The subject of this interview is primarily about his new book The End of Materialism: How Evidence of the Paranormal Is Bringing Science and Spirit Together.Charles T. Tart. Tart pioneered the field of consciousness studies decades ago, with his classic best-selling anthology Altered States of Consciousness, in print for more than 20 years and selected by Common Boundary as one of the one hundred most influential psychology books of the twentieth century. Tart is credited with almost single-handedly legitimizing the study of altered states, including hypnosis, meditation, lucid dreaming and drug-induced states. He initiated several important lines of research in parapsychology, including teaching ESP and out-of-body experiences. His resume lists more than 250 articles in leading scientific and professional journals including Science and Nature, and numerous well-known books. His Transpersonal Psychologies (Harper & Row, 1975), for example, became the core text in the then new field of transpersonal psychology.
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