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Sorry — A. Track played: Down the Line. Why is Music Free? In real life, though, things looked somewhat different. It acted as a peacemaker prompting citizens to realise liberty and equality among themselves. Its practices—embracing, taking oaths, declaring love—were meant to reaffirm the positive spirit of community unbound by revolutionary action. What had distinguished sympathy from the Christian notion of misericordia was threefold: first, its secular character, second, its reciprocity, and third, its alleged naturalness.
Furthermore, compassio was an abstract normative pledge caused by the love of God and mankind and expected from men rather than being naturally felt. In contrast, sympathy sprang from human nature, it was a genuine human trait and, as such, universally shared. All over the world, men felt it, regardless of faith, class, nation, or gender. Its universality enabled it to travel and connect people from faraway places.
It also held true for the principle of human rights that the French Revolution borrowed from its American forerunner. Women immediately understood that they were collectively excluded, as were the slaves in French colonies. The promise and vision that the French National Assembly had sent out in stayed alive, even if it proved hard to implement.
Their success, though, depended on the support of others. Even if all Jews or Catholics or women had been united in their quest for inclusion, they would not have been able to enforce it against the will of the powerful. They needed, so to speak, their consent, or, to put it less strongly, their compliance. This is where sympathy or fraternity played a part.
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Abolitionism provides a good example. Its roots date back to the late eighteenth century when the first anti-slavery groups formed, first in Philadelphia, and later in Britain. Strongly inspired by religious beliefs in human equality, Quakers and Evangelical Anglicans started to campaign for abolishing the slave trade. They organised mass petitions and successfully boycotted slave-grown products like sugar. They spoke at lectures and meetings, they helped slaves to escape and gave them shelter.
As of , all slaves in the British Empire were emancipated. Although it bore religious overtones, it spoke to more secular-minded citizens as well and resonated with a wide constituency.
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Its language was clearly informed by the mode of sensibility that had developed since the s. In its wake, the Cartesian cogito ergo sum I think, therefore I am was supplemented by the motto Je sens donc je suis I feel, therefore I am. The culture of sensibility was originally embraced by men, too, as much as it reached out to people of different social backgrounds. Apart from the rising middle classes, it appealed to members of the aristocracy and gentry, even though—or rather because—it often involved criticism of the alleged lack of sincerity and authenticity within the noble circles.
Fig Anti-slavery medallions late 18th and probably 19th century. In , for instance, High Sheriff John Howard provided testimony of the wretched situation of English prison inmates to the House of Commons that immediately passed legislation to improve it. Three years later, Howard published an account of his long-term investigations on the state of prisons in England, Wales and other European countries.
It found an eager readership and put prison reform on the wider humanitarian agenda. Elizabeth Fry then pioneered a training school for female nurses thus providing Florence Nightingale with a personal and institutional role model.
While such sentiments and affections might have been around in earlier times, the nineteenth century saw them gaining momentum and inspiring philanthropic and professional associations. The cult of sympathetic feeling fuelled social concern and generated movements that proved vital in introducing social change. This is reflected, among other forms, in encyclopaedias. By the mid-eighteenth century, sympathy had mainly been described as a physiological, cosmic or magical connection.
This is what we nowadays call empathy—a word that entered the lexicon only a few decades ago. Since then, Anglo-Saxon philosophy and psychology have switched from the notion of sympathy to the concept of empathy. Yet, it is not always clear what the distinction really is about, and often the terms are used interchangeably. It meant, by and large, that we can only know about our fellow human beings by entering their emotional state.
By sharing their position and expressions, we yield sentiments in ourselves that we might project back onto them. Empathy in this sense does not involve, let alone require, any positive regard of the other. But unlike empathy, sympathy and, even more so, compassion, has a goal: to intervene and to help. It is exactly this goalorientation that became so prominent during the nineteenth century.
Growing numbers of people started to turn compassionate feelings into active social service. They organised philanthropy on a large scale, they formed associations to reform social conditions, and they launched social movements to improve the lives of others and their own. German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer mirrored this development when he, in , declared compassion to be one of the three prime factors determining human behaviour the other two being egotism and spite.
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