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The Law of Psychic Phenomena
     

The Law of Psychic Phenomena

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by Thomas Jay Hudson
 

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I DO not expect this book to stand upon its literary merits; for if it is unsound in principle, felicity of diction cannot save it, and if sound, homeliness of expression cannot destroy it. My primary object in offering it to the public is to assist in bringing Psychology within the domain of the exact sciences. That this has never been accomplished is owing to the

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I DO not expect this book to stand upon its literary merits; for if it is unsound in principle, felicity of diction cannot save it, and if sound, homeliness of expression cannot destroy it. My primary object in offering it to the public is to assist in bringing Psychology within the domain of the exact sciences. That this has never been accomplished is owing to the fact that no successful attempt has been made to formulate a working hypothesis sufficiently comprehensive to embrace all psychic phenomena.
It has, however, long been felt by the ablest thinkers of our time that all psychic manifestations of the human intellect, normal or abnormal, whether designated by the name of mesmerism, hypnotism, somnambulism, trance, spiritism, demonology, miracle, mental therapeutics, genius, or insanity, are in some way related; and consequently, that they are to be referred to some general principle or law, which, once understood, will simplify and correlate the whole subject-matter, and possibly remove it from the domain of the supernatural.

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BN ID:
2940013127609
Publisher:
Law Psychic Books
Publication date:
08/18/2011
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NOOK Book
File size:
129 KB

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The Law Of Psychic Phenomena 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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I freaking hate it when books are listed but have no discriptions. Its so irritating when you are interested in the topic but they dont give you any idea of how the author wrote it or the main topic or something