The Letters of William James (Volumes 1 and 2) [NOOK Book]

The Letters of William James (Volumes 1 and 2)

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The Letters of William James edited by His Son Henry James

In Two Volumes: Volumes 1 and 2


Volume 1.
Dates and Family Names
Chapter 1. Introduction: _Ancestry--Henry James, Senior--Youth--Education--Certain Personal Traits_
Chapter 2. 1861-1864: _Chemistry and Comparative Anatomy in the Lawrence Scientific School_
Chapter 3. 1864-1866: _The Harvard Medical School--With Louis Agassiz to the Amazon_
Chapter 4. 1866-1867: _Medical Studies at Harvard_
Chapter 5. 1867-1868: _Eighteen Months in Germany_
Chapter 6. 1869-1872 _Invalidism in Cambridge_
Chapter 7. 1872-1878 _First Years of Teaching_
Chapter 8. 1878-1883 _Marriage--Contract for the Psychology--European Colleagues--Death of his Parents_
Chapter 9. 1883-1890 _Writing the “Principles of Psychology”--Psychical Research--The Place at Chocorua--The Irving Street House--The Paris Psychological Congress of 1889_
Chapter 10. 1890-1893 _The “Briefer Course” and the Laboratory--A Sabbatical Year in Europe_
Volume 2.
Chapter 11. 1893-1899 _Turning to Philosophy--A Student’s Impressions—Popular Lecturing--Chautauqua_
Chapter 12. 1893-1899 (continued) _The Will to Believe--Talks to Teachers--Defense of Mental Healers--Excessive Climbing in the Adirondacks_
Chapter 13. 1899-1902 _Two years of Illness in Europe--Retirement from Active Duty at Harvard--The First and Second Series of the Gifford Lectures_
Chapter 14. 1902-1905: _The Last Period (I)--Philosophical Writing--Statements of Religious Relief_
Chapter 15. 1905-1907: _The Last Period (II)--Italy and Greece--Philosophical Congress in Rome--Stanford University--The Earthquake--Resignation of Professorship_
Chapter 16. 1907-1909: _The Last Period (III)--Hibbert Lectures in Oxford--The Hodgson Report_
Chapter 17. 1910: _Final Months--The End_
Appendix 1. Three Criticisms for Students
Appendix 2. Books by William James
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014988643
  • Publisher: Denise Henry
  • Publication date: 7/23/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 655 KB

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