William James

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The lectures that follow were delivered at the Lowell Institute in Boston in November and December, 1906, and in January, 1907, at Columbia University, in New York. They are printed as delivered, without developments or notes. The pragmatic movement, so-called—I do not like the name, but apparently it is too late to change it—seems to have rather suddenly precipitated itself out of the air. A number of tendencies that have always existed in philosophy have all at once become conscious of themselves collectively, and of their combined mission; and this has occurred in so many countries, and from so many different points of view, that much unconcerted statement has resulted. I have sought to unify the picture as it presents itself to my own eyes, dealing in broad strokes, and avoiding minute controversy. Much futile controversy might have been avoided, I believe, if our critics had been willing to wait until we got our message fairly out.
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    Filosofo e psicologo statunitense (1842-1910), fratello del romanziere Henry. Dopo aver studiato negli USA e in Europa, iniziò la carriera accademica come "instructor in physiology" alla Harvard University, dove fondò il primo laboratorio statunitense di psicologia sperimentale. James pose le basi del funzionalismo e fu uno dei principali assertori del pragmatismo. Tra le sue opere: The principles of psychology (1890), Psychology: briefer course (1892), The will to believe (1897), Talks to teachers on psychology and to students on some of life's ideals (1899), The varieties of religious experience (1902), Pragmatism (1907), The meaning of truth (1909), A pluralistic universe (1909), Some problems of philosophy (1911), Essays in radical empiricism (1912). Approfondisci
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