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Record Type: Review   ID: 1219

Parapsychology: When the Irrational Rejoins Science (Katharine M. Banham, Trans.)

Chauvin, Remy

 French biologist Chauvin reviews what the Rhinean school of parapsychology has accomplished, but he feels it is in error. He seeks new approaches to psi, emphasizing practical aspects. He proposes that we study psi and try to understand its characteristics first, and then experiment—but not to experiment initially, as is now the case. He advocates an ethological approach, in which one could look for the most propitious conditions for psi operation by examining the age-old empirical practices and prophetic techniques. Some of these practices are examined in the book. Also included are chapters on psi and physics and on parapsychology in the Soviet Union.
Publisher Information:Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1985. 164p. Bibliography: 157-160; 12 figs; Index: 161-164
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