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^ Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4. Expounds a philosophy called Pragmatism by William James, which here takes account of the human desire for immortality. BR Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4/CP/philos


Myers, F.W.H. FRAGMENTS OF PROSE AND POETRY, reviewed by Walter Leaf, Proceedings 19, 1905, pp. 342-5. Fragments collected and edited by the researcher's wife. BR/Biog


Sidis, Boris. MULTIPLE PERSONALITY: AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 INTO THE NATURE OF HUMAN INDIVIDUALITY, reviewed by W. McDougall, Proceedings 19, 1905, pp. 345-353. Describes a case of total amnesia, in which a man, following a fall, loses all understanding of the external world and Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 has to re-learn how to walk and talk, which he does rapidly. Subsequently he recovers his memory, but now has to integrate his new personality with the former Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4. BR/CP/multi/memor


^ Eleanor M. Sidgwick & A. Sidgwick. HENRY SIDGWICK: A MEMOIR, reviewed by Frank Podmore, Proceedings 19, 1907, pp. 432-50. Excerpts from diaries and letters. Podmore here offers an extensive resumé of the career of the Society Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4's co-founder. BR/Biog


Hyslop, James H. BORDERLAND OF PSYCHICAL RESEARCH, reviewed by Hereward Carrington, Proceedings 19, 1907, pp. 451-5. Survey by an American researcher, pointing out that much material included in the ambit Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 of the paranormal can be explained as the natural workings of the mind. Covers hallucinations, subconscious action, mind and body, hypnotism, etc. BR/CP/gen


Hyslop, James H. ENIGMAS OF PSYCHICAL RESEARCH, reviewed Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 by Hereward Carrington, Proceedings 19, 1907, pp. 451-5. Covers crystal gazing, telepathy, dreams, apparitions, clairvoyance, premonitions, mediums, etc. BR/CP/gen


Hyslop, James H. SCIENCE AND A FUTURE LIFE, reviewed by Hereward Carrington, Proceedings Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 19, 1907, pp. 451-5. Analysis of research on Leonora Piper. BR/MM/lp


Jastrow, Joseph. THE SUBCONSCIOUS, reviewed by Frank Podmore, Proceedings 19, 1907, pp. 455-60. '…offers a comprehensive and sober-minded survey of the manifestations of the subconscious, alike in normal Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 and in abnormal conditions, and a cautious attempt to explain them in accordance with the general principles of biological evolution.' BR/CP


Tuckey, C. Lloyd. TREATMENT BY HYPNOTISM AND SUGGESTION, Journal 13, 1907, pp Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4. 46-7. New edition of a well-known work. ‘…interesting and instructive…’ BR/CP/hypn


Tuckey, Chas. Lloyd. TREATMENT BY HYPNOTISM AND SUGGESTION: OR, PSYCHO-THERAPEUTICS, reviewed by Frank Podmore, Proceedings 21, 1908, pp. 149-56. '…sober Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 and comprehensive statement of the present position and achievement of hypnotism in therapeutics', including case histories. BR/CP/hypn/therap


Forel, August. HYPNOTISM OR SUGGESTION AND PSYCHOTHERAPY, reviewed by Chas. Lloyd Tuckey, Proceedings Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 21, 1908, pp. 156-60. Well-received study by an experienced practitioner, translated from the original German. BR/CP/hypn/therap


Clouston, T.S. THE HYGIENE OF MIND, reviewed by Chas. Lloyd Tuckey, Proceedings 21, 1908, pp. 160-63. Study on therapeutic hypnotism Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 for the educated lay reader. BR/therap


Hamilton, Mary. INCUBATION, OR THE CURE OF DISEASE IN PAGAN TEMPLES AND CHRISTIAN CHURCHES, reviewed by M.A. Bayfield, Proceedings 21, 1908, pp. 162-3. Investigates the custom of seeking Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 healing from injury, disease or mental affliction by sleeping in the temple of a god. BR/CP/heal/relig


Carrington, Hereward. THE PHYSICAL PHENOMENA OF SPIRITUALISM, FRAUDULENT AND GENUINE, reviewed by Perovsky Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4-Petrovo-Solovovo, Proceedings 21, 1908, pp. 392-404. A researcher describes in detail the methods of deception employed by slate-writers and other mediums. However he also puts on record those cases, like Home and Leonora Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 Piper that he considers genuine. The reviewer’s ideas of what is real and what is false are at variance with the authors. BR/PM/slate/dh/lp


Morselli, E. PSICOLOGIA E 'SPIRITISMO': IMPRESSIONE E Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 NOTE CRITICHE SUI FENOMENI MEDIANICI DI ESUAPIA PALADINO, reviewed by Eleanor Sidgwick, Proceedings 21, 1908, pp. 516-25. Study of the medium by a renowned nerve-specialist and psychologist, concluding that her séance phenomena are Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 mostly genuine, but are to be explained by hitherto unknown psychical forces rather than by the notion of surviving spirits. BR/PM/ep


^ Barrett, W.F. ON THE THRESHOLD OF A Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 NEW WORLD OF THOUGHT, reviewed by H. Arthur Smith, Journal 13, 1908, pp. 275-6. Discusses the failure of psychical research after 25 years to establish the genuineness of its subject matter. BR/TI


Boirac, Emile. LA PSYCHOLOGIE Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 INCONNUE: INTRODUCTUION ET CONTRIBUTION A L’ETUDE EXPERIMENTALE DES SCIENCES PSYCHIQUES, reviewed by Eleanor Sidgwick, Journal 13, 1908, pp. 285-8. Argues for a ‘psychic force’ emanating from some human bodies in a way to Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 influence others, which the author regards as the basis of telepathy and psychokinesis. BR/MP/radiat/telepath/pk/fran


Carrington, Hereward. VITALITY, FASTING AND NUTRITION, reviewed by T.W. Mitchell, Journal 13, 1908, pp. 288-92. Urges Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 fasting as a cure for disease, too uncritically in the opinion of the reviewer. BR/CP/medic


D’Albe, E.E. Fournier. NEW LIGHT ON IMMORTALITY, reviewed by F.J.M. Stratton, Journal 14, 1909, pp. 78-9. Metaphysical Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 speculations by a psychical researcher, criticised for too easy acceptance of supernormal phenomena and lacking any support from known science. BR/TI/meta


Worcester, E., et al. THE MORAL CONTROL OF NERVOUS DISORDERS Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4, reviewed by Mitchell, T.W. Journal 14, 1909, pp. 100-104. Describes a Christian approach to healing by psychotherapy. BR/CP/heal/relig


MacDonald, D.B. THE RELIGIOUS ATTITUDE AND LIFE IN ISLAM, reviewed by M Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4.A. Bayfield, Journal 14, 1909, pp. 162-4. Study in comparative religion. BR/GD/relig


Lodge, Oliver. THE SURVIVAL OF MAN, reviewed by H. Arthur Smith, Journal 14, 1909, pp. 178-80. Full, sympathetic review of evidence accumulated by the Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 Society. BR/GD


Münsterberg, Hugo. PSYCHOTHERAPY, reviewed by W. M’D, Journal 14, 1910, pp. 402-3. Ironic review of a work by a noted sceptic, which seeks to popularise the principles of modern psychology while dogmatically insisting on Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 a mechanistic approach to psychical research. BR/TI/scep/scep-r/psychol/usa


^ Podmore, Frank. THE NEWER SPIRITUALISM, reviewed by M.A. Bayfield, Proceedings 25, 1911, pp. 70-89. Sceptical study covering Myers's theory Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 of the subliminal self, secondary personalities, Eusapia Palladino, Home, Piper and Thompson, and the cross correspondences. BR/PM/CP/ep/dh/lp/rs/gen


^ Tanner, Amy E. STUDIES IN SPIRITISM, reviewed by Andrew Lang and Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 Eleanor Sidgwick, Proceedings 25, 1911, pp. 90-108. A highly sceptical discussion of mediums by two American psychologists, following six sittings with Leonora Piper, here receives trenchant criticism in separate reviews for claimed contradictions, inaccuracies and Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 misrepresentations. BR/MM/lp/scep/scep-r/usa


^ Morison & Lamon [assumed names]. AN ADVENTURE, Proceedings 25, 1911, pp. 353-60. Original book by two Englishwomen describing their 'retrocognitive' experience in Versailles when they seemed Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 to be transported back to the time of Marie Antoinette. The reviewer concludes that the evidence they present is too slight to be of interest to the Society. In a review of the fourth Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 edition (Journal 27, 1931, pp. 139-40), the writer rebuts claims by the book’s authors that its adverse comments were owing to its not having seen supporting documents. BR/PSI-S/retrocog


^ Ellis, Robinson Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4. THE TENTH DECLMATION OF (PSEUDO) QUINTILIAN, reviewed by F.C.S. Schiller, Proceedings 25, 1911, pp. 361-2. Reviews a classic fictional ghost story, in which a deceased young man regularly appears to his mother until Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 his father takes steps to end the haunting. BR/A


^ Flournoy, Theodore. ESPRITS ET MÉDIUMS, MÉLANGES DE MÉTAPHSYCHIQUE ET DE PSYCHOLOGIE, reviewed by M.A. Bayfield, Proceedings 25, 1911, pp. 468-76. Study by the Swiss Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 psychologist and author of From India to the Planet Mars. Flournoy here describes himself as a 'Spiritualist', meaning someone who believes that the soul survives the death of the body in a Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 general sense, as opposed to a 'Spiritist' who takes afterlife accounts through mediums literally. BR/MM/swiss


Wingfield, H.E. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF HYPNOTISM: EXPERIMENTAL AND THERAPEUTIC, Journal 15, 1911, pp. 14-6. Introduction Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 to hypnotism. BR/CP/hypn


Marcel, Viollet, LE SPIRITISME DANS SES RAPPORTS AVEC LA FOLIE, Journal 15, 1911, pp. 45-7. Links belief in spiritualism with mental illness. BR/CP/ment


Hill, J. Arthur. NEW EVIDENCES IN PSYCHICAL Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 RESEARCH, Journal 15, 1911, pp. 47-8. Describes personal experiences of successful mediumistic séances. BR/MM


Elizabeth, A. Sharp. WILLIAM SHARP (FIONA MACLEOD), Journal 15, 1911, pp. 57-63. Memoir of the author’s husband, a writer showing two quite distinct Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 personalities that were nevertheless able to cohabit reasonably harmoniously. This case is discussed in the chapters on ‘Disintegrations of Personality’ in Myers’s Human Personality. BR/CP/multpers


Dickinson, G. Lowes. RELIGION Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 AND IMMORTALITY, Journal 15, 1911, pp. 110-12. Essays on religious faith and the desirability of immortality. BR/GD/relig


Barrett, W.F. PSYCHICAL RESEARCH, Journal 15, 1911, pp. 148-50. Introduction to the work of the Society. BR/TI/introd


Vaschide, N Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4. LES HALLUCINATIONS TÉLÉPATHIQUES, reviewed by Eleanor Sidgwick, Proceedings 26, 1912, pp. 251-5. Attacks the Society's work on apparitions, which the author finds does not tally with his own experiments Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4. Sidgwick argues that he is actually dealing with what the Society would call 'pseudo-hallucinations' and that no useful comparison can be мейд between the two. BR/A/halluc/scep/scep-r


^ McDougall, William. BODY AND Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 MIND: A HISTORY AND A DEFENCE OF ANIMISM, reviewed by Gerald W. Balfour, Proceedings 26, 1912, pp. 344-67. Study of human doctrines and ideas concerning the existence of an animating principle independent Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 of the body. BR/CP


Bleuler, E. DI PSYCHANALYSE FREUDS: VERTEIDIGUNG UND KRITISCHE BEMERKUNGEN, reviewed by V.J. Woolley, Proceedings 26, 1912, pp. 367-9. Article defending Freud against the strong attacks appearing in German scientific and theological publications. BR Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4/CP/freud/germ


Ash, Edwin. FAITH AND SUGGESTION, reviewed by Chas. Lloyd Tuckey, Proceedings 26, 1912, pp. 370-72. Describes the case of a bedridden London girl, apparently near death, who unexpectedly recovered after seeing a vision Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 of an angel who commanded her to get up and walk. BR/DV


Constable, F.C. PERSONALITY AND TELEPATHY, Journal 15, 1912, pp. 223-4. View of human personality as ‘a partial manifestation of Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 a spiritual self existing out of time and space and called…the intuitive self.’ BR/CP/pers


^ Tuckett, Ivor. THE EVIDENCE FOR THE SUPERNATURAL, Journal 15, 1912, pp. 256. Superficial debunking, focusing on weaknesses in the Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 evidential material provided by Leonora Piper which the reviewer argues have been fully acknowledged by psychical researchers. BR/PM/lp/scep


^ THE BELIEF IN PERSONAL IMMORTALITY, reviewed by F.C.S. Schiller, Journal Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 16, 1913, pp. 126-8. The author tries to dismiss the case for immortality, despite having had strong psychical experiences of his own. BR/GD/scep


Carrington, Hereward. PERSONAL EXPERIENCES IN SPIRITUALISM (INCLUDING THE OFFICIAL ACCOUNT AND RECORD OF THE Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 AMERICAN PALLADINO SÉANCES, reviewed by P-P-Solovovo, Proceedings 27, 1914, pp. 176-85. Describes some instances of fraudulent mediums, but follows with the author's personal experience of Eusapia Palladino, who Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 he considers genuine. BR/PM/ep/fraud


Freud, Sigmund. PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF EVERYDAY LIFE, reviewed by Constance E. Long, Proceedings 27, 1914, pp. 411-4. Brief review of Freud's classic work on the workings of the unconscious. BR Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4/CP/freud


Pitt, St. G. L. Fox. THE PURPOSE OF EDUCATION, Journal 16, 1914, pp, 250-51. Urges that education rely less on the concrete and tangible than on the ‘spiritual side of our nature’. BR/TI/educ


Bruce Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4, H. Addington. ADVENTURINGS IN THE PSYCHICAL, Journal 16, 1914, pp. 253-4. Discussion of psychical research. BR/TI


Bergson, Henri. DREAMS, Journal 16, 1914, pp. 317-20. Theories of dreams, compared by the reviewer to Freud’s. BR/CP/freud Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4/psychoanal/dream


Prince, Morton. THE UNCONSCIOUS, THE FUNDAMENTALS OF HUMAN PERSONALITY, NORMAL AND ABNORMAL, reviewed by F.C.S. Schiller, Proceedings 27, 1915, pp. 492-506. Study of disassociation and multiple personality. BR/CP/multi


Maeterlinck, Maurice. THE UNKNOWN GUEST Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4, reviewed by F.C.S. Schiller, Journal 17, 1915, pp. 14-16. Essay based on the Society’s work, welcomed by the reviewer, but also criticised for sometimes betraying an incautious and over-enthusiastic Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 approach. BR/TI


Woods, James H. THE YOGA-SYSTEM OF PATANJALI, Journal 17, 1916, pp. 174-6. Introduction to Yoga. BR/ind/relig


Holt, Henry. ON THE COSMIC RELATIONS, reviewed by W.R. Newbold, Proceedings 29, 1916, pp. 177-85. Discussion of survival evidence Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 through mediums, with particular reference to Leonora Piper. BR/MM/lp


Sidis, Boris. THE FUNDATIONS OF NORMAL AND ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY, reviewed by F.C.S. Schiller, Proceedings 29, 1916, pp. 186-90. Study by the Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 American psychologist, found to be less interesting than the author's previous works. BR/CP/usa


Jung, Carl G. COLLECTED PAPERS ON ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY, reviewed by T.W. Mitchell, Proceedings 29, 1916, pp. 191-6. Articles on Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 the meaning and purpose of dreams. BR/CP/dream/jung/swiss


Prince, Walter F. THE DORIS FISCHER CASE OF MULTIPLE PERSONALITY (IN PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PSYCHICAL RESEARCH) reviewed by Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 F.C.S Schiller, Proceedings 29, 1917, pp. 386-403. Detailed account of the author's investigation and treatment of a case of multiple personality of a nineteen-year-old girl, who he adopted as his Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 daughter and observed over an extended period. See Proceedings 31, 1921, pp. 30-74. BR/CP/multi/usa


Lodge, Oliver. RAYMOND, reviewed by Eleanor Sidgwick, Proceedings 29, 1917, pp. 404-9. See… BR/


Lodge, Oliver. RAYMOND: OR LIFE AND DEATH, Journal 18, 1917, pp. 7-8. Record of Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 communications through the medium Gladys Leonard purporting to come from the surviving spirit of the author’s son, killed in battle. BR/MM/gl/milit


Crawford, W.J. THE REALITY Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 OF PSYCHIC PHENOMENA: RAPS, LEVITATION, ETC, reviewed by Eleanor Sidgwick, Journal 18, 1917, pp. 29-31. Describes sittings with a mediumistic circle in Belfast and includes speculations regarding a materialised ‘cantilever’ as the means by which furniture Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 is levitated. The reviewer argues that the lever is in fact the medium’s leg.

CORRESPONDENCE, pp. 64-7. BR/PM/mater


Barrett, William. ON THE THRESHOLD OF THE UNSEEN, Journal 18, 1917, pp. 58-60. Describes personal Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 experiences with mediums, including Kathleen Goligher, also ouija board sittings and experiments in telepathy. BR/PM/kg


Pearson, Norman. THE SOUL AND ITS STORY, Journal 18, 1917, pp. 60-63, reviewed by F.C.S. Schiller. Discussion of Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 immortality, critiqued by the reviewer. BR/GD


Hill, J. Arthur. PSYCHICAL INVESTIGATIONS, reviewed by M.A. Bayfield, Journal 18, 1917, pp. 83-5. Describes sittings with mental mediums by a psychical researchers sympathetic to the belief Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 in survival. BR/MM


Nicoll, Maurice. DREAM PSYCHOLOGY, Journal 18, 1917, pp. 103-4. Maintains with Jung that dreams carry a symbolic purpose and can usefully be interpreted. BR/CP/dream/jung


Coover, John Edgar. EXPERIMENTS IN PSYCHICAL RESEARCH Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4, reviewed by F.C.S. Schiller, Proceedings 30, 1918, pp. 261-73. Voluminous report on thought-transference experiments deemed to have failed to show significant results. The reviewer points to individual cases where significant aberrations were recorded, however Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4. BR/PSI-X/telepath/scep/scep-r


Baggally, W.W. TELEPATHY, GENUINE AND FRAUDULENT, reviewed by M.A. Bayfield, Journal 18, 1918, p. 128. Description of telepathy cases where the investigator detected fraud and Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 others where he did not. BR/PSI-S/telepath/fraud


Streeter, B.H., et al. IMMORTALITY, Journal 18, 1918, pp. 151-2. Essays on survival, covering religious and scientific subjects. BR/GD/relig/scien


Bond, Frederick Bligh. THE Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 GATE OF REMEMBRANCE, Journal 18, 1918, pp. 183-4. Describes automatic scripts that accurately predicted the findings of excavations at Glastonbury Abbey.

GLASTONBURY ABBEY, pp. 248-9, 271-2. Criticisms and responses. BR/MM/arch


Mercier, Charles A. SPIRITUALISM AND SIR OLIVER Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 LODGE, Journal 18, 1918, pp. 198-9. Poorly received debunking. BR/GD/scep/scep-r



Clodd, Edward. THE QUESTION: IF A MAN DIE, SHALL HE LIVE AGAIN? Journal 18, 1918, pp. 199-200. Poorly received debunking. BR/GD/scep/scep-r


Davis, Albert Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 E. HYPNOTISM AND TREATMENT BY SUGGESTION, Journal 18, 1918, pp. 246-8. Introduction to the use of psychotherapy and hypnotism in mental and nervous illnesses. BR/CP/hypn/therap/ment


Hill, J. Arthur. SPIRITUALISM, IT’S Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 HISTORY, PHENOMENA AND DOCTRINE, reviewed by M.A. BAYFIELD, Journal 19, 1919, pp. 70-71. ‘…as admirable an introduction to the study of Psychical Research as could be wished…’ BR/GD/gen


Smith, Hester Travers Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4. VOICES FROM THE VOID, reviewed by J. Arthur Hill, Journal 19, 1919, pp. 71-2. Account of ouija experiments over seven years, referred to by William Barrett in his own writings. BR/MM/ouija


Carrington, Hereward. PSYCHICAL PHENOMENA AND THE Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 WAR, Journal 19, 1919, p. 92. Deals with ‘the normal and supernormal aspects of the psychology’ of the First World War, including various accounts of telepathic and mediumistic experiences suggesting survival. BR/MM/milit


Crawford, W Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4.J. EXPERIMENTS IN PSYCHICAL SCIENCE, Journal 19, 1919, pp. 105-7. More detail on the Belfast investigator’s researches on the Goligher circle, and his speculations on a materialised ‘cantilever’, sympathetically reviewed. BR/PM/mater


^ Bozzano, Ernesto Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4. DEI FENOMENI D’INFESTAZIONE, Journal 19, 1919, pp. 107-8. Review of psychical research by a prominent Italian investigator. The reviewer offers a short critique of the chapter on poltergeists. BR/P/gen/ital


Hyslop Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4, James. LIFE AFTER DEATH: PROBLEMS OF THE FUTURE LIFE AND ITS NATURE, reviewed by F.C.S. Schiller, Journal 19, 1919, pp. 130-32. Detailed discussion by the American investigator of the theoretical background to spirit Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 survival and communication.

CORRESPONDENCE, Journal 19, 1920, pp. 197-8. BR/GD/usa


Jones, Ernest. PAPERS ON PSYCHO-ANALYSIS, reviewed by T.W. Mitchell, Proceedings 31, 1920, pp. 94-102. Favours the Freudian approach to the unconscious and dismisses rival views of Jung Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 and Myers. BR/CP/freud/jung


Troland, Leonard T. A TECHNIQUE FOR THE EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TELEPATHY AND OTHER ALLEGED CLAIRVOYANT PROCESSES, reviewed by F.C.S. Schiller, Proceedings 31, 1920, pp. 218-23. A Harvard psychologist Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4, entrusted with telepathy research aimed primarily at fulfilling the terms of a bequest, proposes a mathematical approach. However the experiments were unsuccessful and the reviewer doubts the value of the method. BR Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4/PSI-X/telepath


Freud, Sigmund. TOTEM AND TABOO, reviewed by J.C. Flügel, Proceedings 31, 1920, 224-8. Freud's classic work, subtitled 'resemblances between the psychic lives of savages and neurotics.' BR/CP/anthrop Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4/freud


Jones, E.H. THE ROAD TO ENDOR, reviewed by W.H. Salter, Proceedings 31, 1920, pp. 229-41. British officers imprisoned in Turkey resort to complex and successful trickery with a ouija board as part of Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 an escape plan. BR/milit


Hackett, J.T. MY COMMONPLACE BOOK, Journal 19, 1920, pp. 143-4. Quotations from literature assembled by a friend of Richard Hodgson. BR/lit


Richardson, C.A. SPIRITUAL PLURALISM AND RECENT Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 PHILOSOPHY, reviewed by F.C.S.Schiller, Journal 19, 1920, pp. 201-4. A philosopher draws on psychical research for metaphysical speculations. BR/TI/philos


Benton, William E. MAN-MAKING FROM OUT OF THE MISTS TO BEYOND THE VEIL, Journal Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4 19, 1920, p. 204. ‘Compilation of data having a human interest, from the habitability of the planets to the price of radium.’ BR/gen


Bond, F. Bligh. THE HILL OF VISION, Journal 19, 1920, pp Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4. 235-6. Description of scripts offering prophecies relating to the 1914-18 war, including its final end, by the automatist responsible for scripts that predicted the finding of the Edgar Chapel at Glastonbury. BR/MM/arch/milit Schiller, F.C.S. HUMANISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS, reviewed by F.N. Hales, Proceedings 18, 1904, pp. 501-4/precog


^ Galloway, George. THE IDEAL OF IMMORTALITY: ITS DEVELOPMENT AND VALUE, reviewed by F.C.S. Schiller, Journal 19, 1920, pp. 249-51. A cleric’s view of survival. BR/GD/relig


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