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VOLUME 10

REVIEWED SUBMISSIONS

William James’s Transcendental Theological Voluntarism: A Reading of “The Moral Philosopher and the Moral Life” (PDF) (HTML)
Michael A. Cantrell

Taking God Seriously, But Not Too Seriously: The Divine Command Theory and William James’s “The Moral Philosopher and the Moral Life” (PDF) (HTML)
Mark Boone

William James’s Personal and Professional Influence on Edwin          Bissell Holt: A Student, Colleague, Disciple, and Friend                  (PDF) (HTML)
Eric Phillip Charles


WILLIAM JAMES SOCIETY CONFERENCE PAPERS

Eastern American Philosophical Association Meeting (2012)

Presidential Address 2012 (PDF)  (HTML)
D. Micah Hester

A Dilemma for James’s Justification of Faith (PDF) (HTML)
Scott F. Aikin

Prospects for a Jamesian Expressivism (PDF) (HTML)
Jeff Kasser

Responses to Aikin and Kasser (PDF) (HTML)
Michael R. Slater


Central American Philosophical Association Meeting (2013)

Topic: William James and Buddhism

James and the Neuroscience of Buddhist Meditation (PDF) (HTML)
John J. Holder

The Metaphysics of Pluralistic Manifestations in James and East-Asian Buddhism (PDF) (HTML)
Masato Ishida

David Kalupahana On William James And The Development Of Early Buddhism (PDF) (HTML)
Joseph John

Comments (PDF) (HTML)
Richard Hays


 BOOK REVIEWS

PAUL STOB
William James and the Art of Popular Statement (PDF) (HTML)
Reviewed by Ermine L Algaier IV

WILLIAM J. GAVIN
William James in Focus: Willing to Believe  (PDF) (HTML)
Reviewed by Justin Bell

SUSANNE ROHR AND MIRIAM STRUBE (Eds)
Revisiting Pragmatism: William James in the New Millennium  (PDF) (HTML)
Reviewed by Kyle Bromhall

ROBERT SCHWARTZ
Rethinking Pragmatism: From William James to Contemporary Philosophy (PDF) (HTML)
Reviewed by Albert R. Spencer

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.