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Paul Ekman

The renowned psychologist shows what Darwin and the Dalai Lama have in common, explores the roots of heroism, and discusses the need for a global compassion. More about Paul Ekman.

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The Roots of Empathy and Compassion

June 2010 | TRT 4:45

Paul Ekman describes the building blocks of empathy and compassion: emotion recognition, emotional resonance, and familial compassion.

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