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That most successfully explains altruism. It is the only factor that consistently and systematically predicts altruism among all the individuals I interviewed” (Monroe, 110). More generally, research has revealed that non-prejudiced people tend to operate with cognitive person-schemas that produce a “universalist orientation” to other people, “whereby perceivers selectively attend to, accentuate, and interpret similarities rather than differences between the self and others” (Phillips and Ziller, 420).
And ethnographic studies of people who helped members of out-groups have found that perceived oneness, or common humanity, was a key cause of this behavior. Political scientist Kristen Monroe conducted in-depth interviews with rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust, philanthropists, and Carnegie Hero Commission Award recipients and found that all of these altruists “saw themselves as individuals strongly linked to others through a shared humanity” and that “their cognitive-perceptual frameworks differed consistently and significantly from those of traditional rational actors in this one regard” (Monroe, 109).
Why Gender Matters: What Parents and Teachers Need to Know about the Emerging Science of Sex Differences. New York and London: Doubleday, 2005. Sayers, Dorothy L . Gaudy Night. New York: Harper Paperbacks, 1936. Tilburg, Patricia A. Colette’s Republic: Work, Gender, and Popular Culture in France, 1870–1914. New York and Oxford, UK: Berghahn Books, 2009. This page intentionally left blank 2 Educating for Cosmopolitanism: Lessons from Cognitive Science Mark Bracher I n her 2005 MLA Presidential Address, “On Rooted Cosmopolitanism,” Domna Stanton proposed “cosmopolitanism as an educational ideal and a rich literary and cultural mine for our work” (629).
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