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King, she has read about him in books, seen pictures of him in various types of media, and has a lot of information about his beliefs, family relationships, and what he desired with regard to the civil rights movement. Supposing that Amy has a substantial amount of information about Dr. King, she can imagine being him and campaigning for social justice across the South, going to jail, preaching, and befriending fellow civil rights workers. But there is so much information that Amy does not have—knowledge of his personal life and how he acted in outside the public eye—that her other-focused imagination will be limited.

Both Alvin Goldman and Stephen Darwall offer views of empathy that include (a) shared emotions and (b) some kind of imaginative perspective-swapping. ”36 Darwall here is drawing a distinction between self-focused and other-focused empathy, and only the latter counts as empathy for him. 37 While these philosophers believe that empathy requires the affective transmission of emotion, it is important to distinguish clearly the three ways of perspective-taking. There are three main kinds of simulative or perspective-taking empathy: self-focused empathy, other-focused empathy, and dual-perspective empathy.

In this case, Amy empathizes with Zack in virtue of the fact that she had a similar experience to Zack in the past. 1057/9780230347809 - The Moral Dimensions of Empathy, Julinna C. pdf 9/6/11 9:47 AM Page 40 Fourth is mediated association, where Zack’s emotion is communicated through language, and Amy responds to him by feeling his emotion. This is a more complex mode of arousal because it requires semantic processing and interpretation on the part of the listener. Narrative empathy involves listening to others and coming to feel what they feel.

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