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Originally Dalí was more known for his eccentricity than his art.

 

Originally Dalí was more known for his eccentricity than his art.\

During Dalí’s time at the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, he was a well-known troublemaker.

In 1923 he was accused of leading a student protest and was consequently expelled.

He was allowed to return to the school and repeat an academic year, yet he ended up being expelled again in 1926 just before his final examination.

This time it was permanent though, as he declared to his examiners that he was more intelligent than them, thus they could not possibly examine him

At its inception, parapsychology sought to test mediumistic phenomena under controlled conditions. The early SPR worked with rigor to hold spirit mediums to proof. Researchers such as the strong-willed Richard Hodgson and James himself ventured to the séance table intent on safeguarding against fraud and documenting claimed phenomena, including physical mediumship, after-death communication, and clairvoyance. They probed unexplained cases, exposed frauds, and created historical controversies that have lingered until today. But they were functioning largely within the lace-curtained settings of Victorian parlors. On the whole, SPR researchers were not operating in clinical environments, so-called white coat lab settings where an atmosphere of experimenter control abetted seeking evidence for extra-physical phenomena, whether in statistical patterns or recording of events.



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