The Empathy Museum presents

“This book transformed me in 1001 ways. It's a unique history of the emotions and the art of living, showing how the way we think about love, death, time, loneliness and other topics of universal human concern have been shaped by the past. Reading it at age 25 inspired me to become more emotionally open, empathic, and adventurous in my life choices. It also set me off on a lifelong journey to explore how conversation could become a tool of personal and political change. Witty, wise and humane, it's a book to unite a world of strangers. ”

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Donated by Roman Krznaric

An Intimate History of Humanity
Theodore Zeldin

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