Create a small book of quotes from James' work using quotes and ideas that stand out most to you throughout your reading.
Compare and contrast two philosophers that James mentions in his lectures. Create a presentation in which you explain the central differences between these philosophers, as well as how their own theories correspond to the theories that James presents.
Keep track of new terms and their definitions as you read. Create a dictionary based on the new words you have learned while reading James' lectures.
James seeks to ask and answer several philosophical questions, but there are still many left he does not ask or answer. Identify a philosophical question, silly or serious, that you would like to see answered. Share your question with the rest of the class.
Read and analyze any poem that speaks to you in two...
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