Essays in Radical Empiricism
These 12 pieces display the influential philosopher's preoccupation with ultimate reality and his turn toward a metaphysical system. Originally published in journals between 1904 and 1906, these essays argue in favor of a pluralistic universe. James denies that experience can be defined in terms of an absolute force determining the relationships between things and events.
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Review: Essays in Radical EmpiricismUser Review - Vladimir - Goodreads
Somewhat more difficult to read than Pragmatism or Principles of Psychology. (Note to publishers: do not hesitate to translate all the Latin and German quotes.) Most of what he talks about here has ... Read full review
Review: Essays in Radical EmpiricismUser Review - Marcus Lira - Goodreads
I like the first chapter quite a lot, in which he presents consciousness as a function, and not as an entity. Read full review
Does Consciousness Exist?
A World of Pure Experience
The Thing and Its Relations
How Two Minds Can Know One Thing
The Place of Affectional Facts in a World of Pure Experience
The Experience of Activity
The Essence of Humanism