|Quote: David Miscavige|
|Scientology's "Science" of Survival|
The importance of Science of Survival cannot be overestimated. For within these pages lie the bedrock principles of auditing, the means to enter every case, the very foundation of The Bridge and principles that guide Case Supervisors in helping every being up to the top of that Bridge. It also contains the fundamentals of life itself and, hence, the prediction of human behavior that affects interrelationships on every dynamic.
— David Miscavige
ISN Issue 17 2001 CSI
Nice behavior, prudent action, thoughts about how other people will react to us, honorable conduct in the interest of our self-regard—like conscience, all of these have a positive effect on the world at least most of the time, and any or all of them might get the dog fed sometimes, but none can be defined as the individual's conscience. This is because conscience is not a behavior at all, not something that we do or even something that we think or mull over. Conscience is something that we feel. In other words, conscience is neither behavioral nor cognitive. Conscience exists primarily in the realm of "affect," better known as emotion.
—Martha Stout, Ph.D.
The Sociopath Next Door
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