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Thither and Back Again

An Exploration of A Midsummer Night's Dream

Sue Emmy Jennings

.2.345). The playing has been overdone: ‘tears before bedtime’. Emotional intelligence: attachment, empathy and resilience The argument between adult and youngster, when Puck explains how he got it wrong and Oberon decides to take action to reverse the

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Towards a reflective and multiscale optimism

Harlan Koff and Carmen Maganda

decisions of our governments, in addition to reflectively controlling the origin and destination of our income and expenses; the solidarity and empathy that we can generate with them is our decision. Just as climate change is associated with the impacts of

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‘Flash of Boy’ [astrapse apo agori]

Linguistic Metaphor and Social Trauma in Autistic Experience

Soula Marinoudi

traumatic expressions, with the understanding that they harbour the potential of enforcing stereotypical views regarding autism, is to contrast them with the empathy displayed by the people who lived with Giorgos. One night, during a discussion with his

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Beyond the Individual Body

Spinoza's Radical Enactivism and You Were Never Really Here

Francesco Sticchi

psychological account of its main character and his actions. I maintain that this interactive challenge, as it were, arises because the film seems to prevent any possibility for a linear and consistent empathic alignment with Joe across the unraveling of the

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Reality, Realism and the Future

Year 2021 in European Social Anthropology Journals

Anna Kruglova

– coinciding with a small number of high-profile individuals. Anthropologists’ relations with these powerful actors invite reconsideration of empathy, sympathy and critique among the main tools of researchers’ subjectivity. Tim Ingold (2021) invites more

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Twofoldness in Moving Images

The Philosophy and Neuroscience of Filmic Experience

Joerg Fingerhut

such an effort ( Fingerhut 2018a ) with respect to some central scenes of Strangers on a Train (Alfred Hitchcock et al., 1951). My own critical attempt was in response to Murray Smith's (2017) usage of MNS research to triangulate our empathic

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Book Reviews

Federica Cavaletti, Tarja Laine, Rikke Schubart, and Holly Willis

theory through Spinoza's philosophy, developing a model of empathy based on “embodied cognition.” In addition, it addresses the question of negative emotion in the cinematic experience and the ways in which viewers can negotiate this without resorting to

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Brendan Rooney, Hanna Kubicka, Carl Plantinga, James Kendrick, and Johannes Riis

arguing that questionable morals and the tendency to hurt others provokes adverse attitudes in viewers, causing them to lose empathy with the perpetrator. Simultaneously, and independently from this debate, cognitive film theorists such as Noël Carroll

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Dialogue in the Social Media Age

Structured, Democratic, Buberian?

Marcus Hallside and Clara Ng

face-to-face encounters. In light of Buber's thought, genuine dialogue can be achieved between two individuals who are given the opportunity to establish a relationship based on knowledge, understanding and empathy for the other, while benefiting also

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A Very Personal Breakthrough

Interpersonal Trust and the Oslo Channel

David J. Wilcox

the settlement issues during the negotiations ( Beilin 2021 ), exploring whether Yitzhak Rabin's approach was built on trust of Palestinian sincerity ( Golan 2016 ), and to explore different elements of trust, such as bonding and empathy ( Booth and