Download (right-click to save file) | Open Player in New WindowPeter Kropotkin was one of the greatest thinkers of the nineteenth century, who managed to multi-task as a Russian prince, renowned geographer and revolutionary anarchist. In this interview with Phonic FM, a wonderful community radio station based in Exeter, I discuss how Kropotkin’s ideas about ‘mutual aid’ relate to my own work on empathy, and why Kropotkin is a prophet for the art of living in the twenty-first century. The interview lasts around 50 minutes.
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Hi Roman, I posted this to our new Empathy Cafe Newspaper.. see
keep up the good work.
May I suggest a further resources to learn more about empathy and compassion.
The Center for Building a Culture of Empathy
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