metapsychic

metapsychic

(ˌmɛtəˈsaɪkɪk) or

metapsychical

adj
(Psychology) relating to metapsychics
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The specific agenda of L'Italia futurista was stimulated by the Florentine scientific and philosophical milieu, in which spiritualistic, metapsychic and neo-idealist ideas circulated widely.
This journal (1890-1920) was founded by Charles Richet to combat the lack of interest in medical circles as regards 'metapsychic' research.
After recalling, like many others before him, that societies are criss-crossed by conflicting dynamics with opposing value systems and world-views, he shows how the metapsychic question shaped culture for one hundred and thirty years before it was displaced.
Piper and the subliminal consciousness: How the single fact of the existence of metapsychic phenomena, considered in relation to the law of evolution and without considering the spiritist hypothesis, is enough to demonstrate the survival of the spirit after death].
Projets et buts de recherches de l'Institut Metapsychique International de Paris [Research projects and goals of the International Metapsychic Institute in Paris].
[Ideoplasty as the guiding hypothesis of metapsychic studies] L'etat actuel des recherches psychiques (pp.
A more direct attempt to study the "cortical" aspects of the "metapsychic trance" were the electro-encephalographic studies conducted by Orlando Canavesio.
The strategy of expulsion, or rejection, was mainly used against what some perceived to be illegitimate applications of hypnosis, including those related to Spiritism and metapsychics. "Its purpose," writes Gonzalez de Pablo, "consisted in 'cleaning up' hypnosis, that is, to purge it of any type of 'impurity' that casted a shadow over its scientific validity" (p.
Investigating the supernatural; from spiritism and occultism to psychical research and metapsychics in France, 1853-1931.
Investigating the Supernatural: From Spiritism and Occultism to Psychical Research and Metapsychics in France, 18531931.
More details about French "metapsychics" would have helped readers to understand better the brief statement that some researchers associated with the Institut Metapsychique International were not into the topic of survival of bodily death (p.