Imagine a World Without Fear

Imagine a World Without Fear

Imagine a World Without Fear

If we don’t fear our enemy, we will be no threat to him. Humans have been exploring the physical world for as long as they’ve existed, and we have long struggled with the concept of gods and deities. But we’ve also been savvier than our enemies. Our evolutionary process has always been accompanied by a sense of danger and fear. In the modern world, fear has tended to inhibit us and hinder our progress. It is the root cause of physical combat, and the evolution of many human cultures.

SM advocates a biological inability to feel fear. While we don’t experience this disease in our bodies, it can affect our behavior. For instance, we may not feel anger, or even hate, or anxiety. But we do feel the tyrant’s rage when we’re afraid. And that’s what we want, so we can be free of fear. In the book, the authors describe the biological causes of fearlessness.

The SM book talks about how fearlessness can be induced by a disease. In this case, a person’s body doesn’t have the ability to feel fear, which is biologically impossible. Because fear is such a towering emotion, the person suffering from this disease has a hoarse voice, small bumps on the eyes, and deposits in the brain. The author claims that this disease is rare, but scientists have found about 400 people who have it.