20 All Violent Behaviors Are Terrorism, Political Philosophy for Human Future
1xπ As I read the quoted information, I realize US is fighting US under the name of fighting terrorism, and human made a wrong definition of terrorism and used unproportioned resources to fight the wrong defined terrorism.
2xπ According to the information quoted, if peace or free from fear is what we really need, we need redefine terrorism as: all violent behaviors are terrorism.
3xπ I understand US history, which has shaped US nationality with many advantages and gun crime as a disadvantage, is important for the development of world history. However, in future, US may have a task to reshape her nationality for overcoming her gun crime disadvantage.
Political Philosophy for Human Future 1 Definition
Definition: originally in physics, the rate of doing work.
Definition: the rate of doing work on human source, including physical source, emotional source, soulful source, mindful source, and spiritual source. And human, refers from one human to all humans.
Definition: the appearance of something in the process from its beginning to its end.
Definition: the being of human power for the future of itself.
Definition: the study of the being of human power for the future of itself.(1)
(1) For politics should be full of wisdoms, the study of politics should be political philosophy.
From the good luck ending religion dept.: I noticed this entry on Epiphenomena, which has been recently posting articles from several studies comparing skeptics and religious-minded people. These findings indicate that a portion of the population has a high tendency to see hidden agents....which is about what ghosts would be. And the likelihood of seeing ghosts does not match up entirely with religious belief:
The human mind is naturally attuned to try to spot hidden agents. In fact, we're too good at it, because we tend to interpret all sorts of random environmental noise as actually being caused by someone.
It's widely thought that this tendency contributes to religious belief, and yet it's also the case that many religious people don't claim to have seen any spiritual agents directly at work - and many no-religious people see ghosts from time to time.....................................................
They found that, relative to other kinds of supernatural experiences, non-religious, supernatural agents (AKA ghosts) were more often seen when the environment was secluded, dark, quiet, and threatening. Those who had seen ghosts also reported being anxious or upset at the time. That wasn't the case for religious supernatural agents..........................................................
What this suggests is that anxiety and distress combine to make it more likely that people will see ghosts, but that this relationship doesn't hold for religious experiences.
It';s interesting to contrast this with other research showing that anxiety and uncertainty can make people see things that aren't there, and also that religion is more popular in environments that are threatening or dangerous.
Maybe turning to religion is one way to reduce the distress caused by supernatural experiences that are caused by threatening environments! http://epiphenom.fieldofscience.com/2013/02/what-kind-of-person-sees-ghosts.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BhaScienceGroup+%28Epiphenom%29
I'm not sure if this has anything to do with the growth in unconventional or new age spirituality in Europe, that coincides with the decline in traditional religious beliefs? But it might indicate that someone who is quick to think there's a ghost in a dark room is not going to be happier as an atheist than when they believe their religion helps them deal with the ghost.
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