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William James Remembered

by Linda Simon

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William James was one of the most remarkable intellectuals of his day--an influential philosopher and psychologist who was also a charismatic teacher, groundbreaking scholar, and widely admired public figure. William James Remembered brings together the reminiscences of James by family members, friends, and colleagues. The result is a many-sided portrait of a man who, besides playing a crucial role in American life during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, remains an animating spirit in our own time.… (more)
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William James was one of the most remarkable intellectuals of his day--an influential philosopher and psychologist who was also a charismatic teacher, groundbreaking scholar, and widely admired public figure. William James Remembered brings together the reminiscences of James by family members, friends, and colleagues. The result is a many-sided portrait of a man who, besides playing a crucial role in American life during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, remains an animating spirit in our own time.

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