Higher Superstition

clark at uwpg02.uwinnipeg.ca clark at uwpg02.uwinnipeg.ca
Sat Jul 9 19:40:10 EST 1994


Hi

     "Higher Superstition" sounds like a great book.  According to the prior
posting it criticizes some views about science being espoused in non-science
disciplines (e.g., deconstruction).  These pseudo-intellectual analyses are
really contaminating psychology, which has enough trouble already maintaining a
valid scientific orientation to its subject matter.  Could someone post more
information about the book (e.g., authors, ISBN, publisher)?  Thanks.

Best Wishes
Jim

James M. Clark                  CLARK at UWPG02.BITNET  (note ZERO-TWO)
Department of Psychology        CLARK at UWPG02.UWINNIPEG.CA
University of Winnipeg          (204) 786-9737
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