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" We must drive the objector into the position of being forced either to admit the phenomena as inexplicable, at least by him, or to accuse the investigators either of lying or cheating or of a blindness or forgetfulness incompatible with any intellectual... "
Parapsychology in the Twenty-First Century: Essays on the Future of ... - Page 12
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Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research

Parapsychology - 1883
...objector into the position of being forced either to admit the phenomena as inexplicable, at least by him, or to accuse the investigators either of lying or...-any intellectual condition except absolute idiocy. I am glad to say that this result, in my opinion, has been satisfactorily attained in the investigation...
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Mind-reading and Beyond

William Alfred Hovey - Telepathy - 1885 - 201 pages
...admit the phenomena as actual, although inexplicable, at least by him, or to accuse the investigators of lying or cheating, or of a blindness or forgetfulness incompatible with any intellectual condition other than hopeless idiocy. When the_ report of the proceedings of the first meeting of the Society...
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Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume 4

Parapsychology - 1887
..."into the position of being forced either to admit the phenomena as inexplicable, at least to him, or to accuse the investigators either of lying or cheating, or of a blindness or forgetf ulness incompatible with any intellectual condition except absolute idiocy." i As I am about...
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The Society for Psychical Research: Its Rise & Progress & a Sketch of Its Work

Edward T. Bennett - 1903 - 57 pages
...objector into the position of being forced either to admit the phenomena as inexplicable, at least by him, or to accuse the investigators either of lying or...any intellectual condition except absolute idiocy."* The Society grew rapidly both in numbers, and in the Literary and Scientific position of its members....
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Critical Reflections on the Paranormal

Michael F. Stoeber, Hugo Anthony Meynell - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1996 - 224 pages
...phenomena as inexplicable, at least by him, or to accuse the investigators either of lying or cheating or a blindness or forgetfulness incompatible with any intellectual condition except absolute idiocy." 22 I think the point that he makes in such a provocative way is an important one, and fully worthy...
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Entangled Minds: Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality

Dean Radin - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2009 - 368 pages
...to admit the phenomena as inexplicable, at least by him, or to .3:31 PM Page 280 280 ENTANGLED MINDS accuse the investigators either of lying or cheating...incompatible with any intellectual condition except absolute idiocy5 Sidgwick was correct in the sense that objectors still accuse psi investigators of lying or...
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The History of Spiritualism, Volume 2

Arthur Conan Doyle - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2007 - 352 pages
...objector into the position of being forced either to admit the phenomena as inexplicable, at least by him, or to accuse the investigators either of lying or...any intellectual condition except absolute idiocy. The early work of the society was devoted to an experimental investigation of thought-transference,...
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