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Grey's final chapter discusses how Melville's annotations of Milton's major works reveal his belief that Milton was subtly articulating a dark, doubting view of God and Christianity, a theological pessimism considerably more grim than any of the usual heterodoxies with which Milton is associated.
In his latest book, Science or Pseudoscience: Magnetic Healing, Psychic Phenomena, and Other Heterodoxies (2001), Bauer writes: "Comparisons between anomalistics and science as it is actually practiced will show that no sharp division can be established" (anomalistics being a politically correct term for the study of bizarre claims).
57] They preferred the most conformist of neo-Freudian heterodoxies, [58] Alfred Adler's individual psychology, which in a sense upheld the notion of an autonomous individual, to Freud's iconoclasm toward so many standards of nineteenth century liberalism.