Orig. pub. in 1973 by Hutchinson & Co. Ltd., London.
See index for references to Jung.
Part 1 - Telepathy or not--or what?. Introduction - Alister Hardy. Planning the experiments - Alister Hardy. Experimental results - Alister Hardy and Robert Harvie. The control or mock "experiments," - Robert Harvie. General discussion - Alister Hardy & Robert Harvie. Part 2 - Probability and serendipity - Robert Harvie. Part 3 - Anecdotal cases - Arthur Koestler. Part 4 - Speculations on problems beyond our present understanding - Arthur Koestler. Convergences and clusterings. Order from disorder. The 'hidden variables". Appendices
'I thiink there can be no doubt tht if telepathy could be demonstrated experimentally in such a way that the results wouold be fully accepted by the scientific world--in fact to become a part of true science--then it must have profound philosophical consequences. Not only would it influence the course of academic philosophy, but it would, I believe, have a considerable impact upon thought in the fields of both religion and science. I venture to think that it would have in this century an effect similar in magnitude to that which the acceptance of evolution theory had in the last.' --Introduction