After describing a postmodern philosophy that allows
parapsychological evidence to be taken seriously, Griffin (philosophy
of religion and theology, School of Theology, Claremont and Claremont
Graduate School) examines the evidence of parapsychological activity,
which scientists, philosophers, and theologians have long held in
disdain, arguing for the reality of extrasensory perception and
psychokinesis and advocating a sort of postmodern spirituality.
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