Is there a fundamentalist mind set that leads to violence the authors of this excellent volume answer yes their arguments are so full of insights that they will make this book the indispensable reference for future debates on this subject marc sageman md phd author of leaderless jihad. The fundamentalist mindset psychological perspectives on religion violence and history edited by charles b strozier david m terman and james w jones with katherine a boyd examines fundamentalism from a psychoanalytic perspective addresses contexts as varied as the american experience al qaeda the french revolution and the nazis. The fundamentalist mindset psychological perspectives on religion violence and history charles b strozier david m terman james w jones and katherine a boyd. In the first two parts of the fundamentalist mindset strozier et al set out to define said mindset and understand the motivations behind fundamentalist violence the book starts out sensibly enough with the various definitions for fundamentalism and the authors ultimately argue that dualistic thinking and paranoia are central to the . The boundaries of the fundamentalist mindset so broadly as to encompass a heightened sense of danger and apocalyptic energies makes it difficult to think of a movement that would not be so characterized is the tea party fundamentalist because it contains paranoid elements
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