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Science and Psychical Research
I WOULD like to thank Mr. Campbell Swinton for his letter criticising my article on “Science and Psychical Research” in NATURE for July 31 last. With what he says on the subject of spiritualism IExpand
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The History of Spiritualism
THE recent publication of two large volumes entitled “The History of Spiritualism” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is perhaps a suitable occasion on which men of science may once again turn their thoughtsExpand
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Elasticity and Entomology
IN NATURE for June 22 (vol. xcvii., p. 340) there appeared an interesting letter under the above heading from the pen of Prof. Bryan. Perhaps I may be permitted to contribute some further remarks onExpand
Science and Psychical Research
As I shall be shortly leaving for New Zealand, perhaps a little space may be granted me to reply to a number of letters which have appeared in the recent issues of NATURE, from the pens of Sir BryanExpand
Science and Psychical Research
MY departure for New Zealand having been delayed for a month, perhaps I may be allowed a short reply to Sir Bryan Donkin's remarks in NATURE of Nov. 6. Sir Bryan and myself have come much closer inExpand
Dragonflies in Folk-lore
IN recent years NATURE has adopted the very interesting departure of taking notice, by review or otherwise, of contemporary novels which hold some special interest for science, either (as in the caseExpand
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[Letters to Editor]
LIKE Mr. Campbell Swinton, Dr. Lotsy confuses psychical research with spiritualism; he then charges me with reproaching Huxley for refusing to be interested in the latter! If he will again readExpand
Evidence of Survival of a Human Personality
I HAVE just been able to see NATURE of Aug. 18 before leaving America for Australia, and must ask permission to reply to the editorial article in that issue referring to my report, which, as you wereExpand
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Evidence of Survival of a Human Personality
Abstract“We are sitting in front of one of Nature's shows as a respectful audience. We are not to blame for the phenomena. We don't manufacture them. We don't have to defend them or explain them.Expand
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