Collected essays and reviews / by William James James, William, 1842-1910

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Author
James, William, 1842-1910
Subjects
Philosophy; Parapsychology; Philosophy, American -- 19th century
Contents
  • Sargent's Planchette (1869)
  • Lewes's Problems of life and mind (1875)
  • German pessimism (1875)
  • Chauncey Wright (1875)
  • Bain and Renouvier (1876)
  • Renan's Dialogues (1876)
  • Lewes's Physical basis of mind (1877)
  • Remarks on Spencer's definition of mind as correspondence (1878)
  • Quelques considérations sur la méthode subjective (1878)
  • The sentiment of rationality (1879)
  • Clifford's Lectures and essays (1879)
  • Spencer's Data of ethics (1879)
  • The feeling of effort (1880)
  • The sense of dizziness in deaf-mutes (1882)
  • What is an emotion? (1884)
  • The religious aspect of philosophy (1885)
  • The consciousness of lost limbs (1887)
  • Résponse aux remarques de M. Renouvier sur la Théorie de la Volonté (1888)
  • The psychological theory of extension (1889)
  • A plea for psychology as a "natural science" (1892)
  • The original datum of space-consciousness (1893)
  • Mr. Bradley on immediate resemblance (1893)
  • Immediate resemblance (1893)
  • Ladd's Psychology: descriptive and explanatory (1894)
  • The physical basis of emotion (1894)
  • The knowing of things together (1895)
  • Degeneration and genius (1895)
  • Philosophical conceptions and practical results (1898)
  • Hodgson's Observations of trance (1898)
  • Personal idealism (1903)
  • The Chicago school (1904)
  • Humanism (1904)
  • Laura Bridgman (1904)
  • G. Papini and the pragmatist movement in Italy (1906)
  • The mad absolute (1906)
  • Controversy about truth (1907)
  • Report on Mrs. Piper's Hodgson-control (1909)
  • Bradley or Bergson (1910)
  • A suggestion about mysticism (1910).
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