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Studies in Psychical Research
by Frank Podmore - 1975 - 458 pages
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The American Journal of Science, Volume 129

Science - 1885
...important body of remarkable phenomena, which are priind facie inexplicable on any generally recognized hypothesis, and which, if incontestably established,...effort, but never hitherto by a scientific society organized on a sufficiently broad basis. The aim of the Society is to approach these various problems...
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The American Journal of Science

Science - 1885
...important body of remarkable phenomena, which are prinid facie, inexplicable on any generally recognized hypothesis, and which, if incontestably established,...phenomena has often been undertaken by individual efiort, but never hitherto by a scientific society organized on a sufficiently broad basis. The aim...
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Mind-reading and Beyond

William Alfred Hovey - Telepathy - 1885 - 201 pages
...made by scientific men of eminence in various countries, there appears to be, amidst much illusion and deception, an important body of remarkable phenomena...which are prima facie inexplicable on any generally recognized hypothesis, and which, if incontestibly established, would be of the highest possible value."...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 29

Technology - 1886
...important body of remarkable phenomena, which are, prima facie, inexplicable on any generally recognized hypothesis, and which, if incontestably established,...effort, but never hitherto by a scientific society organized on a sufficiently broad basis." The field for operation was so extensive that there was naturally...
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The Struggle for Immortality

Elizabeth Stuart Phelps - Immortality - 1889 - 245 pages
...important body of remarkable phenomena, which are primd facie inexplicable on any generally recognized hypothesis, and which, if incontestably established, would be of the highest possible value." It is not necessary to quarrel with the assertion of the well-known and well-informed gentlemen who...
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The Outlook, Volume 94

Francis Rufus Bellamy - 1910
...definitely determined that the phenomena reported were to tin-re appears to be, amidst much illusion and deception, an important body of remarkable phenomena which are prima facie established, would be of the highest possible value. The aim of the Society will be to approach these...
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The Medical register for New England, Volume 2

1895
...apply, and which, therefore, if incontestably established, -would be of the very highest interest. The task of examining such residual phenomena has...effort, but never hitherto by a scientific society organized on a sufficiently broad basis. The following are the principal departments of work which...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 29

Technology - 1886
...made by •scientific men of eminence in various countries, there appears to be, amid much illusion and deception, an important body of remarkable phenomena,...which are, prima facie, inexplicable on any generally recognized hypothesis, and which, if incontestably established, would be of the highest possible value....
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The Reformed Church Review

Theology - 1907
...observations recently made by scientific men of eminence in various countries, tbere appears to be, amid much delusion and deception, an important body of...which are, prima facie, inexplicable on any generally recognized hypotheses, and which if, incontestably established, would be of the highest possible value."...
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Fact and Fable in Psychology

Joseph Jastrow - Hypnotism - 1900 - 375 pages
...psychical, and Spiritualistic." " From the recorded testimony of many competent witnesses," it is urged, " there appears to be, amidst much delusion and deception,...which are prima facie inexplicable on any generally recognized hypothesis, and which, if incontestably established, would be of the highest possible value."...
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