Simon Day has spent thirty years studying psychology, philosophy and religion. Collaborating with Joanna van der Leer in a five year intensive study of world events, both past and present, has resulted in this exposé of mankind's relationship with the TV and his psychological dependency on it.
The result of Simon Day and Joanna van der Leer’s five years’ research, “The TV Delusion” is a roller-coaster ride through psychology, philosophy, religion, history, politics and logic. Since its inception, the TV’s role has grown from that of mere entertainer to become the font of our cultural identity and beliefs. Identifying the roots of our devotion can set us free of its spell.
The Separation of Business and State
on June 22, 2014
With his direct approach and refreshing style, Ryan Dawson guides us through the huge catalog of aspects of US society in which there has grown an unhealthy influence of corporations over the state. A must-read for any researcher or casual reader alike.