Parapsychology: A Concise History
The rise of modern science forced the retreat of magical thinking and practice, which had prevailed in Europe for centuries. Psychologist John Beloff explores the history of parapsychology and the continuing challenge from 20th-century parapsychologists and metaphysical philosophers to the established scientific world-view. .
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