The Victorian’s Guide to Consciousness

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A special issue of the Journal of Consciousness Studies to mark the centenary of the death of the pioneer psychologist William James. Contents include an Editor’s Foreword (by Allan Combs) and a Psychological Commentary on the Essays (by Eugene…

Edited by Allan Combs

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A special issue of the Journal of Consciousness Studies to mark the centenary of the death of the pioneer psychologist William James. Contents include an Editor’s Foreword (by Allan Combs) and a Psychological Commentary on the Essays (by Eugene Taylor). The main papers included are: Nineteenth Century Pioneers in the Study of Dissociation: William James and Psychical Research (Carlos S. Alvarado & Stanley Krippner) The Ever-New Flow of Time: Henri Bergson’s View of Consciousness (G. William Barnard) Consciousness Already There Waiting to be Uncovered: William James’s Mystical Suggestion as Corroborated by Himself and his Contemporaries (Jonathan Bricklin) Neurology and the Mind at the Turn of the Century (Allan Combs) Is There Awareness Outside Attention? A Psychological Perspective (Combs, Krippner & Taylor) William James, Conversion, and Rapid, Radical Transformation (Arthur Hastings) William James and the Search for Scientific Evidence of Life After Death: Past, Present, and Possible Future (Gary E. Schwartz) Who Was Frederic William Henry Myers? (Eugene Taylor) Professor Allan Combs holds appointments at the California Institute of Intergral Studies, the Saybrook Graduate School, and is professore emeritus at the University of North Carolina – Asheville.

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