2014 Ohio doctors launch an attempt to "reanimate" a paralyzed man's limb by means of thought control
. His brain signals will activate electrodes on his arm, making it move.
Plato expressed an idea that is related to thought control
: he called for the Noble Lie, a contradiction in terms if ever there was one.
This attempt at Stalinist thought control
should be resisted by every citizen, by every politician, by every cleric in Ontario.
Test-retest correlations of the subscales of the OBQ were within an acceptable range (Thought/Action Fusion, r = .79; Perfectionism, r = .76; Responsibility, r = .62; Threat Perception, r = .80, p < .01) and test-retest correlations of the subscales of the III were significant but moderate in magnitude (Responsibility, r = .63; Thought/Action Fusion, r = .65; Thought Control
, r = .55).
In societies where more freedoms and rights have been won, as they are always taken and never given up, repressing people is a matter of thought control
through the media, rather than the actual physical control employed in more repressive states.What is labeled as globalization has, over recent times, served to concentrate private power in the form of corporations--what Thomas Jefferson had worried would become "immortal persons", who in fact now enjoy more rights than people.
was being used to manage chronic pain.
Feinberg recoils at what she describes as profound, if mannerly, thought control
, in which imagination and fantasy are ruled out of order.
The man volunteered to take part in a staring competition with the illusionist but lost the rag when Derren used his thought control
techniques to put him off.
We don't need to thought control
!" Fifteen years ago, just blocks from my seat tanks in Tiananmen Square rolled over students who were demanding more freedom.
The song, with its chorus of 'We don't need no education, we don't need no thought control
- teachers, leave them kids alone,' was highly controversial at the time.
In this issue, we look at several aspects of these battles over thought control
: at the power of news coverage to shape opposing perceptions of war in Iraq (p.
Soshi kaimei was part of the Japanese government's policy of thought control
of the people of Korea with the objective of converting them to be ''Imperial subjects.'' Eventually it became practically impossible for anyone to use the Korean language in school.