Book ID: CBB000102297

The Correspondence of William James; Vol. 9: July 1899-1901 (2001)

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James, William (Author)
Ignas K. Skrupskelis, Elizabeth M. Berkeley (Editor)


University of Virginia Press


Publication Date: 2001
Physical Details: 752 pp., illus., bibl., index
Language: English

Description Volume 9 of 12-volume set. Consists of 470 letters from the period of James's great collapse, his search for health in Europe, and the beginning of his withdrawal from full-time teaching at Harvard. Includes correspondence with Frances Morse, Elizabeth Evans, Pauline and Susan Goldmark, Théodore Flournoy, Wincenty Lutoslawski, Carl Stumpf, Ferdinand Schiller, Henry Sidgwick, Hugo Münsterberg, Josiah Royce, George Herbert Palmer, Charles William Eliot, James Mark Baldwin, and Edwin Godkin. as well as his daughter Margaret Mary and his son Alexander Robertson.


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Authors & Contributors
James, William
Sprung, Lothar
Sprung, Helga
Jensen, Arthur R.
Skrupskelis, Ignas K.
Berkeley, Elizabeth M.
Journals
History of Psychology
History of the Human Sciences
Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society
Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences
History of Psychiatry
British Journal for the History of Philosophy
Publishers
University of Virginia Press
Routledge
Praeger
American Psychological Association
Edwin Mellen Press
University of California, Santa Cruz
Concepts
Psychology
Philosophy
Pragmatism; instrumentalism
Discipline formation
Collected correspondence
Correspondence and corresponding
People
James, William
Royce, Josiah
Freud, Sigmund
Münsterberg, Hugo
Baldwin, James Mark
James, Henry
Time Periods
19th century
20th century, early
20th century
18th century
17th century
Places
United States
Brazil
Institutions
Princeton University
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