Higher Superstition

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


     "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

James M. Clark                  CLARK at UWPG02.BITNET  (note ZERO-TWO)
Department of Psychology        CLARK at UWPG02.UWINNIPEG.CA
University of Winnipeg          (204) 786-9737
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada      (204) 786-1824 FAX
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