R.Michael Fisher commented on Luke R. Barnesmoore's blog post Wandering Through a House of Mirrors in ‘Emergency Time’: Reflections on Fisher’s Reflections on Klein’s Reflections
"Not I, nor I think Luke here, are attempting to convert anyone to one particular rigid position in how to handle, manage, transform the future of eco-fear. But Luke, even if in his own philosophical way, is pointing to a wise direction I believe tha…"
Saturday
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Naomi Klein, 'green' advocate, is one of the top influential environmental critics and academic activists today, which you can search on her if you wish. She has immense influence in some spheres of society. I find it interesting how she is one not…
Thursday
R.Michael Fisher posted a blog post
Like it or not, in the last few months especially, Extinction Rebellion movement on climate crisis (e.g., CO2 levels) is at the forefront and dominating media-attention re: environmentalism. One can debate the value of this, e.g., as Charles  Eisens…
Oct 13
R.Michael Fisher posted a blog post
Charles Eisenstein - on ECO-rhetoric (ideology) and fear [1]
When we confront the environmental and ecological issues of the day, we are also confronted with an overwhelming (if not distracting) rhetoric (ideology) of the dominant climate crisis nar…
Oct 12
R.Michael Fisher posted a blog post
Fearlessness is complex enough. Add "fearlessnessnizing" and you get an even more intricate complication. I believe this is absolutely necessary to work our way in and through the nightmarish days we live, and the worse to come as a global reality o…
Oct 10
R.Michael Fisher posted a photo
There are more or less mature consciousness levels of fear management education (FME)--and, the teaching in this quote by Charles Eisenstein shows he is at least not on the earliest level of FME--thank goodness, because the world crises today requir…
Oct 5
R.Michael Fisher posted a blog post
Check out the latest issue of IJFS 
Here's the whole issue Vol 1 (2)... 
https://prism.ucalgary.ca/handle/1880/111125
 
Oct 5
R.Michael Fisher posted a blog post
The following 1 hr interview podcast hosted by Sotiris Makrygiannis takes listeners through a philosophical tour of R. Michael Fisher's work on fear, fearism, fearlessness. 
https://soundcloud.com/sotiris-makrygiannis/the-marshal-michael-fisher
Abst…
Oct 4
R.Michael Fisher posted a photo
There are many t-shirt logos out there... this is interesting? 
Oct 4
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It is so important to imagine fear in many different renderings, as poets and mystics like Gibran are capable. His work here depicts the relationship of dual to nondual and fear which is the result of the dialectical interplay between these two dime…
Oct 1
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I haven't seen this book, but just ordered it.
There is a podcast on it and the thinking of its author (clinical psychologist, professor psychology):
https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-boyce-of-reason/50-hierarc...
Sep 26
R.Michael Fisher left a comment for Faheem Ud Din Dar
"Hi Faheem, 
Welcome aboard the Fearlesship... and the Fearlessness Movement ning... Look forward to hearing more about you and what brought you here. "
Sep 26
R.Michael Fisher posted a blog post
I think one of the better teaching videos, with giving my background on how I make meaning of politics distinct from the political sphere is "The Great Citizen: Future Process Politics & Learning" from several months ago. I talk about my reasons for…
Sep 25
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Yesterday (Sept. 20) was first of a series of General World Climate Strikes--protests against the relative inaction of societies to take sufficient action to slow down global warming and the continual excessive development and use of carbon-based re…
Sep 21
R.Michael Fisher posted a blog post
Climate crisis as part of an amoral economic system is part of Marianne Williamson's presidential campaign to tell the American people the whole truth and nothing but the truth. The question is, will the people be able to handle the truth? Fear can…
Sep 20
R.Michael Fisher posted a blog post
 
This book published by Bloomsbury Continuum (2018), is by Dr. Frank Furedi, emeritus professor of sociology in the UK. He is one of the leading thinkers and writers on the "culture of fear" phenomenon and I highly recommend this book (and his many…
Sep 9
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