Adam Smith On “Fellow Feeling”

In every pas­sion of which the mind of man is sus­cept­ible, the emo­tions of the by-stand­er al­ways cor­res­pond to what, by bring­ing the case home to him­self, he ima­gines should be the sen­ti­ments of the suf­fer­er.

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