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With each transaction and upgrade, each choice and click, life moves closer to us, and the world becomes our world. In everything from relationships to politics to business, the emerging norms and expectations of our self-centered culture are making it steadily harder to behave in thoughtful, civic, social ways. We’re uncomfortable with people or ideas that don’t relate directly and immediately to us.
Empathy weakens, and with it, our confidence in the idea, essential to a working democracy, that we have anything in common.