotion and pain. Empaths are sensitive, caring, responsive people who have at the core of their nature an innate ability to receive energy, information and awareness from others with a depth and intensity that is beyond our customary understanding of empathy. Yet, this very receptivity and permeability brings its own challenges. It is vital for empaths to recognize themselves as such and to consciously explore, understand and address this energetic flow in their life. Self-inquiry is the essential tool to understanding all that motivates and colors your experience of the world. The book explores in depth this receptivity, as well as tools, concepts and approaches to support understanding and how to flourish with this heightened sensitivity. This book is a shared journey, edited from years of workshops and sessions with Elisabeth Fitzhugh and the Orion group.

Counselling Adults for Decision making

Author : R. Vance Peavy
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Rating Empathy from Audiotape Samples

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Empathy and the Practice of Medicine

Author : Howard Marget Spiro
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The book - which includes essays by physicians, philosophers, and a nurse - is divided into three parts: one deals with how empathy is weakened or lost during the course of medical education and suggests how to remedy this; another describes the historical and philosophical origins of empathy and provides arguments for and against it; and a third section offers compelling accounts of how physicians' empathy for their patients has affected their own lives and the lives of those in their care. We hear, for example, from a physician working in a hospice who relates the ways that the staff try to listen and respond to the needs of the dying; a scientist who interviews candidates for medical school and tells how qualities of empathy are undervalued by selection committees; a nurse who considers what nursing can teach physicians about empathy; another physician who ponders whether the desire to be empathic can hinder the detachment necessary for objective care; and several contributors who show how literature and art can help physicians to develop empathy.

Bibliographie internationale annuelle des m langes

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Pt. 1, A. Miscellanea in ordine alphabetico honoratorum/Festschriften in the Alphabet of the honored.--Pt. 1, B. Miscellanea in ordine scientiarum/Festschriften by fields of knowledge.--Pt. 2, C. Contributionum index rerum/Contributions by keywords.--Pt. 3, D. Contributionum index systematicus/Keyword index of contributions.--Pt. 3, E. Author index of contributions.

Toward Internationalism

Author : Louise Fiber Luce
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Beyond Solitude

Author : Kate Duncan
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Beyond Progress and Marginalization

Author : Corrine C. Bertram
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Over time, two competing narratives have emerged to represent the experiences of LGBTQ youth, emphasizing either significant improvement or continued victimization and marginalization. This volume examines those conflicting narratives as they play out in educational settings, both formal and informal. Particular emphasis is placed on LGBTQ youths' own expressions and representations, revealing the extent to which both oppression and opportunity interact to influence their still-emergent identities. Coming of age at the tail end of the «culture wars», these young people are situated within layers of influence across family, peers, schools, communities, and media. The simultaneous, fluid contexts of opportunity and oppression that LGBTQ youth negotiate are highlighted throughout this book in the youths' own words, which often reveal a level of epistemological complexity that their elders would be wise to consider.

Patriotism and Other Mistakes

Author : George Kateb
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George Kateb has been one of the most respected and influential political theorists of the last quarter century. His work stands apart from that of many of his contemporaries and resists easy summary. In these essays Kateb often admonishes himself, in Socratic fashion, to keep political argument as far as possible negative: to be willing to assert what we are not, and what we will not do, and to build modestly from there some account of what we are and what we ought to do. Drawing attention to the non-rational character of many motives that drive people to construct and maintain a political order, he urges greater vigilance in political life and cautions against "mistakes” not usually acknowledged as such. Patriotism is one such mistake, too often resulting in terrible brutality and injustices. He asks us to consider how commitments to ideals of religion, nation, race, ethnicity, manliness, and courage find themselves in the service of immoral ends, and he exhorts us to remember the dignity of the individual. The book is divided into three sections. In the first, Kateb discusses the expansion of state power (including such topics as surveillance) and the justifications for war recently made by American policy makers. The second section offers essays in moral psychology, and the third comprises fresh interpretations of major thinkers in the tradition of political thought, from Socrates to Arendt.

The Annual 1986

Author : Jossey-Bass Pfeiffer
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Administration and Supervision in Laboratory Medicine

Author : John R. Snyder
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Review of Research in Nursing Education Volume VI

Author : Lois Ryan Allen
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Review of Research in Nursing Education Volume VI

Author : Lois Ryan Allen
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Psychological monographs

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Medicine And The Family

Author : Lucy Candib
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A family doctor offers a feminist perspective on the relationship between women, medical care, and the family

The Soul of Screenwriting

Author : Keith Cunningham
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Counselor Training Short term Client Systems

Author : Beth J. Gillispie
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Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy

Author : Don C. Dinkmeyer
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