Essays in Radical Empiricism
(1842-1910) American Philosopher & Psychologist,
Founder of Pragmatism
Here follows the (almost) complete work of William James' Essays in Radical
Empiricism, transcribed by Phillip McReynolds. [ Not included is the last
chapter, "La Notion de Conscience," since the chapter is completely in
French and I could not be bothered to type it in at present. I will
probably scan it in sooner or later and am working on a translation.
Expect updates accordingly.]
Page numbers are from the Longmans, Green and Co. edition of Essays in
Radical Empiricism and A Pluralistic Universe in one volume, published
in 1943. Underscores bewteen words indicate italics in the original.
To the best of my knowledge this work is now in the public domain as it
was copyrighted 1912 by Henry James, who died in 1916.
There are probably mista . . .