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A reading of Bruce Kuklick's collection William James: Writings 1902-1910 (1988) offers a comprehensive understanding of the range of James's views. This work also includes addresses on Emerson and James's famous essay "The Moral Equivalent of War."

James's Essays in Religion and Morality (1982) extends the concepts covered in The Varieties of Religious Experience. Essays in Religion and Morality was published by James's alma mater, Harvard University, and includes an introduction by John J. McDermott, a Jamesian scholar.

The Meaning of Truth: A Sequel to "Pragmatism" (1909) was one of the last books by James to be published before his death. This book delves into the most important of James's philosophical discourses.

James's most significant study, The Principles of Psychology (1905), was one of the first comprehensive textbooks about the study of psychology, leading to James earning the title of "father of psychology."

James was close to his brother...

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