The thought and character of William James: as revealed in unpublished correspondence and notes, together with his published writings, Volume 2
Designed to serve as both a systematic account of James's development and a repository of selections from his unpublished writings, the one-volume work (which forms the basis for this new paperback edition) offers a brief and convenient sourcebook of James's thought, set forth in terms that require no previous familiarity with technical problems of philosophy and psychology.
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EARLY STUDY AND TEACHING OF PSYCHOLOGY
THE AUTOMATON THEORY
THE WRITING OF THE PRINCIPLES
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