By Brian Weiss

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Originally released in 1988. This reproduction (20th Anniversary variation) has a brand new afterword via the author

As a standard psychotherapist, Dr. Brian Weiss used to be astonished and skeptical whilst one among his sufferers begun recalling past-life traumas that looked as if it would carry the major to her ordinary nightmares and anxiousness assaults. His skepticism used to be eroded, besides the fact that, whilst she started to channel messages from the "space among lives," which contained extraordinary revelations approximately Dr. Weiss' kin and his lifeless son. utilizing past-life treatment, he used to be in a position to healing the sufferer and embark on a brand new, extra significant part of his personal profession.

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Thus, aside from his not having provided a positive conception of difference of content in the case where successive theories are seen to contradict one another, Popper 's attempt to overcome the problems raised by the zero probability of theories via the employment of the concept of logical entailment does not solve these problems, but only gives rise to further ones. Nowhere in his dealings with the notion of content does Popper provide a conception of how to determine which of two contradicting theories has a greater content than the other.

But the Empiricists go one step further and suggest its employment as a model of the explanation of laws by higher level theories. For example , Morris Cohen and Emest Nagel have said: "Scientific explanation consists in subsuming under some rule or law which expresses an invariant character of a group of events, the particular event it is said to explain . Laws themselves may be explained, and in the same manner, by showing that they are consequences of more comprehensive theories. " I In presenting the basis of the Empirieist conception of science it was shown how the Deductive Model, originally introduced as a model of explanation, can also function as a model of induction and confirmation in the contexts of discovery andjustification respectively.

357-359 , and (1957), pp . 197fT. g, Feyerabend (1%3) , pp. 20fT. 8 9 36 CHAPTER 4 Deductive Model, we see that in the case where two successive theories do conflict , unless the succeeding theory (in conjunction with the relevant statements of conditions) is self-contradictory, it cannot formally entail its predecessor. e. this inability to provide an account of theory conflict, places severe limitations on the Empirieist conception of scientific progress . In the next chapter Popper's conception of scientific progress will be considered, and will be seen to employ the Deductive Model in such a way as to afford a conception of theory conflict.

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