The Religious A priori

What Are Extraordinary Claims?
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Extraordinary Claims require Extraordinary proof: Sources (p2)

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof?


1 Marcelo Truzzi “on some unfair practices toward claims of the Paranormal.” This article was published in slightly edited form in:Edward Binkowski, editor, Oxymoron: Annual Thematic Anthology of the Arts and Sciences, Vol.2: The Fringe, New York: Oxymoron Media, Inc., 1998. It is also found on the website Skeptical Investigations: visited 7/7/08

2 Ed J. Gracely ”Why Extraordinary Claims Demand Extraordinary Proof. This article first appeared in the December 1998 issue of Phactum, the newsletter of the Philadelphia Association for Critical Thinking (PhACT). Dr. Gracely is Associate Professor of Community and Preventive Medicine at the MCP*Hahnemann School of Medicine in Philadelphia. This article was posted on July 24, 2003. It is now found on:Quackwatch © 1998, PhACT

3 Ibid
4 see the God Delusion. What’s really pathetic, it’s his “big gun” argument!
5 Gracely, Ibid
6 Truzzi, Ibid.
6 Truzzi, Ibid.
9 Thomas S. Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions(Chicago: University of Chicago Press) 1962

My Summary of Kuhn's Theory
10 Dawkins, God Delusion
11 A Commentary by Patrick Huyghe Reprinted from The Anomalist 3 winter 1995/6 (printed). Also found on website “The Anaomalist” url: visited 7/9/08. For Franks theory see The Big Splash by Louis A. Franks with Patrick Huyghe. (Avon books, 1991).

Abraham Maslow, Religions, Values, Peak Experiences.On Line Texst

The problem with these notes is they are foot notes but they don't ad up to the quotes in the article. The reason for that is the original used superscript numbers to mark the quotes and those were not transfered when I copied and pasted to my blog, then from the blog here. Thus these entries should be written as bib entries for purposes here but instead they are written as endnotes, as they were originally end notes. Many of them don't have page numbers as they come form websites.

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