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Montaigne had intuitive insights that are consistent with recent neuroscience, or so it seems. Read more...
I hadn't thought about this aspect of Montaigne's writings.
Nevertheless Adam Smith was a better systematic analyst of sympathy and how it works (see especially his Theory of Moral Sentiments)
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22/01/2011 at 04:53 PM
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