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251. New Proofs of God [Books] [de Grazia books]
... it was fully known that only the hardiest of souls could cope with the revelations of the first ages, could endure the historicity of the apocalypse. It is possible to absorb the theories of quantavolution solely in the form of science, eschewing all contact with the religious experience as truth, while pursuing every avenue to religious experience as sociological and psychological fact. That is, quantavolution would only ask of its students that they exercise its hypotheses and evidence according to the current general methodology of science. This would be the more comfortable and easier choice. Alternatively, however, one may confront the issue of the religious truth contained in this body of revolutionary theories, probing, inquiring whether ...
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... attend our First Regional Seminar Open to the Public Sponsored by KRONOS, a Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis, Glassboro State College, Glassboro, New Jersey Program Director for Seminar: Professor Warner Sizemore, Executive Editor, KRONOS Speakers Kronos Staff Lewis Greenberg, Professor of Art History. Moore College of Art (Philadelphia) David Griffard, Associate Professor of Psychology, Community College of Allegheny County (Pittsburgh) Robert Hewsen, Professor of History, Glassboro State College (Glassboro, New Jersey) Lynn Rose, Professor of Philosophy, SUNY, Buffalo Warner Sizemore. Assistant Professor of Religion, Glassboro State College (Glassboro, New Jersey; Roger Wescott, Rhodes Scholar, Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics ...
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253. Contributors [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. XI No. 3 (Summer 1986) Home | Issue Contents Contributors Ev Cochrane (M .S ., Iowa State); Mr. Cochrane has studied psychology and genetics, receiving a degree in General Graduate Studies. He is currently preparing a book on biological evolution and one on Greek mythology and religion. Sean Mewhinney; A resident of Ottawa, Ontario, Mr. Mewhinney has been working seasonally as a taxation clerk for the past eight years. His avocation is ancient astronomy. Lynn E. Rose (Ph.D ., University of Pennsylvania); Dr. Rose is Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at ...
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254. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Workshop Vol 5 No 2 (Apr 1983) Home | Issue Contents Bookshelf THE ORIGIN OF CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE BREAKDOWN OF THE BICAMERAL MIND by Julian Jaynes (reprinted by Pelican Books 1982). First published in the USA in 1976, this book has a revolutionary central hypothesis. Jaynes, a research psychologist at Princeton University, applies his knowledge of the working of the human brain to understanding the mind of ancient man. The consequences of his thesis are of immense importance for all those who study ancient history, mythology, and religions. THE GREAT EVOLUTION MYSTERY by Gordon Rattray Taylor (Secker, 1983). When the late Mr Taylor, a scientific journalist ...
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255. Additional Symposia [Journals] [Pensee]
... From: Pensée Vol. 4 No 2: (Spring 1974) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered VII" Home | Issue Contents Additional Symposia University of Lethbridge: "Velikovsky and Cultural Amnesia" May 9-10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Coordinator: Prof. J. T. Hamilton, Chairman, Psychology Department "Palaetiology of Human Fears," Prof. Alfred De Grazia (New York University) "Velikovsky and the New Anthropology," Patrick Doran (Department of Anthropology, McMaster University) "Social Function in Historic Arts as a Basis for Periodization in Ancient History," Prof. Alan Gowans (Chairman, Department of History in Art, University of Victoria) "Catastrophism ...
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... theories and his book. The cited magazines described Velikovsky's book in glowing terms [141, 209, 217, 218, 271, 284]: a major synthesis of many disciplines, reflecting a thorough knowledge of such fields as anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, biology, chemistry, classical literature, folklore, geology, paleontology, physics, psychology, religion, world history; massive documentation from many texts- Old Testament, Talmud, Egyptian papyri- and from diverse traditions and legends: of Arabia, Babylonia, China, Finland, Greece, Iceland, India, Japan, Mexico, the Pacific Islands, Persia, Peru, Rome, Siberia, Tibet, West Africa. ...
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257. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... demonstrated, and if this could be constructed, it would be the greatest discovery in the history of applied heat transfer and thermodynamics. But, except for a few of us "cranks" and "crackpots" in the scientific community, no "alternative hypothesis" exists which is worth a moment's notice. It is very interesting from a psychological viewpoint. Oh how the establishment howls and objects if I come up with a "mathematical speculation" of even modest proportions which is to give support to one of my ideas! It will be shouted from the ivy rooftops that I have no "adequate experimental basis" for my "outrageous theory". But Sagan? Or Asimov ...
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... with their peers and in the accustomed manner in their own discipline: "it did not seem to matter .. . whether the arguments used were correct or not, since it was known that Velikovsky was wrong- if not for these reasons, then for other reasons. . The same assumption also led Velikovsky's attackers, by a familiar psychological process, to assume that since Velikovsky was wrong, evidence to that effect must exist . . ." [191 : 136- 37]. Perhaps that does explain the lack of care and rigor shown by Payne-Gaposchkin [287, 289] and by Menzel [247], for example. At any rate, the lessons are clear ...
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259. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... early church tried to absorb the Mother Goddess cults of its pagan converts by the introduction of the Virgin Mary, but this pure, chaste aspect seems not to have been entirely satisfactory to a population deeply imbued with a sense of the dual aspect of the Mother Goddess in her morning and evening star roles. There appears to be a deep-seated psychological need to worship (or placate?) the sinister morning star aspect and its suggestion that these black madonnas, sometimes openly associated with Mary Magdalene instead of the Virgin Mary, are today's representatives of ancient beliefs not yet relinquished. It was suggested that, as Solomon was a devotee of the Queen of Heaven, perhaps the "Song ...
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... 1947-2002)Charles Raspil died of colonic cancer on January 7, 2002, a little over a month following the publication of our previous issue. Raspil earned a BA degree in Political Science from the City College of New York, acted as a representative for the City of New York at Administrative Law Hearings, wrote and lectured at conferences on Psychology and Alternate Consciousness at Colorado State University, and conducted courses on the practical utilization of psychic abilities. The readers of this periodical may know him better as a researcher and writer on cosmic catastrophism. Originally intrigued by the theories of Immanuel Velikovsky and, later, to a certain extent, by the studies of the so-called Saturnists, he ...
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