Stephen E. Braude

Stephen E. Braude

Biography:

Stephen E. Braude is Professor and Chair of Philosophy at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. His earliest research was in logic and the philosophies of language and time. He then moved on to the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of science, focusing especially on the evidence for psychic phenomena in the hope that it would provide new insights into traditional philosophical problems. He also turned his attention to hypnosis and multiple personality.

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  • Student Loan Crisis/ Parapsychology

    In the first half, Alan Collinge, the founder of StudentLoanJustice.org, described the predatory practices of student loan lenders, and how there's been a recent crackdown on those in default. In the latter half, Prof. Stephen E. Braude, a past President of the...More »
  • Parapsychology

    Prof. Stephen E. Braude discussed the paranormal and parapsychology including examples of psychokinesis, the evidence for the survival of death, and a scientific discussion of psychic ability. He reviewed the case of Katie, the 'Gold Leaf Lady,' who has unprecedented episodes of...More »
  • Puzzling Paranormal Cases

    Professor Stephen Braude discussed his lifelong interest in the esoteric and shared a number of cases that feature particularly strong evidence of paranormal phenomena. In the first hour, consumer privacy advocate Katherine Albrecht talked about the TSA's plan to block...More »
  • Curious Cases of the Paranormal

    Philosopher and parapsychologist Stephen E. Braude discussed his study of the paranormal, including psychokinesis, mediums, and the evidence for the survival of death. One of the most intriguing cases he looked into was that of the 'Gold Leaf Lady--' a Florida psychic named...More »

Last Night

Insights & Alien Messages / Open Lines
Insights & Alien Messages / Open Lines
Psychic medium Vincent Genna discussed the latest messages he received from the "Alien Counsel" that he is in contact with, regarding their purpose in coming here. Followed by Open Lines.
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