Pragmatism: A Series of Lectures by William James, 1906-1907
A series of lectures given by William James at the Lowell Institute in Boston and Columbia University in New York from November 1906 to January 1907. Discusses aspects of pragmatism in relation to concepts such as religion, philosophy and other like subjects.
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