W. Whately Carington
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|W. Whately Carington|
|Born||Walter Whately Smith|
3 August 1892
Kensington, London, England, U.K.
|Died||2 March 1947 (54)|
Sennen Cove, Cornwall, England, U.K.
|Alma mater||Eton College; King's College, Cambridge (B.A., 1914; M.A., 1920; M.Sc., 192-)|
|Affiliations||Society for Psychical Research|
|Spouse(s)||Marie Charlotte Elisabeth Saelde Hadwig [Hedda] Rückert (m. 1938)|
Walter Whately Carington (August 3, 1892 - March 2, 1947), also known as W. Whately Smith (until 1933),[i] was a British psychic researcher interested in the question of life-after-death and telepathy.
- Smith, W. Whately (1920), A Theory of the Mechanism of Survival: the Fourth Dimension and its Applications, London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.
- Smith, W. Whately (1920), The Foundations of Spiritualism, London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.
- Patrick, C. Vincent; Smith, W. Whately (1921), The Case Against Spirit Photographs, London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., https://archive.org/details/caseagainstspiri00patr
- Smith, W. Whately (1922), The Measurement of Emotion, New York: Harcourt Brace & Co., https://archive.org/details/measurementofemo032972mbp
- Carington, Whately (1933), The Death of Materialism, London: G. Allen & Unwin
- Carington, Whately (1934), Three Essays on Consciousness, London: London Forum
- Carington, Whately (1935), The Meaning of 'Survival', London: Society for Psychical Research
- Carington, Whately (1945), Telepathy: An Outline of its Facts, Theory, and Implications, London: Methuen
- Carington, Whately (1949), Matter, Mind and Meaning, London: Methuen
- Salter, W. H. (1948), "OBITUARY: Mr. W. Whately Carington, M.Sc.", Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research 48: 197-212, https://archive.org/details/proceedingsofsoc48soci/page/n211/mode/2up
- ↑ In his early forties, Smith adopted the surname Carington, derived from Carentan, a region of Normandy where he traced a Brittonic ancestry.