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1.
  “Toward a Theory of Recurrence.” Noûs 5 (1971): 191-197.
2.
  “Tensed Sentences and Free Repeatability.” Philosophical Review 82 (1973): 188-214.
3.
  Are Verbs Tensed or Tenseless?Philosophical Studies 25 (1974): 373-390.
4.
  “Tenses, Analyticity, and Time's Eternity.” Philosophia 6 (1976): 39-48.
5.
  “Tenses and Meaning Change.” Analysis 37 (1976): 41-44.
6.
  “On the Meaning of 'Paranormal'.” In Jan K. Ludwig (ed.) Philosophy and Parapsychology. New York: Prometheus Press, 1978: 227-44.
7.
  “Telepathy.” Noûs 12 (1978): 267-30l.
8.
  “Objections to an Information-Theoretic Approach to Synchronicity.” Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 73 (1979): 179-193.
9.
  “Reply to Dr. Gatlin.” Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 73 (1979): 325-330.
10.
  “Reply to Drs. Rudolph and Stanford.” Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 74 (1980): 258-263.
11.
  “The Observational Theories in Parapsychology: A Critique.” Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 73 (1979): 349-366.
12.
  Selected Poems by Patience Worth (reparsed, with introduction). In New Directions in Prose and Poetry 40 (New York: New Directions Publishing Corp., 1980): 155-66.
13.
  Commentary on Hyman's “Pathological Science”. Zetetic Scholar No. 6 (1980): 42-43. Reprinted in R. Hyman, The Elusive Quarry (Buffalo: Prometheus, 1989): 254-56.
14.
  “Taxonomy and Theory in Psychokinesis.” In B. Shapin & L. Coly (eds.), Concepts and Theories of Parapsychology. New York: Parapsychology Foundation, 1981: 37-54.
15.
  “The Holographic Analysis of Near-Death Experiences: The Perpetuation of Some Deep Mistakes.” Essence: Issues in the Study of Aging, Dying and Death 5 (1981): 53-63.
16.
  “Precognitive Attrition and Theoretical Parsimony.” Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 76 (1982): 143-155.
17.
  “Radical Provincialism in the Life Sciences: A Review of Rupert Sheldrake's A New Science of Life.” Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 77 (1983): 63-78.
18.
  “You Can Say That Again.” Philosophic Exchange 17 (1986): 59-78.
19.
  “Reply to M.H. Coleman.” Journal of the Society for Psychical Research 53 (1986): 244-246.
20.
  “Psi and Our Picture of the World.” Inquiry 30 (1987): 277-294.
21.
  When Science is Non-Scientific.Journal of Near Death Studies 6 (1987): 113-118.
22.
  “Death by Observation: A Reply to Millar.” Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 82 (1988): 273-280.
23.
  How to Dismiss Evidence Without Really Trying.Behavioral and Brain Sciences 10 (1987): 573-574.
24.
  “Some Recent Books on Multiple Personality and Dissociation.” Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 82 (1988): 339-352.
25.
  “Mediumship and Multiple Personality.” Journal of the Society for Psychical Re­search 55 (1988): 177-195.
26.
  “Evaluating the Super-Psi Hypothesis.” In G.K. Zollschan, J.F. Schumaker, and G.F. Walsh (eds), Exploring the Paranormal: Perspectives on Belief and Experience. Dorset: Prism, 1989: 25-38.
27.
  “Multiple Personality and the Structure of the Self.” In D. Kolak and R. Martin (eds), Self and Identity: Contemporary Philosophical Issues. New York & Toronto: MacMillan, 1991: 134-144.
28.
  “Limping Toward the Millennium.” President's Message, 1991, PA News & Annual Report, March, 1991. Reprinted in Italian, in Quaderna di Parapsicologia 22 (Oct. 1991): 7-12. Reprinted in German, in Zeitschrift für Parapsychologie und Grenzgebiete der Psychologie 33 (1991): 157-165.
29.
  “Survival or Super-Psi?” Journal of Scientific Exploration 6 (1992): 127-144. Reprinted in Darshana International 32 (1992): 8-28.
30.
  “Reply to Stevenson.” Journal of Scientific Exploration 6 (1992): 151-155.
31.
  “Getting Clear About Wholeness.” In K.R. Rao (ed.) Cultivating Consciousness. New York: Praeger, 1993: 25-37.
32.
  "Psi and the Nature of Abilities.” Journal of Parapsychology, 56 (1992): 205-228. Also in J. Morris (ed.) Research in Parapsychology, 1991. Metuchen, N.J. & London: Scarecrow Press, 1994: 193-220. (Click for archive on this site.)
33.
  “The Fear of Psi Revisited, or It's the Thought that Counts.” ASPR Newsletter 28, No. 1 (1993): 8-11.
34.
  “Does Awareness Require a Location?: A Response to Woodhouse” New Ideas in Psychology 12 (1994): 17-21.
35.
  “The Language of Improvisation.” International Jazz Archives Journal 1, No. 2 (1994): 4-13.
36.
  “Dissociation and Survival: A Reappraisal of the Evidence.” In L. Coly & J.D.S. McMahon (eds.), Parapsychology and Thanatology. New York: Parapsychology Foundation (1995): 208-228.
37.
  “ESP Phenomena, Philosophical Implications Of .” In D.M. Borchert (ed.), Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Supplement. New York: Macmillan (1996): 146-147.
38.
  Commentary on “The Social Relocation of Personal Identity.” Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 2 (1995): 205-8.
39.
  “Two Ways of Taking Charge.” International Jazz Archives Journal 1, No. 3 (1995): 189-193.
40.
  “Multiple Personality and Moral Responsibility.” Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 3 (1996): 37-54.
41.
    “Postmortem Survival: The State of the Debate.” In M. Stoeber and H. Meynell (eds), Critical Reflections on the Paranormal. Albany: SUNY Press (1996): 177-196.
42.
  “Braude’s Reply to Almeder’s ‘Recent Responses to Survival Research’.” Journal of Scientific Exploration 10 (1996): 519-523.
43.
  Commentary on “A Discursive Account of Multiple Personality Disorder.” Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 4 (1997): 223-226.
44.
  “Some Thoughts on Parapsychology and Religion.” In C. Tart (ed), Body, Mind, Spirit. Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads (1997): 118-127.
45.
  “Reply to Dr. Cook’s Review.” Journal of Parapsychology 6 (1997): 49-52.
46.
  “Peirce on the Paranormal.” Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 34 (1998): 199-220.
47.
  “Terminological Reform in Parapsychology: A Giant Step Backwards.” Journal of Scientific Exploration 12 (1998): 141-150.
48.
  Commentary on “False Memory Syndrome and the Authority of Personal Memory-Claims.Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 5 (1998): 299-304.
49.
  “Paranormal Phenomena.” In E. Craig (ed), Encyclopedia of Philosophy. London & New York: Routledge (1998).
50.
  “Dissociation and Latent Abilities: The Strange Case of Patience Worth,” Journal of Trauma and Dissociation 1 no. 2 (2000): 13-48.
51.
  “The Problem of Super Psi.” In F. Steinkamp (ed), Parapsychology, Philosophy, and the Mind: A Festschrift in Honor of John Beloff’s 80th Birthday. Jefferson, NC & London: McFarland (forthcoming).
52.
  “Out-of-Body Experiences and Survival of Death.” International Journal of Parapsychology 12 (2001): 77-122.
53.
  "The Creativity of Dissociation." Journal of Trauma and Dissociation 3 no. 3 (2002) : 5-26.
54.   "The Nature and Significance of Dissociation." In J. Radden (ed.), The Philosophy of Psychiatry: A Companion. Oxford University Press (2004): 106-117.
55.   "Counting Persons and Living with Alters: Comments on Matthews." Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology 10 (2003): 153-156.
56.  

"Les Psychographies de Ted Serios." In C. Chéroux and A. Fischer (eds), Le Troisième Oeil: La photographie et l’ occulte. Gallimard (2004): 155-157. Reprinted as "The Thoughtography of Ted Serios." In C. Chéroux and A. Fischer (eds), The Perfect Medium: Photography and the Occult. New Haven: Yale University Press (2005): 155-157.

57.   "Personal Identity and Postmortem Survival." Social Philosophy and Policy 22, No. 2 (2005): 226-249. Reprinted in E.F. Paul, F.D. Miller, & J. Paul (eds) Personal Identity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2005): 226-249.
58.   "Memory without a Trace." European Journal of Parapsychology 21, Special Issue (2006): 182-202. (Has also been reprinted online at AntiMatters, vol. 1 no. 1 (2007).
59.   "The Fear of Psi: It's the Thought that Counts." In Taylor, G. (Ed.): Darklore Volume 2, Daily Grail Publishing, Brisbane (2008): 99-111.
60.   "The Conceptual Unity of Dissociation: A Philosophical Argument." In P.F. Dell & J.A.O'Neil (Eds). Dissociation and the Dissociative Disorders: DSM-V and Beyond. New York: Routledge (2009): 27-36.
61.   "Dissociative Identity Disorder." In T. Bayne, A. Cleeremans & P. Wilken (eds) The Oxford Companion to Consciousness. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2009): 234-235.
62.   "Perspectival Awareness and Postmortem Survival." Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 23 (2009): 195-210.
63.   "My Career on the Margins." In R. Pilkington (Ed.): Men and Women of Parapsychology: Personal Reflections: Espirit, Volume 2. San Antonio & New York: Anomalist Books (2013): 89-102.
64.   "Macro-Psychokinesis." In E. Cardeña, J. Palmer & D. Marcusson-Clavertz (eds), Parapsychology: A Handbook for the 21st Century (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015): 258-265.

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Crimes of Reason by Stephen Braude CRIMES OF REASON
ON MIND, NATURE, AND THE PARANORMAL

Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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"Stephen Braude is a professional philosopher and well established author both of books and articles who is particularly noted for two things.

One is for his work in certain Borderland areas in which topics within philosophy, psychology, parapsychology and psychiatry meet, overlap and interact (or should interact). The other is for the clarity and pithiness of expression with which he handles abstruse and difficult issues.

He has a gift for analogies, often amusing ones, which cut through layers of nonsense (often pretentious nonsense loaded with jargon) and expose the nub of a question. If Braude's views are correct – and they are certainly cogently argued – these topics are potentially of considerable and wide-ranging importance."

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The Gold Leaf Lady and Other Parapsychological Investigations by Stephen Braude - CLICK HERE FOR REVIEWERS' COMMENTS The Gold Leaf Lady and Other
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University of Chicago Press, 2007

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Immortal Remains: The Evidence for Life After Death Immortal Remains:
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Rowman & Littlefield, 2003

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ESP and Psychokinesis:
A Philosophical Examination

Revised edition, Brown Walker Press, 2002
Temple University Press, 1979

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The Limits of Influence:
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Routledge, 1986

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Multiple Personality and the
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