SPECIAL ISSUE: SHELDRAKE AND HIS CRITICS:
The Sense Of Being Glared At

Edited by Anthony Freeman

List of Contributors

Editorial Introduction

Anthony Freeman
The Sense of Being Glared At: What Is It Like to be a Heretic?  full text

Target Papers

Rupert Sheldrake
The Sense of Being Stared At Part 1: Is it Real or Illusory?
The Sense of Being Stared At Part 2: Its Implications for Theories of Vision

Open Peer Review

Anthony P. Atkinson
Staring at the Back Of Someone’s Head Is No Signal, And a Sense of Being Stared At Is No Sense
Ian S. Baker
Nomenclature and Methodology
Susan Blackmore
Confusion Worse Confounded
William Braud
The Sense of Being Stared At: Fictional, Physical, Perceptual, or Attentional/Intentional?
Jean E. Burns
Detection of Staring — Psi or Statistical Artifact?
R.H.S. Carpenter
Does Scopesthesia Imply Extramission?
Chris Clarke
The Sense of Being Stared At: Its Relevance to the Physics of Consciousness
Ralph Ellis
The Ambiguity of ‘In Here/Out There’ Talk: In What Sense Is Perception ‘Out in the World’?
David Fontana
Rupert Sheldrake and the Staring Effect
Christopher C. French
A Closer Look at Sheldrake’s Treatment of Rattee’s Data
Dean Radin
The Sense of Being Stared At: A Preliminary Meta-Analysis
Marilyn Schlitz
The Discourse of Controversial Science: The Sceptic–Proponent Debate on Remote Staring
Stefan Schmidt
Comments on Sheldrake’s ‘The Sense of Being Stared At’
Max Velmans
Are We Out of Our Minds?

Author's Response

Rupert Sheldrake
The Non-Visual Detection of Staring: Response to Commentators
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