XUS41 - University of Birmingham Staff Papers: Papers of Richard Hill Norris - [1835-1953]
6 - Spiritualism papers - [mid 19th century-early 20th century]
3 - Case notes - [mid 19th century-early 20th century]
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76. 'Notes made at Isle of Wight'
Typescript and manuscript notes and essays relating to spiritualism.
Includes essays or notes entitled: 'Science of Spiritism'; 'The chief differences of opinion between Darwin & Wallace'; 'Afferency'; 'Notion of thought, atoms, &c'; 'Means of affiliation of spirits to man'; 'The primary and secondary neural & the nonneural worlds'; 'Modern views of matter'; 'Thought transfer versus Thought rearousal'; 'Thoughts on a number of questions' (includes a list of 'Things in which I do not believe'); 'Nature of Spirit being'; 'Deity'; 'Consciousness and the senses'; 'Environments of Consciousness'; and untitled notes or essays.
A letter (draft or copy?) to Norris' (sister or niece?) is also included dated 23 May 1906 relating to spiritualism including notes on 'The Canary Episode'.
Formerly part of Norris 7
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