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VOLUME 11

REVIEWED SUBMISSIONS

New Insights into William James’s Personal Crisis in the Early  1870s: Part 1. Arthur Schopenhauer and the Origin & Nature of the Crisis (PDF)
David E. Leary

New Insights into William James’s Personal Crisis in the Early  1870s: Part II. John Bunyan and the Resolution & Consequences of the Crisis (PDF)
David E. Leary

 *James’s Early Radical Empiricism: The 1896 Preface and “The Spirit of Inner Tolerance” (PDF)
Ermine L. Algaier IV

*On James’s Argument Against Epiphenomenalism  (PDF)
John Wright


WILLIAM JAMES SOCIETY CONFERENCE PAPERS

Central American Philosophical Association Meeting (2014)

Topic: William James and Habit

*Habit and Social Institutions (PDF)
James M. Hitt

*In Praise of Habit: Making a Case for a Relation between Happiness and William James’s Conception of Habit (PDF)
Philip T. L.  Mack

*Unfamiliar Habits: James and the Ethics and Politics of Self-Experimentation (PDF)
Sarin Marchetti

*Comments (PDF)
Tadd Ruetenik


 BOOK REVIEWS

SAMI PIHLSTRÖM
Pragmatic Pluralism and the Problem of God (PDF)
Reviewed by Romain Mollard

 *TRYGVE THRONTVEIT
William James and the Quest for an Ethical Republic (PDF)
Reviewed by Shirley Banks and John Snarey

William James Studies is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high quality, scholarly articles related to the life, work and influence of William James.