The World's Fearlessness Teachings addresses the human fear problem in a truly unique and insightful way, summarizing the teachings on fearlessness from around the world and throughout history. The author then utilizes critical integral theory (a la Wilber) as an approach to categorize the developmental and evolutionary spectrum of fear management systems known thus far. The author has spent twenty years researching the timely topic of fear and how to best manage and transform it. From this experience, he offers an educational healing vision to address the challenges of a dangerous 21st century. Fear's empire has taken rule. It is time to resist it using the best intelligence from both sacred and secular traditions, as well as the transformational theories humanity has to offer. Fisher maps out ten fear management systems that will benefit future-positive leaders everywhere.
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About the Author
R. Michael Fisher is a self-proclaimed postmodern fearologist with graduate degrees in rehabilitation studies, adult education and curriculum philosophy and design. He currently researches, writes, and consults as a private human development consultant.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Figures
Chapter 2 Foreword
Chapter 3 Preface
Chapter 4 Acknowledgements
Chapter 5 Introduction
Chapter 6 1. Do We Really Want a Fearlessness (R)Evolution?
Chapter 7 2. Fear Management Systems Theory: A Critical Integral Approach
Chapter 8 3. World's Fearlessness Teachings: Managing the Human Fear Problem
Chapter 9 4. Education as Life-long Learning: Do We Really Want to Raise Fearless Children?
Chapter 10 5. Unifying the Fearlessness Movement: Educational Implications for a New Activist Agenda
Chapter 11 References Cited
Chapter 12 Index
Chapter 13 About the Author