William James - Philosophy - 1956 - 402 pages
Intellect, will, belief, chance, and free will are among the topics touched upon in two works by the American psychologist
William James - Philosophy - 1981 - 134 pages
Contents include an introduction by Bruce Kuklick, bibliography and textual note, and eight lectures on pragmatism by William James delivered at the Lowell Institute in Boston ...
William James - Psychology - 1950 - 696 pages
Volume 1 of the famous long course, complete and unabridged. Covers stream of thought, time perception, memory, and experimental methods. Total in set: 94 figures.
Ralph Barton Perry - Philosophy - 1975 - 786 pages
Designed to serve as both a systematic account of James's development and a repository of selections from his unpublished writings, the one-volume work (which forms the basis ...
Iris Murdoch - Philosophy - 1967 - 37 pages
It was obvious to Murdoch, and all those who read her work, that good transcends everything, even God. The framework for Murdoch's questions about good and bad, and her own ...