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Science Philosophy and ESP

Science Philosophy and ESP

A habit has arisen among psychical researchers of ignoring the evidence for physical phenomena, since evidence for ESP is seemingly much more widespread, and the psychological resistance to the idea less deep-rooted. This book contains a salutary reminder of just how impressive some of the evidence for physical phenomena has been.

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£12.95

9780900076039


Publisher       Institute of Psychophysical Research

ISBN                9780900076039

Pages              199

Format            143 mm x 222 mm

Binding            Hardback

Publication     1978

The phenomena of psychical research confront science with a disturbing challenge, suggesting that we may need to rethink our attitudes to such fundamental matters as the mind-body problem and the relationship between time and causation. A habit has arisen among psychical researchers of ignoring the evidence for physical phenomena, since evidence for ESP is seemingly much more widespread, and the psychological resistance to the idea less deep-rooted. This book contains a salutary reminder of just how impressive some of the evidence for physical phenomena has been.

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