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Integral Fearology Practices (II)
(Integral Fearology (II))

DIFS-300C This advanced 12 weeks course (6 credits) takes the learners into the deeper layers of the new transdisciplinary field of integral fearology. DIFS-200H is a prerequisite. The emphasis will be on theoretical and practical study exploring ontological and epistemological rationale for fearological awareness practices and fearology. Students will be introduced to the major difference and overlap between a functionalist model and conflict (critical) model of fearology, within an integral framework. This course prepares the ground for a more advanced practitioner's course in the future. Start-up time TBA. Instructor: R. M. Fisher