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'Telepathy and mind-brain dualism': Comment

Type: Journal

Article title : 'Telepathy and mind-brain dualism': Comment

Author: Rivas, Titus

Year: 1990
Journal: Journal of the Society for Psychical Research
Vol : Issue 56 : 821
Pages: 312-313


Comments on F.B. Dilley's (see PA, Vol 77:29777) series on mind-body dualism that defends the position that telepathy can be understood as clairvoyance and psychokinesis. Examples are presented in which the brain could not provide information on the mental state or memory of another person. Telepathy, as conceived by Dilley, would not be able to deal with these special cases. A reply by Dilley follows.


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Language: English
Country origin: USA

Entry number: 969
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Entered by: Courtenay Young
Entry date: 7 June 2004

Key Phrases: Telepathy - Mind Body Dualism - Parapsychological Phenomena - Professional Criticism
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