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Bunge, Mario on nonscientific psychology and pseudoscience: A debate (1991)


Description Special issue. Contents: Bunge, Mario: A skeptic's beliefs and disbeliefs. Alcock, James E.: On the importance of methodological skepticism. Bauer, Eberhard, Walter von Lucadou: A strawman called “psi”--Or: What is Professor Bunge afraid of? Blitz, David: The line of demarcation between science and nonscience: The case of psychoanalysis and parapsychology. Boudon, Raymond: On two questions: Should man be considered as rational? How to distinguish science from nonscience? Feyerabend, Paul: It's not easy to exorcize ghosts. Harman, Willis: The epistemological foundations of science reconsidered. Kreweras, Germain: Skepticism and truth. Laucken, Uwe: The ontology of the natural sciences as a truncheon. Moscovici, Serge: Reflections and reactions to the credo of a true believer. Perrez, Meinrad: The difference between everyday knowledge, ideology, and scientific knowledge. Thom, René: A dangerous illusion. Van Rillaer, Jacques: Strategies of dissimulation in the pseudosciences. Bunge, Mario: What is science? Does it matter to distinguish it from pseudoscience? A reply to my commentators.

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