Essays in Radical Empiricism

William JAMES (1842 - 1910)

William James (1842 – 1910) was a pioneering American psychologist and philosopher. He wrote influential books on the young science of psychology, educational psychology, psychology of religious experience and mysticism, and the philosophies of pragmatism and Radical Empiricism.

Essays in Radical Empiricism is a collection edited and published posthumously by his colleague and biographer Ralph Barton Perry in 1912. It was assembled from a collection of reprinted journal articles published from 1904–1905 which James had deposited in August, 1906, at the Harvard University for supplemental use by his students. (Wikipedia)

Genre(s): *Non-fiction, Philosophy, Psychology

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Editor’s Preface Carl Manchester
00:12:54
Play 01 Does Consciousness Exist? D.E. Wittkower
00:50:23
Play 02 A World of Pure Experience Carl Manchester
01:05:41
Play 03 The Thing and its Relations ML Cohen
00:37:50
Play 04 How Two Minds Can Know One Thing ML Cohen
00:16:24
Play 05 The Place of Affectional Facts in a World of Pure Experience frankjf
00:23:38
Play 06 The Experience of Activity Kirsten Ferreri
00:39:51
Play 07 The Essence of Humanism Leon Mire
00:17:09
Play 08 The Notion of Consciousness (English) Carl Manchester
00:29:57
Play 09 Is Radical Empiricism Solipsistic? D.E. Wittkower
00:10:33
Play 10 Mr Pitkin’s Refutation Hugh McGuire
00:03:41
Play 11 Humanism and Truth Once More Carl Manchester
00:26:30
Play 12 Absolutism and Empiricism Leon Mire
00:18:14
Play 13 Controversy About Truth Gesine
Hugh McGuire
00:24:37
Play 14 La notion de conscience Ezwa
00:27:54