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William James, 1842 - 1910

WORKS

James, W. (1898). Human immortality; two supposed objections to the doctrine. (2nd ed.). Boston : Houghton Mifflin. BT921 .J2 1898.

James, W.; James H. (Ed.). (1920). The letters of William James. Boston : Atlantic Monthly Press. B945 J24 A3 1920 V. 1-2.

James, W.; Flourney, T. (1966). The letters of William James and Theodore Flourney. Madison : University of Wisconsin Press. BF109 .J28 A4 1966.

James, W. (1970). The literary remains of Henry James. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Literature House. B921 J2 1970.

James, W. (1975). The meaning of truth. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press. B832 .J4 1975

James, W. (1909). The meaning of truth, a sequel to 'Pragmatism.' New York : Longmans, Green, and Co. B832 J4

James, W. (1971, c1941). Memories and studies. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press. B945 .J23 M51 1971X

James, W. (1969). The moral philosophy of William James. New York : Crowell. B945 J21 R6.

James, W. (n.d.). The philosophy of William James. N.Y. : Modern Library. B945 .J24 A5x

James, W. (1977). A pluralistic universe. Cambridge Mass. : Harvard University Press. B804 .J2 A5X

James, W. (1975). Pragmatism. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press. B832 .J2 1975.

James, W. (1910). Pragmatism, a new name for some old ways of thinking; popular lectures on philosophy. New York : Longmans, Green, and Co. B832 .J2.

James, W. (1890). The principles of psychology. New York : H. Holt and Co. BF121 .J2 1890 V. 1-2.

James, W. (1950, c1918). The principles of psychology. (Authorized ed.). New York : Dover Publications. BF121 .J2 1950A V. 1-2

James, W. (2000). Pragmatism and other writings. New York : Penguin Books. B945 .J21 2000

James, W. (1948). Psychology. Cleveland : Fine Editions Press. BF131 .J2 1948B.

James W. (1961). Selected letters. New York : Farrar, Straus and Cuday. B945 .J24 A4 1961.

James, W. (1917, 1918). Selected papers on philosophy. London & Toronto : J.M. Dent & Sons, Ltd.; New York : E. P. Dutton & Co. B945 .J24 S4 1918X

James, W. (1911). Some problems of philosophy; a beginning of an introduction to philosophy. New York : Longmans, Green, and Co. B945 .J23 S6 1911

James, W. (1983). Talks to teachers on psychology and to students on some of life's ideals. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press. LB1051 .J34 1983.

James, W. (1904, c1902). The varieties of religious experience: a study in human nature; being the Gifford lectures on natural religion delivered in Edinburgh in 1901-1902. New York : Longmans, Green, and Co. BL53 J36 1904X

James, W. (1929). The varieties of religious experience; a study in human nature. Being the Gifford lectures on natural religion delivered in Edinburgh in 1901-1902. New York : Modern Library. BL53 .J36 1929X

James, W. (1898, c1896). The will to believe, and other essays in popular philosophy. New York ; London : Longmans, Green, and Co. B945 .J23 W5 1989X

James, W. (1960). William James on psychical research. New York : Longmans, Green and Co. B945 .J23 W5 1898X.

James, W. (1992). Writings, 1878-1899. New York, NY : Library of America : Distributed to the trade in the U.S. and Canada by Viking Press. BF109 .J28 A25 1992

James, W. (1987). Writings, 1902-1910. New York, N.Y. : Literary Classics of the United States : Distributed to the trade in the U.S. and Canada by Viking. B945 .J21 1987

James, W. (1967). The writings of William James; a comprehensive edition. New York : Random House. B945 .J21 M3 1967.

BIOGRAPHY

Feinstein, H. M. (1984). Becoming William James. Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press. BF109 .J28 F44 1984

Wetherick, N.E. (1997). James, William.  In N. Sheehy, A. J. Chapman, & W. Conroy (Eds.), Biographical dictionary of psychology (pg. 297-300).  New York, NY : Routledge.  REF BF109 .A1 B56 1997

James: the beginnings of psychology in the United States. (1968). In R. I. Watson, The great psychologists from Aristotle to Freud (pp. 343-370). (2d ed.). Philadelphia, Lippincott. BF81 .W35 1968

William James 1942-1910. (1974). In V. J. Nordby, & C. S. Hall,  A guide to psychologists and their concepts (pg 91-94). San Francisco : W. H. Freeman and Company.  REF BF109 .A1 N67

Taylor, E. R. Jr. (1999). On psychology as a person-centered science: William James and his relation to the humanistic tradition. In D. Moss (Ed.), Humanistic and transpersonal psychology : a historical and biogrpahical sourcebook (Chapter 20, pp. 301-313). Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press. BF204 .H865 1999

Matthiessen, F. O. (1948, c1947). The James family, including selections from the writing of Henry James, Senior, William, Henry and Alice James. New York : Knopf. CT275 .J28 M3 1948

Ross, B.  (1991).  William James: Spoiled child of American Psychology. In G. A. Kimble, M. Wetheimer, & C. White Portraits of pioneers in psychology Vol. 1.  (pg. 13-26).  Washington, DC : American Psychological Association.  Ref BF109 .A1 P67 1991 V. 1

Perry, R. B. (1954). The thought and character of William James. (Briefer version). New York : G. Braziller. B945 .J24 P42 1954X

Grattan, C. H. (1962, c1938). The three Jameses, a family of minds : Henry James Sr., William James, Henry James. New York : New York University Press. CT275 .J28 G7 1962

Boutroux, E. (1912). William James. (2nd ed.) (A. Henderson and B. Henderson, Trans.). New York : Longmans, Green, and Co. B945 .J24 B52 1912

Allen, G. W. (1967). William James; a biography. New York : Viking Press. B945 .J24 A63 1967

WEBSITES

Emory University.Pajares, F. William James .May 19,2010. Retrieved from, http://www.des.emory.edu/mfp/james.html

Emory University. Pajares, F. William James .May 19,2010. Retrieved from, http://www.des.emory.edu/mfp/jphotos.html

EpistemeLinks.(2009). William James (1842-1910).May 19,2010. Retrieved from, http://www.epistemelinks.com/Main/Philosophers.aspx?PhilCode=Jame

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