The Resource Uri geller: magician or mystic?
- Uri geller: magician or mystic?
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- Jonathan Margolis
- Twenty-five years ago, an acquaintance, now an international banker, was a student at the London School of Economics. He remembers one November morning going into a philosophy tutorial with three or four colleagues to find that the tutor, a specialist in epistemology - the theory of knowledge - had scribbled a curious statement on the blackboard. It read: 'Homo Sapiens... Homo Geller.'
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