- ItemOpen AccessFake news, paradigm of fear & sustainability: Research report on climate fear(s).(In Search of Fearlessness Research Institute, 2019) Bell, SimonNews manipulation is now a much-discussed reality of the 21st century media ethics. Daniel Khaneman has identified that people have a tendency to respond to complex issues in a problematic manner--often making use of instincts (System 1 or S!) in kneee jerk responses when a more rational (Systems 2 or S2) approach might be more appropriate. Simply put, human beings have a flawed process for problem structuring. In research carried out between 2015-16 with people engaged in and concerned with climate change....
- ItemOpen AccessFearontology musings: Work in progress.(In Search of Fearlessness Research Institute, 2019) Kalu, Osinakachi Akuma[Editor's Note: The material for this article was originally created from a few blogs Kalu published on the Fearlessness Movement ning in the last year, and from rough notes he had sent to me for a potential article he wished to co-write but wasn't going to get to it for some time, as many other life-priorities took over. I offered to put some 'musings' together playfully, and at times slightly edit things for him. He had final edit of the excerpts below, and submitted them to IJFS]
- ItemOpen AccessIntuitions on fear classification: Introducing fearotypes & other musings(In Search of Fearlessness Research Institute, 2019) Eales, MarkDespite the pervasive nature of fear in human life, there is a distinct lack of exploration or emphasis in scholarly or colloquial discourse on fear, that arguably inhibits the ability to overcome its holistic and often detrimental effects. Inspired by R. Michael Fisher (Fearology) and Desh Subba (Fearism), whom are attempting serious scholarly work on the subject of fear, this article represents a stream of consciousness from the very provisional musings of a layperson in an attempt to make sense of the world from a purely intuitive position, while working on the premise that fear should be the overriding issue of humanity to address and the focal point of any future revolution. The author explores some key ideas from in their earliest conception, most notably Fearotypes; a potential way to classify people's common responses to fear to help initiate the process of highlighting the ubiquity of fear in human life. With sincere care for others and the world expressed, the author communicates a longing for a revolution so that humans might, as a species, begin to realise their incredible potential. This paper represents the author's own beginning and small contribution to that revolution. The revolution speculated to be the most important throughout history, in any present or any future: that is, the revolution against fear based life.