Monthly Archives: November 2011

Metanarrational Monsters, Part Eight – Concluding Thoughts: A Propaganda of Fear – To Understand Our Society, We Must Understand What It Fears and How it Sells the Fears Thereof.

Part 8 of 8 Concluding Thoughts: A Propaganda of Fear –   To Understand Our Society, We Must Understand What It Fears and How it Sells the Fears Thereof.      “The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, … Continue reading

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Metanarrational Monsters, Part Seven – Zombies: Fear of the loss of Existential authenticity and apocalyptic Endings

Part 7 of 8 Archetype Six: Zombies –   Fear of the loss of Existential authenticity and apocalyptic Endings   “I don’t know what’s happening to me. I’m not alive. I’m not dead. I’m just…I’m just so lonely.” – Julie, … Continue reading

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