Primal Fear Reflection

By on June 17th, 2021 in Fear

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If someone in my family suddenly became diagnosed with a serious mental disorder I would be surprised. My family does not have much of a history of mental disorders so it would be surprising to have to deal with one. Depending on the mental disorder my loved one would be diagnosed with would change the […]

Ken Costa Chairman: Europe, Middle East and Africa UBS Investment Banking Department 2 Finsbury Avenue London EC2M 2PP Cass Business School 2 March 2006 EMBARGO UNTIL 19:30pm 2 March 2006 The Trilemma of Globalisation: Free Trade, Fair Trade or Fear Trade In discussing the challenges presented by today’s diverse global environment few topics can be […]

Iago, in his soliloquies, informs the audience of his plans to deceive Othello and bring about his fall from grace. It is his use of language, rhythm, length and delivery that cause the greatest impact, instilling fear into the audience and creating a sense of tragic inevitability as Iago’s plans will come to fruition, with […]

Lord of the Flies – Fear of the Unknown

By on January 31st, 2021 in Fear

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Each individual is acknowledged as good or bad, but is there such a thing as good and bad? Golding, who has written the Lord of the Flies, expresses and shows how people react towards each other. The Lord of the Flies shows the image of civilization and influence. Golding articulates each and every individual in […]

Shadows of Night: The Fear of a Child

By on January 29th, 2021 in Fear

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In Annie Dillard’s book, An American Child; chapter two describes the fear she had as a child, of the night shadows that would appear on her walls. Dillard was five years old and shared a bedroom with her little sister Amy, who was two at the time. When Dillard describes her little sister sleeping, I […]

After reading “Do You Fear the Wind”, I immediately thought of a father talking to his son about becoming a man. This particular talk appears to focus on being strong, facing one’s fears, and fighting one’s own battles. The persona appears to be trying to educate someone on masculinity. There is an underlying theme of […]

Lord of the Flies – Fear of the Unknown

By on January 15th, 2021 in Fear

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Each individual is acknowledged as good or bad, but is there such a thing as good and bad? Golding, who has written the Lord of the Flies, expresses and shows how people react towards each other. The Lord of the Flies shows the image of civilization and influence. Golding articulates each and every individual in […]

A Fear of Looking Foolish

By on January 11th, 2021 in Fear

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Humor is a read way to scatter the feeling of being foolish. Keep in mind that who you are being foolish in front of are humans and there isn’t one of them who hasn’t been foolish themselves. I agree in this quote “Our wisdom comes from our experience, and our experience comes from our foolishness” […]

Why Fear National ID Cards?

By on January 6th, 2021 in Fear

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Featured in 2001 in the New York Times Alan Dershowitz’s article “Why Fear National ID Cards? ” presents the idea of a National ID Card system being put to use in the United States. The reasoning behind such an idea is this, with the sacrifice of some of the individual’s privacy a greater level of […]