In the 18th century, a new kind of person appeared: the "<strong>man of feeling</strong>," who could empathize with strangers. This was a striking departure&nbsp;

In the 18th century, a new kind of person appeared: the &quot;man of feeling,&quot; who could empathize with strangers. This was a striking
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In the 18th century, a new kind of person appeared: the "man of feeling," who could empathize with strangers. This was a striking departure 

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