THE WORKS OF WILLIAM JAMES
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Publication Date: 05/31/1988

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The Works of William James

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  • Foreword
  • Introduction [Ignas K. Skrupskelis]
  • I. The Many and the One (1903–1904)
    • 1. Introduction: Philosophies Paint Pictures
    • 2. Introduction
    • 3. Common Sense
    • 4. [Pragmatism]
    • 5. World of Pure Experience
    • 6. Chapter I: Continuity
    • 7. Possibility
    • 8. Necessity
    • 9. [Notes on Continuity I]
    • 10. [Notes on Continuity II]
    • 11. [Notes on Activity I]
    • 12. [Notes on Activity II]
    • 13. [Notes on Activity III]
    • 14. [Reflections on Strong’s Book I]
    • 15. [Reflections on Strong’s Book II]
  • II. The Miller-Bode Objections (1905–1908)
    • 16. [The Miller-Bode Objections]
  • III. Essays and Notes (1870–1910)
    • A. Philosophy
      • 17. Miscellanea I: Mostly Concerning Empiricism (1870–1873)
      • 18. Idealism, etc. (1870–1873)
      • 19. Against Nihilism (1873–1875)
      • 20. [Hodgson’s Time and Space] (1875–1876)
      • 21. On Sensation and Will (1875–1882)
      • 22. [Note on Empiricism] (1876–1877)
      • 23. Identity (1877–1878)
      • 24. Syntheses a Priori (1878–1884)
      • 25. Idealism: Short Lecture (1878–1884)
      • 26. Confusion of Conditions with Contents of Thought (1878–1885)
      • 27. [The Cerebral and the Mental] (1878–1885)
      • 28. Phenomenalism (1879–1880)
      • 29. Panpsychism (1879–1880)
      • 30. Idealism [I] (1880–1884)
      • 31. Idealism [II] (1880–1884)
      • 32. Cognition Idealism (1880–1885)
      • 33. [Notes on Infinity] (1880–1899)
      • 34. Classification (1881–1882)
      • 35. Must Idealism Be Monistic? (1883–1885)
      • 36. Idealism [III] (1884)
      • 37. Article on Kant (1896–1900)
      • 38. Royce’s Argument for the Absolute (1899)
      • 39. “Roseau” (1899–1904)
      • 40. Münsterberg’s Book (1900–1904)
      • 41. Idealism [IV] (1902–1903)
      • 42. [Notes on Bergson] (1902–1908)
      • 43. Infinity (1902–1910)
      • 44. Possibility: The World of Platonic Ideas (1903–1904)
      • 45. Heymans’s Book (1905–1906)
      • 46. [Fragment on Rationalists] (1906)
      • 47. [Note on Royce’s Absolute] (1907)
      • 48. [Interview on Pragmatism] (1907)
      • 49. Hegelism (1907–1908)
      • 50. Truth—Reality, etc. (1907–1910)
      • 51. [Fragment on Radical Empiricism] (1910)
    • B. Psychology
      • 52. [Draft on Brain Processes and Feelings] (1872)
      • 53. [Notes on Feelings of Movement] (1878–1880)
      • 54. [Mental Structure and Experience] (1880–1890)
      • 55. [Notes on Perception] (1882–1885)
      • 56. Chapter II: The Object of Cognition & the judgment of Reality (1883–1884)
      • 57. [Proposal for the American Psychopathological Society] (1909–1910)
    • C. Aesthetics, Ethics, and Religion
      • 58. [Notes on Art and Pessimism] (1873)
      • 59. Religions Guarantee (1875)
      • 6o. Magnolia 1. Sept. 1, 2 (1875)
      • 61. [Notes on Ethics I] (1878–1885)
      • 62. [Notes on Ethics II] (1888–1889)
      • 63. Faith [I] (1895–1903)
      • 64. [Faith II] (1899–1901)
      • 65. [Notes on Ethics III] (1899–1901)
      • 66. Emerson (1905)
  • Notes
  • Appendix
  • A Month on the Solimoens
  • A Note on the Editorial Method
  • Textual Apparatus
  • Index

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