|VOL. XVIII NO.1||ISSN #1544-5399||JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018|
A Presentation of This Issue’s Features
Publisher & Director
The Bibliotheque: World Wide Society
Institute for Postive Global Solutions
'Page One' Feature:
The Collective Subconscious: The Soft Underbelly of Our Conscious: Did Self-Consciousness and Religious Convictions Leave “Survival Needs” to Intermediaries?
by Michael Mifsud
New Years Day, 2018
With warm wishes for a creative and innovative year to come, I’m pleased to present you with the January-February 2018 issue of the Journal of Global Issues & Solutions.
This issue’s Page One Feature Paper is authored by a regular contributor to this Journal, Mr. Michael Mifsud, Entrepreneur, Writer and International Consultant, based in Malaga, Spain. “The Collective Subconscious: The Soft Underbelly of Our Species: Did Self Consciousness and Religious Convictions Leave “Survival Needs” to Intermediaries?” delves into the complex topics of consciousness and the subconscious, and presents the concept of a ‘Collective Subconscious’. Mr. Mifsud reviews that “Throughout human history most have been governed by the few and against the general will. In democracies this would appear not to be possible with the safety catch of the so called ballot box... (Continued)
Throughout human history most have been governed by the few and against the general will. In democracies this would appear not to be possible with the safety catch of the so called ballot box. Yet nothing has changed and the end results of “free” societies and those repressed by dictators often show little difference in terms of social benefits. In fact, after periods of hard dictatorial rule, the legacy of those attached to the system remains in the minds of those who preferred it that way and because the system benefitted them. Others even perhaps claimed the existence of a degree of ethical standards and rule of law which appeared to have disintegrated with the removal of the callous and imposed authority. Additionally, the release of the myriads of “social reformers” trying to capture the middle ground of the new political stage seemed intent on causing an administrative chaos based on bullying behind screens to obtain a power platform. Needless to say the evolution of these can be seen today with relatively ineffectual union and civil rights movements... (Continued)
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