Etymology: From apathie, from apathiaLatin, apathÄa, from Ancient Greek (polytonic, á) (apatheia) "impassibility, insensibility, freedom from emotion", from (polytonic, á) (apathes) "not suffering or having suffered, without experience of", from (polytonic, á) (apatheÅ) "to be free from suffering", from (polytonic, á-) (a-) "not" + (polytonic, ) (pathos) "anything that befalls one, an incident, emotion, passion".
- Complete lack of emotion or motivation about a person, activity, or object; depression; lack of interest or enthusiasm; disinterest.
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