On a recent article published in History of Psychiatry by historian of psychical research Carlos Alvarado.
For the original article, see http://hpy.sagepub.com/content/25/2/237.abstract.
Carlos S. Alvarado, PhD, Visiting Scholar, Rhine Research Center
My last published paper just appeared in History of Psychiatry, a journal published by Sage: “Classic Text No. 98 ‘Visions of the Dying’, by James H Hyslop (1907)” (History of Psychiatry, 2014, 25, 237–252; for a PDF reprint write to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org). It is a reprint of a 1907 paper written by American philosopher and psychical researcher James H. Hyslop (1854-1920) about deathbed visions. The paper appeared in a section of the journal devoted to texts from the past.
Deathbed visions have been of interest to psychical researchers and others since the nineteenth century. This Classic Text presents a reprint of an article on ‘Visions of the Dying’ published in 1907 in the Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research by philosopher and psychical researcher James H. Hyslop (1854–1920)…
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