Contributors

HAROLD W. BALDWIN is assistant professor of philosophy at the University of South Alabama, where he is developing a philosophy of science course incorporating parapsychological issues. His current research is in the philosophy of social science.

JOHN BELOFF is professor of psychology at The University of Edinburgh. His writings include The Existence of Mind ( 1962) and New Directions in Parapsychology ( 1974), as well as many contributions to parapsychological journals. Dr. Beloff is a past president of the Society for Psychical Research.

STEPHEN E. BRAUDE is associate professor of philosophy at the University of Maryland -- Baltimore County. A specialist in the philosophy of language, Professor Braude has written papers on temporal notions in logic and language which have appeared in Philosophical Studies, Analysis, and The Philosophical Review.

PERCY WILLIAMS BRIDGMAN ( 1882-1961) took his Ph.D. in physics from Harvard University and taught there for forty-four years. His book, The Logic of Modern Physics ( 1927), introduced the notion of operational definition into discussions of scientific method.

BOB BRIER is associate professor of philosophy at C.W. Post College. He was a research fellow at the Institute for Parapsychology and coeditor of Parapsychology Today ( 1968) with J.B. Rhine. A frequent contributor to philosophical and parapsychological journals, Professor Brier is also the author of Precognition and the Philosophy of Science ( 1974).

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