Thread: The nature of fear
August 1st 2011, 01:14 PM #16
Re: The nature of fearIf we allow large numbers of crime-prone people into our communities, then we are faced with a choice: Either protect the citizenry by ruling with an iron fist or permit the criminals to operate freely and allow death and mayhem to prevail. If we take the latter choice, we send the message that crime is tolerated in our communities – and the violence will eventually spiral out of control. If we take the former choice, we will lose civil liberties. The only way to avoid this Morton’s Fork scenario is to prevent crime-prone demographics from entering our communities in the first place. This would be a sensible immigration policy.
August 18th 2011, 01:10 AM #17
Re: The nature of fearin times of great and overwhelming fear, the simple and innocent will be sought after most of all. Or drugs that can regress one temporarily to a simple and innocent state.
Fear is a response to the possibility of death. The more imminent the possibility, the more fearful we are.
August 24th 2011, 01:36 AM #18
Re: The nature of fear
Great knowledge to share and fear according to me is again directly approach to brain and neurons which are self responding and auto responding to every thing in favor of us or not.The fear is any thing which the brain accepts unusual and unwanted for us.
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