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Science & Spirit Broché – décembre 2010

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HASH(0x8dadd3d8) étoiles sur 5 Remarkable Case Studies from Brazil 2 janvier 2011
Par Stanley Krippner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Most students of parapsychology and psychical research ignore the work of Hernani Guimaraes Andrade, apparently agreeing with Henry Kissinger who famously remarked, "Nothing important ever comes from the South." Science and Spirit is a successful attempt to bring some of Andrade's remakrable contributions to an English-reading audience; his editors have selected three case studies strongly suggestive of reincarnation and poltergeist phenomena. Andrade, an engineer from Sao Paulo who I had the priviledge of visiting several times while he was alive, was a meticulous researcher. The three cases are arranged in semi-legal form, with a narration followed by testimony and other evidence, and concluding with alternative hypotheses such as fraud, coincidence, and ordinary causal effects. In each case, Andrade opts for the parapsychological explanation as the one that is of greatest explanatory value. His readers may agree or disagree with Andrade's analysis, but they will need to admire the skill at which he conducted his observations and interviews. A final chapter is theoretical in nature in which Andrade summarizes his "biological organizing model," a precursor to Sheldrake's morphic fields (credit must be given to Sheldrake for acknolweding this similarity even though he had not heard of Andrade's work at the time that his first book was publsihed). Science and Sprit's only flaw lies in its editing; material is repeated, there are gaps in the narration, and resemblances to similar non-Brazilian investigators are often ignored. However, these three cases represent only a few of the dozens collected by Andrade and his team, and will leave most of his readers eager to savor more of them in future volumes.
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