THE SENSE OF BEING STARED AT AND OTHER ASPECTS OF THE EXTENDED MIND.

New York: Crown, 2003. Combining the tradition of pragmatic experimentation with a refusal to allow science to fall into dogmaticism, Sheldrake pioneers an intriguing new inquiry into the mysteries of our deepest nature. rogorously researched, yet completely accessible, this groundbraking book provides a refreshing new way of thinking about ourselves and our relationships with other people, with animals, and with the world. Fine condition in a fine dust jacket except for dents to top edges of the boards. Item #9439

369 pages.

Price: $25.00

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