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Einfühlung Line breaks: Ein|fühl|ung
Pronunciation: /ˈʌɪnˌfuːləŋ/ /ˈaɪnˌfyːlʊŋ/

Definition of Einfühlung in English:


[mass noun]
Example sentences
  • Einfühlung is a more extensive concept than sympathy.
  • Einfühlung arose in a part of empirical psychology that is no longer much cultivated, namely the psychology of aesthetic response.


German, from ein- 'into' + Fühlung 'feeling'.

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