Overmiller on lemmings vs. walking wisely

"We often take our cues and form our views from whatever the news media tells us, or whatever social issues are trending at the time, or whatever our body and emotions want to do at the moment. Consider, for instance, what happened in the city of Ephesus not long before Paul wrote this letter to the church in that city." - P&D

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We Digitized the Mob, and There's No Place to Hide

“It is easy to understand why someone surrounded by the mob surrenders to its power, but those corporate boardrooms are far from the fray and well-protected…. So why have they turned their backs on law and order and embraced the mob? What has changed since the 1960s that makes it so much harder for leaders in government, business and culture to condemn violence and lawlessness?” - RealClearPolitics

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The Madness of Crowds

"G.K. Chesterton once observed that the 'special mark of the modern world is not that it is skeptical, but that it is dogmatic without knowing it.' His point was that moderns have forgotten that they are assuming what they believe to be a given. 'In short,' he concludes, “they always have an unconscious dogma; and an unconscious dogma is the definition of a prejudice." - Breakpoint 

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