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Resistances to Fearlessness

A Philosophy of Fearism Approach

by R. Michael Fisher & B. Maria Kumar



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/10/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 576
ISBN : 9781664105089
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 576
ISBN : 9781664105072

About the Book

The current dominating worldview and its paradigms of operations are unhealthy and unsustainable. Ecological, economic, political and psychological health are at stake. As experts in a philosophy of fearism, they apply a critical perspective on the dominant Fear Paradigm as root cause of the global crises in the 21st century. They offer a worldview shift via the Fearlessness Paradigm. This is a second major book on this topic, of which the first was Fisher’s The World’s Fearlessness Teachings (2010). This follow-up book is deep, punchy and provocative. It points to the failure of the world to understand the spirit of fearlessness that has existed from the beginning of Life some four billion years ago. The authors, from diverse backgrounds, point to the resistances that work against the recognition and development of the natural ‘gift’ of fearlessness and the design of a Fearlessness Paradigm, both which can counter the abuses of the Fear Paradigm. With extensive research and philosophical thought, the authors dialogue in a fresh imaginative way to help readers and leaders in all walks of life to better understand what resistances they may have to escaping from what Fisher calls the ‘Fear’ Matrix.

About the Author

R. Michael Fisher, Ph.D., founder and director of In Search of Fearlessness Research Institute, is a Canadian artist-philosopher-educator and fearologist, who has studied fear and fearlessness from a transdisciplinary perspective for over three decades. B. Maria Kumar, is a human potential author, a former police officer, recently retired as Director General of Police in Bhopal, India. His many books include Be Selfish, But Good, and To Be or Not to Be Happy.