Nothing Has Changed (Or the Courage to Cease to Insist)

Some time ago we did insist on getting privileges based on the race inherited from our parents Nothing has changed Nowadays still we insist on getting privileges based on the wealth inherited from our parents Nothing has changed If in the future we will insist on getting privileges due to the thinking inherited from our parents Nothing has changed Only if today we ceased to insist on getting privileges through … Continue reading

Egocentrism: Who can take whose empathic perspective?

Egocentrism occurs as part of preschoolers’ development in the so-called pre-operational stage and means the inability of a child to differentiate between its own and other people’s thoughts [1]. In other words, children would not realize the suffering of others as such at all [2]. This poses a quite depressive outlook and may not correspond to own experience and observations. Aren’t there more empathy-promising possibilities than such a radical and … Continue reading