In commemoration of William James, 1842-1942.


New York, Columbia University Press, 1942.

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Other Authors Schneider, Herbert W. 1892-1984.
Subjects James, William, 1842-1910.
Description xii, 234 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1942.
Notes "The task of assembling the addresses ... was assumed by Professor Brand Blanshard ... and Professor Herbert W. Schneider."--Foreword.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents pt. I. Papers presented at the Conference on methods in philosophy and the sciences, New school for social research, New York city, November 23, 1941: Remarks on the occasion of the centenary of William James, by Henry James. Remembering William James, by H.M. Kallen. A debt to James, by D.S. Miller. William James as psychologist, by E.B. Holt. William James as empiricist, by John Dewey. Two questions raised by "The moral equivalent of war," by J.S. Bixler. -- part II. Papers presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern division, American philosophical association, Vassar college, Pough.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2920040
(OCoLC)ocm02920040
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