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    THE FEAR PARADOX: HOW OUR OBSESSION WITH FEELING SECURE IMPRISONS OUR MINDS AND SHAPES OUR LIVES (FOR READERS OF CULTURE OF FEAR)

    Book ID/图书代码: 08461020C00015

    English Summary/英文概要: For anyone suffering from the global pandemic anxiety surrounding the new coronavirus, comes a long awaited exploration of one of the most powerful and primitive human emotions.

    A history and culture of fear. Over the last five hundred years, life for the average human being has changed dramatically―plagues no longer wipe out entire families, and no longer do we empty our chamber pots into the street. But, progress in the West has shown that no matter how many dangers we neutralize, new ones emerge. Why? Because our level of fear remains constant.

    Fear in contemporary society. For years, Dr. Frank Faranda studied a state of fearfulness in his patients―an evolutionary state that relentlessly drove them toward avoidance, alienation, hypercriticism, hyper-control, and eventually, depression and anxiety. He began to wonder what they were afraid of, and how embedded these fears might be in contemporary society. This book aims to break us free from what he found.

    Fear not. Faranda’s Fear Paradox is simple―even though fear has a prime directive to keep us safe and comfortable, it has grown into the single greatest threat to humanity and collective survival. As a consequence, fear is embedded in our culture, creating new dangers and inciting isolation. With global pandemic disruptions and rising anxiety levels, now is the time to shine a light on our deepest fears and examine the society that fear is creating.

    Chinese Summary/中文概要: 過去五百年來,人類的文明有了巨大的進步,但是不論我們消除多少危險,不論我們能治癒多少瘟疫,總會出現新的危機。為什麼?因為我們對恐懼的感知方式並沒有改變。

    「恐懼」已經成為當代社會的一部分。多年來,臨床心理學博士Frank Faranda一直在研究患者的恐懼狀態,而他發現,這是一種不斷演變的狀態,促使他們不斷地迴避、疏遠、過度批評、過度控制,最終導致抑鬱和焦慮。於是他開始探問他們到底在害怕什麼,以及這些恐懼在當代社會中是如何被嵌入的。這本書援引許多科學和文化史研究,為的是要將讀者從這種恐懼中解放出來。

    Frank Faranda博士的「恐懼悖論」很簡單,儘管恐懼可以提醒我們要保持安全和舒適,但當今恐懼已成為對人類集體生存的最大威脅。結果,恐懼根植於我們的文化中,創造了新的危險並引發了孤立。隨著全球疾病大流行帶來的破壞,和心理焦慮的現象越來越普遍,現在是時候研究我們最深切的恐懼,並審視恐懼如何形塑我們社會的時候了。

    本書的精彩內容包括:

    對痛苦的恐懼和對未知的恐懼

    恐懼如何推動文明的進步

    為了消除恐懼所付出的代價

    (Zoe)

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    About the Author/作者介绍: Frank Faranda博士是一位臨床心理學家,在私人執業方面擁有15年的經驗。他擁有哥倫比亞大學的發展心理學與教育學碩士學位,他在阿德菲大學(Adelphi University)的德納研究所(Derner Institute)獲得臨床心理學博士學位。他獲得了紐約大學心理治療和精神分析博士後計劃以及Rusk康復醫學研究所的博士後研究獎學金,在那裡他接受了神經心理學和認知療法的培訓。在過去的幾年中,他發表多篇學術文章並客座編輯了兩期的《精神分析研究》期刊,並在美國紐約的新學院大學(The New School)任教。

    Dr. Frank Faranda earned his master’s degree in developmental psychology and education from Columbia University, Teacher’s College, and his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the Derner Institute at Adelphi University. He was awarded postdoctoral fellowships from New York University’s Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, and the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, where he trained in neuropsychological testing and cognitive remediation. Over the last several years he has published academic articles, guest-edited two themed journal issues for Psychoanalytic Inquiry, and taught at The New School.

    He is a clinical psychologist with fifteen years of experience in private practice.

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