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Memories and Studies [electronic resource].

Author/Creator:
James, William.
Publication:
Auckland : The Floating Press, 2012.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (214 p.)
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Essays -- 20th century. (search)
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James, William, -- 1842-1910. (search)
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Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
William James was a towering intellectual figure with a vast knowledge base that transcended typical disciplinary boundaries. In this collection of essays, William James explores the topics of memory and cognition through the lenses of philosophy, psychology, and his own personal life experiences, all recounted in his uniquely engaging writing style.
Contents:
Title; Contents; Prefatory Note; I - Louis Agassiz; II - Address at the Emerson Centenary in Concord; III - Robert Gould Shaw; IV - Francis Boott; V - Thomas Davidson: A Knight-Errant of the Intellectual Life; VI - Herbert Spencer's Autobiography; VII - Frederic Myers' Services to Psychology; VIII - Final Impressions of a Psychical Researcher; IX - On Some Mental Effects of the Earthquake; X - The Energies of Men; XI - The Moral Equivalent of War; XII - Remarks at the Peace Banquet; XIII - The Social Value of the College-Bred; XIV - The University and the Individual; XV - A Pluralistic Mystic
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Contributor:
James, Henry.
ISBN:
1-77652-455-1
OCLC:
828793428