• Dr. Edge received his Ph.D. from Vanderbilt in Philosophy in 1970, and has taught at Rollins College, in Winter Park, Florida, since that time. He has written on the philosophical implications of parapsychology, and engaged in empirical research. His areas in philosophy are philosophical psychology, cognitive anthropology, cross-cultural concepts of self, publishing A Constructive Postmodern Perspective on Self and Community: From Atomism to Holism in 1994. He and his team carried on a series of DMLS experiments in Bali supported by the Bial Foundation from 1998-2006, and he was a co-author of Foundations of Parapsychology. He served as President of the PA in 1989.
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