So it would be inhuman not to empathize when someone is displaying those qualities.
Humans owe our ability to empathize, and perhaps even love selflessly, to our long association with dogs.
Both came off as negative, terrible people as they bickered, and it was still impossible not to empathize with both of them.
For liberals who consider George W. Bush a profoundly odious figure, it is hard to empathize with Mehlman.
Also you do have a lot of young girls seeing this film, and they should have somebody in there who they can empathize with.
Yet Brion could empathize their feelings, the warmth of their intense relief and happiness.
How ironic that the only people who can empathize with them are the Macedonians who share the same fear of being quartered.
They weren't able to—to empathize the Martians, or whatever you call it.
They empathize—that is, see through our eyes, feel with our fingertips—so that they perceive what we do.
But Brion could empathize their feelings, the warmth of their intense relief and happiness.
empathize em·pa·thize (ěm'pə-thīz')
v. em·pa·thized, em·pa·thiz·ing, em·pa·thiz·es
To feel empathy in relation to another person.