Pseudoscience and the Paranormal: A Critical Examination of the Evidence

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Prometheus Books, 1988 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 372 pages
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Examines the evidence behind many types of paranormal and pseudoscientific claims and explains, through an analysis of the psychology of belief, why people continue to believe in the reality of the supernatural.

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Throughout the whole book the author basically argues against all forms of paranormal phenomena, in the usual materialist fashion. Read full review

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This is THE book that yanked me out of my woo-woo haze and into the wonders of reality. I initially picked it up from the library believing it to be true believer pron but I was blind-sided by reason. I've never been the same, in a good way! Read full review


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