Courage Means Subduing Amygdala, The Brain’s Headquarters Of Fear

Courage along with wisdom, justice and moderation, is among the four principal virtues defined by Plato, a Greek philosopher.

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Galileo’s Conviction As Heretic Reversed By The Catholic Church

It has never been easy for Galileo the great thinker of his time at being convicted By the Roman Catholic Church in 1633 of hearsay for trouncing the biblical view of the universe. The Galileo case is seen as science’s first blow against the faith and power of the church.

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