A researcher in Port Jefferson, New York, wonders if there’s a single word that means the opposite of prejudice. Unhate? He suggests the word allophilia, a combination of Greek words that mean love or like of the other. This is part of a complete episode.

  1. M Evans says:

    I don’t think allophilia is the right word. “Prejudice” assumes an “other”, distinguishing ones self (good) from the other (bad). Using a word that continues this sense of otherness does not feel right. Something like unity or another word for recognizing the oneness of us all would be better

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