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The thought and character of William James.

Author: Ralph Barton Perry
Publisher: Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1948.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : Briefer versionView all editions and formats
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Perry, Ralph Barton, 1876-1957.
Thought and character of William James.
Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1948
(OCoLC)645279940
Named Person: William James; William James; William James
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph Barton Perry
OCLC Number: 1573827
Description: x, 402 pages portrait 25 cm
Contents: The elder Henry James --
The elder James and Emerson --
Personal characteristics of the elder James --
Father and son --
Boyhood at home and abroad --
Shall he become a partner? --
Scientific studies at Harvard --
Medical studies and philosophical beginnings --
Dresden and Berlin --
Wendell Holmes --
Reading and criticism --
Towads psychology and philosophy --
Depression and recovery --
Chauncey Wright and Charles Peirce --
Settling into the career --
Established in life --
European contacts in 1882-1883 --
Josiah Royce and idealism --
Teaching, writing, and travel --
James and the science of psychology --
The writing of the Psychology --
Sources, doctrines, and influence of the Psychology --
The aftermath of the Psychology --
The will to believe --
Moral individualism --
Social and political sentiments --
James as a reformer --
Varieties of religious experience --
James's personal faith --
Radical empiricism --
Friendly disputes with Charles Peirce --
Pragmatism --
James and Dewey --
Pragmatism in Italy and Germany --
Retirement from teaching --
James and Bergson --
The unfinished task --
Morbid traits --
Benign traits.

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