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ESP and Psychokinesis: A Philosophical Examination

Braude, Stephen E.

 Philosopher Braude reviews the best evidence for psi phenomena as indicated by experiments conducted since 1965. He also reviews the theoretical foundations of parapsychology. He intends the book to serve as a source book on experimental parapsychology for philosophers—a sequel to C.D. Broad's Lectures on Psychical Research—and as an exploration of "the conceptual foundations and some philosophical implications of parapsychological research" (p. xii). Part I consists of two sections on "Conceptual Foundations" and on the data. Part II is in three sections: "Psi and the Philosophy of Mind," "The Theory of Synchronicity," and "The Meaning of `Paranormal.'"
Publisher Information:Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1979. 283p. Bibliography: 265-277; Index: 279-283
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