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Etymology[ edit ] Schadenfreude is borrowed from German ; it is a compound of Schaden 'damage, harm' and Freude 'joy'. The German word was first mentioned in English texts in and How to make someone happy, and first used in English running text in Synonyms[ edit ] Schadenfreude has equivalents in other languages for example, German, Dutch, Arabic, Hebrew, Bangla, Czech and Finnishbut no commonly used precise English single-word equivalent.
There are other ways to express the concept in English. This is similar to begrudgery, the resentment or envy of the success of a peer. A "Roman holiday" is a metaphor from Byron's poem Childe Harold's Pilgrimagewhere a gladiator in ancient Rome expects to be "butchered to make a Roman holiday" while the audience would take pleasure from watching his suffering.
The term suggests debauchery and disorder in addition to sadistic enjoyment. Also, unlike Schadenfreude, where the focus is on another's misfortune, gloating often brings to mind inappropriately celebrating or bragging about one's own good fortune without any particular focus on the misfortune of others.
Related emotions or concepts[ edit ] Permutations of the concept of pleasure at another's unhappiness are: Words for these concepts are sometimes cited as antonyms to Schadenfreude, as each is the opposite in some way.
Pleasure at another's happiness is described by the Buddhist concept of mudita    or the concept of " compersion " in the polyamory community.
Displeasure at another's happiness is involved in envyand perhaps in jealousy. The recent coinage "freudenschade" similarly means sorrow at another's success. Power, Money, and the Rise of a Legal Empire,  used the word Skaddenfreude to describe the delight that competitors of Skadden Arps took in its troubles of the early s.
Lest the LORD see it, and it displease him, and he turn away his wrath from him. Nemesis is "a painful response to another's undeserved good fortune", while phthonos is a painful response to any good fortune, deserved or not.
Suave, mari magno turbantibus aequora ventis, e terra magnum alterius spectare laborem, "It is pleasant to watch from the land the great struggle of someone else in a sea rendered great by turbulent winds. Kushner in his book When Bad Things Happen to Good People describes Schadenfreude as a universal, even wholesome reaction that cannot be helped.
Philosopher and sociologist Theodor Adorno defined schadenfreude as " Many such studies are based on social comparison theorythe idea that when people around us have bad luck, we look better to ourselves.
Other researchers have found that people with low self-esteem are more likely to feel Schadenfreude than are those who have high self-esteem. The study focused on the German and Dutch football teams and their fans. The results of this study indicated that the emotion ofSchadenfreude is very sensitive to circumstances that make it more or less legitimate to feel such malicious pleasure towards a sports rival.
A experiment about justice served suggests that men, but not women, enjoy seeing "bad people" suffer. The study was designed to measure empathy, by watching which brain centers are stimulated when subjects observed via fMRI see someone experiencing physical pain.
Researchers expected that the brain's empathy center of subjects would show more stimulation when those seen as "good" got an electric shock, than would occur if the shock was given to someone the subject had reason to consider "bad". This was indeed the case, but for male subjects, the brain's pleasure centers also lit up when someone got a shock that the male thought was "well-deserved".
Strong feelings of envy activated physical pain nodes in the brain's dorsal anterior cingulate cortex ; the brain's reward centers, such as the ventral striatumwere activated by news that other people envied had suffered misfortune.
The magnitude of the brain's Schadenfreude response could even be predicted from the strength of the previous envy response. It was reported in the study that the likelihood of experiencing feelings of Schadenfreude depends upon whether an individual's own party or the opposing party is suffering harm.
This study suggests that the domain of politics is prime territory for feelings of Schadenfreude, especially for those who identify strongly with their political party.Make someone happy, make just one someone happy, And you will be happy too.
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