Full or partial texts of the writings of William James.
The Chicago School
A 1904 essay by James detailing the doctrine of John Dewey and his disciples.
Does 'Consciousness' Exist?
1904 essay by James, in which he contends that the word "consciousness" refers only to a function, not to an entity.
The Energies of Men
James' 1906 address to the American Philosophical Association, in which he lays the outlines of a concrete individual psychology.
Great Men and Their Environment
An 1880 speech by James, exploring the parallel between social evolution and Darwin's "zoological" evolution.
The Principles of Psychology
Online edition of 1890 text by William James.
The condensed edition of William James' 'The Varieties of Religious Experience'
The Stream of Consciousness
A chapter from James' 1892 work, Psychology.
What Is an Emotion?
Psychological essay by James, from 1884.
What Pragmatism Means
Text of a 1904 lecture in which William James succinctly explains the philosophical position of pragmatism.
A World of Pure Experience
1904 essay by James, in which he attempts to articulate his Weltanschauung as a philosophy of pure experience.
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