Deviant Science: The Case of Parapsychology

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University of Pennsylvania Press, 1984 - Philosophy - 282 pages
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Discusses the status and legitimacy of parapsychology, examines the attitudes of the most influential scientists, and describes public perception of parapsychology

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Scientism and the Rejection of Extraordinary Anomalies
The Rhetorical Aspect ofTarapsychologys Struggle with Its Critics
The Political Struggle of Parapsychology for Legitimacy

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