Definition of Telergic

1. working at a distance as in telepathy [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Telergic

telepsychiatrists
telepsychiatry
telepsychic
telepsychics
teleradiography
teleradiology
teleradium
teleradium therapy
teleran
telerans
telereality
telereceptor
telerecording
telerecordings
telerehabilitation
telergic (current term)
telergies
telergy
telerobot
telerobotic
telerobotics
telerobots
teleroentgenography
teleroentgentherapy
telerythin
teles
telesale
telesales
telesatellite
telesatellites

Literary usage of Telergic

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1. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research by Society for Psychical Research, Edmund Gurney (1890)
"It would, then, be nearer the truth to say that telergic action varies inversely, than that it varies directly, with the observable activity of the nervous ..."

2. Practical Views on Psychic Phenomena by George E. Wright (1920)
"It (the telergic method) was a great strain on both sides. We don't want to move any atoms in the brain directly." Mrs. Willett's description of the ..."

3. On the Cosmic Relations by Henry Holt (1914)
"But as further cases were gathered in it became clear that the ' crisis' which facilitated telergic action was not necessarily a moment of conscious ..."

4. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1911)
"I shall have to look for telergic power in my acquaintance Randall Cantuar, when I want it! By Jove!" "If in doubt, study Lady Sophia. ..."

5. The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1921)
"He regards telepathy as " telergic " action; that is, as a form of actio in distant or action at a distance. He has been a student of Kant and tries to show ..."

6. Journal of the Society for Psychical Research by Society for Psychical Research (1884)
"... conscious mental energies are bound up, with the physiological activity of the brain. It would seem nearer the truth to say that telergic action varies ..."

7. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research by Society for Psychical Research, Edmund Gurney (1894)
"... or command to sleep ; for thus the impact, so to say, of the agent's telergic impulse becomes at once and conspicuously visible in the ..."

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