Will to Believe and Other Essays in Popular Philosophy, 1915
It seemed to the author that these addresses might be worthy of collection into a volume as they shed explanatory light upon each other, and taken together they express a tolerably definite philosophic attitude in a very untechnical way. Contents: will to believe; is life worth living; sentiment of rationality; reflex action and theism; dilemma of determinism; moral philosopher and the moral life; great men and their environment; on some hegelisms; what psychical research has accomplished.
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Review: The Will to Believe, Human Immortality, and Other Essays in Popular PhilosophyUser Review - Alex Kartelias - Goodreads
I would say the first three essays- the will to believe, is life worth living and the sentiment of rationality- are his best. In the will to believe, James gives a practical justification for having ... Read full review
Review: The Will to Believe, Human Immortality, and Other Essays in Popular PhilosophyUser Review - Andrew Anony - Goodreads
Rating is just for 'The Will to Believe' - will update if I read more of the essays. James states in his Pragmatism that abstract arguments are only important if choosing one or the other leads to a ... Read full review
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