Fear, the Origin of Religion – Part One
Quote: 1651- Thomas Hobbs in The Story of Philosophy. " Fear of things invisible is the natural seed of that which everyone in himself calleth religion."
Sept 23rd, 1963. The Los Angeles Times-The Week Magazine-- From the book: The Art of Imagination from the ‘The Art of Living’ authored by William A. Peterson: “Imagination,” said . . .
Paranoia — Cause of the Cold War
Seneca, The Younger, over 2000 years ago, "Worse than war, is the fear of war." President Franklin Roosevelt concurred 90 years ago, "All we have to fear, is fear itself." Paranoia is described as "delusions of supposed hostile intentions of others." Three individuals with that mind set appear to have been the prime architects of the Cold War, which being 'cold' did not have specific batt . . .