The Cambridge Companion to William James / Edition 1

The Cambridge Companion to William James / Edition 1

by Ruth Anna Putnam

The most convenient and accessible guide to James currently available.See more details below


The most convenient and accessible guide to James currently available.

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Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
Cambridge Companions to Philosophy Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents

1. Pragmatism and iIntrospective psychology Gerald E. Myers; 2. Consciousness as a pragmatist views it Owen Flanagan; 3. John Dewey's naturalization of William James Richard M. Gale; 4. James, Clifford, and the scientific conscience David A. Hollinger; 5. Religious faith, intellectual responsibility, and romance Richard Rorty; 6. The breathtaking intimacy of the material world: William James's last thoughts Bruce Wilshire; 7. James, aboutness, and his British critics T. L. S. Sprigge; 8. Logical principles and philosophical attitudes: Peirce's response to James's pragmatism Christopher Hookway; 9. James's theory of truth Hilary Putnam; 10. The James/Royce dispute and the development of James's 'solution' James Conant; 11. William James on religious experience Richard R. Niebuhr; 12. Interpreting the universe after a social analogy: intimacy, panpsychism, a finite God in a pluralistic universe David C. Lamberth; 13. Moral philosophy and the development of morality Graham H. Bird; 14. Some of life's ideals Ruth Anna Putnam; 15. A shelter of the mind: Henry, William, and the domestic scene Jessica R. Feldman; 16. The influence of William James on American culture Ross Posnock; 17. Pragmatism, politics, and the corridor Harvey J. Cormier; 18. James and the Kantian tradition Thomas Carlson.

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