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The evidence is strong, the tale enticing, the motifs perhaps ironically timeless. Given the burden of empirical proof, the scientific validity of the book will always be called into question.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Although I probably read every word, I did not study every word and so it must sit in my library where my copy of Hawkins’ ‘A Brief History of Time’ sits – as read but not truly comprehended.
John William Dunne
Sep 06, Denniskenny rated it it was amazing. How would a ‘memory’ of a future event be any different? He arrived at his strange theory via a statistical study of his nightly dreams. In the field of parapsychology, he achieved a preeminence through his theories on dreams and authoring books preoccupied with the question of the nature of time.
I cannot evaluate this in the slightest but the work – from someone who has an engineers’ determination that his analysis should be logical – experjmento have the virtue of ensuring that this ignorant reader is not automatically dismissive of any thesis that does not accord with obvious sensory impressions of the material world.
Here in print again is the book English playwright and novelist J. Return to Book Page. It’s fun tie,po read as a lucidly written occult thriller if you suspend disbelief over the core premise.
Experiment with Time by J.W. Dunne
Unless you’re highly motivated, I would not recommend. Each philosopher often has a theory of time, but there isn’t duhne other which intrigues so much the imagination, as the obscure and, at the same time proved in mathematical diagrams, theory of this forgotten aeuronautical engineer.
He first presents episodes he experienced that he believes show how his dreams predicted what would happen in his life, then he explained in mathematical terms his theory, and then I was reading the third edition of the book he responded to common criticisms of his theory.
A regular person can easily understand dknne text; it’s not all heavy-handed scientific terms. They were merely displaced in Time.
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He struggles to express himself and seeks refuge in the pedantry of the academic philosopher – he was no mathematician, despite myths to the contrary – hiding even fairly simple ideas under a tangle of unnecessary verbiage. I recall none more admirable than the one on this volume. Jul 26, Palmyrah rated it it was ok Shelves: His An Experiment with Time, first published insparked a great deal of scientific interest in–and controversy about–his new model of multidimensional time.
However, it is a very difficult book indeed.
A thing that happened, as mediated mentally, happening mentally again? Interesting argument that is sloppily written. He seems to have been a highly intelligent man expwrimento he uses his sharp intellect to explore the many strange possibilities of the nature of Time in relation to dreams. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. May 08, Robert Stonjek added it.
Frankly, it adds little. Especially those he had read about. We shall recover all of the instants of our lives and compose them in whatever manner is most pleasant to us.
May 19, Katelis Viglas rated it it was amazing Shelves: Dunne tries to discuss his theory in concrete terms. His cn of infinite levels of time and consciousness grapples too with the role of the observer in modern science, paying especial homage to Einstein’s theory of relativity. It encourages you to record your dreams and experiemnto for predictions. The book clearly poses questions that still require a definitive answer over eighty years later.
Can people remember the future? His logical and mathematical mind was opposed to all things mystical.