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William James (1842–1910)

James, William. An American scholar and psychologist, son of Henry (1st); born, Jan. 11, 1842; died in 1910. Graduated at Harvard University, and Professor after 1872 of anatomy, physiology, and psychology. His published works are: ‘Principles of Psychology’ (1890); ‘Psychology, Briefer Course’ (1892); ‘The Will to Believe’ (1897); ‘Varieties of Religious Experience’ (1902); ‘Pragmatism’ (1907); ‘A Pluralistic Universe’ (1909); ‘Some Problems in Philosophy’ (1911); ‘Radical Empiricism’ (1912). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).