Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Science And The 'Miraculous' (But Were Afraid To Ask)
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This is great. Congratulations!
Thank you, Paul!
This is a widely awaited work in the rapidly developing field of ‘modern occult studies’ which will inform all students and scholars working in this area of the social and cultural forces impacting the new human science discipline of “experimental psychology.” Around experimental psychology coalesced all the explosive issues of fin-de-siècle science, religion, and occultism that were at stake in public and professional forums. Professor Sommer has provided us with what will be for some time the definitive account of the intricate links between psychical research, academic psychology, and surrounding public platforms which discussed the new expertise in defining and dispersing knowledge.
Thanks for the advance praise, John! (I’m not a professor, though!) 🙂 Very much looking forward to reading your PhD work, by the way.
Congratulations Andreas. I have left a comment at the SMN Facebook Group about this. Suffice to say that I highly recommend you get yourself a copy of “The Afterdeath Journal of an American Philosopher: The World View of William James.” by Jane Roberts, as a resource for your writing of the book. With great expectations, Chris.
Troy (hereinafter called the Reader) looks forward to reading the WORK.
Dr. Sommer – are you still planning on writing a paper about G. Stanley Hall, or should we wait for this information in your forthcoming book?
I’m still working on it, have to get other work out of my hair first, though.
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