The Present Dilemma in Philosophy
In the preface to that admirable collection of essays
of his called ‘Heretics,’ Mr. Chesterton
writes these words: “There...
Mr. Murray’s youthful modesty insists that his
study of Pragmatism needs a sponsor; this is not at
all my own opinion, but I may take the opportunity
of pointing out how singularly quali...
The American philosopher and psychologist William James (1842-1910) is considered America's major philosopher and one of the great psychologists of all times.Member of an illustrious family which incl...
William James made significant contributions to the disciplines of psychology and philosophy. His book The Principles of Psychology (1890) ushered in the modern era of American psychology by demonstra...
William James was born January 11, 1842, in New York City, and died at his home in Chocorua, New Hampshire, on August 26, 1910. His family's wealth made travel and adventure a major part of his lifest...
William James was an esteemed scientist credited with bringing laboratory science to the study of psychology. Trained as a medical doctor and a physiologist, James insisted that mental processes--thou...