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William JAMES
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ANNEE 1878 YEAR

James, W. (1878a). Remarks on Spencer’s definition of mind as correspondenceJournal of Speculative Philosophy12, n° 1, January, pp. 1-18.

James, W. (1878b). Quelques considerations sur la méthode subjective. Critique Philosophique, 6e année, 2, 24 Janvier, pp. 407-413.

James, W. (1878c). Brute and human intellectJournal of Speculative Philosophy12, July, pp. 236-276.

  

ANNEE 1879 YEAR

James, W. (1879a). Are we automata? Mind, 4, n° 13, January, pp. 1-22.

James, W. (1879b). The spatial Quale. Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 13, pp. 64-87.

James, W. (1879c). The sentiment of rationality. Mind, 4, pp. 317-346. [Traduction française: James, W. (1879). Le sentiment de rationalité. Critique Philosophique, 8e année, 2, n° 31, pp. 72-80; n° 32, pp. 81-89; n° 34, pp. 113-118; n° 35, pp. 129-136).] ― [Traduction française : James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire (pp. 83-130). Paris : Flammarion.]

 

ANNEE 1880 YEAR

James, W. (1880a). The association of ideas. Popular Science Monthly, 16, pp. 577-593.

James, W. (1880b). Great men, great thoughts,and the environment. Atlantic Monthly, 46, n° 276, October, pp. 441-459. [Traduction française: James, W. (1881). Les grands homes, les grandes pensées et le milieu. Critique Philosophique, 9e année, 2, n° 51, pp. 396-400, n° 52, pp. 407-415 ; 10e année, 1, n°1, pp. 1-14.] ― [Traduction française : James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire (pp. 230-266). Paris : Flammarion.]

James, W. (1880c). The feeling of effort. In Anniversary memoirs of the Boston Society of Natural History Published in Celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Society’s Foundation (1830-1880) (pp. 3-32). Boston: Society of Natural History. [Traduction française: James, W. (1880). Le sentiment de l’effort. Critique Philosophique, 9e année, n° 34, pp. 123-128; n° 35, 30 septembre, pp. 129-135; n° 36, 7 octobre, pp. 145-148 ; n° 39, pp. 200-208 ; n° 40, pp. 220-224 ; n° 41,11 novembre, pp. 225-231 ; n° 45, 9 décembre, pp. 289-291.]

 

ANNEE 1881 YEAR

James, W. (1881). Reflex action and theism. Unitarian Review and Religious Magazine, 16, n° 5, November, pp. 389-416. [Traduction française : James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire (pp. 131-162). Paris : Flammarion] ― [Traduction française: James, W. (1882). Action réflexe et théisme. Critique Philosophique, 10e année, 2, 21 janvier, n° 51, pp. 385-391 ; n° 52, 28 janvier, pp. 401-410 ; 11e année, 1, pp. 5-13.]

  

ANNEE 1882 YEAR

James, W. (1882a). On some Hegelisms. Mind, 7, April, pp. 186-208. [Traduction française : James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire (pp. 274-309). Paris : Flammarion]

James, W. (1882b). Rationality,activity and faith. Princeton Review, 2, July, pp. 58-86. [Traduction française : James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire (pp. 83-130). Paris : Flammarion] ― [Traduction française: James, W. (1882). Rationalité, activité et foi. Critique Philosophique, 11e année, 30 septembre, n° 35, pp. 129-140 ; n° 36, 7 octobre, pp. 145-154 ; n° 37, 14 octobre, pp. 161-166].

James, W. (1882c). The sense of dizziness in deaf-mutes. American Journal of Otology, 4, n° 4, October, pp. 239-254.

  

ANNEE 1884 YEAR

James, W. (1884a). On some omissions ofintrospective psychology. Mind, 9, January, n° 33, pp. 1-26.

James, W. (1884b). What is an emotion ? Mind, 9, April, pp. 188-205.

James, W. (1884c). Absolutism and empiricism. Mind, 9, April, pp. 281-286.

James, W. (1884d). The dilemma of determinism. Unitarian Review and Religious Magazine, 22, September, n° 3, pp. 193-224. [Traduction française: James, W. (1884). Le dilemme du déterminisme. Critique Philosophique, 13e année, 29 novembre, n° 44, pp. 273-280 ; n° 46, 13 décembre, pp. 305-312 ; n° 49, pp. 353-362.] [Traduction française : James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire (pp. 163-199). Paris : Flammarion].

  

ANNEE 1885 YEAR

James, W. (1885). On the function of cognition. Mind, 10, pp. 27-44.

  

ANNEE 1886 YEAR

James, W. (1886a). The perception of time. Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 20, pp. 374-407.

James, W., & Carnochan, G. M. (1886). Report of the Committee on hypnotism. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, 1, pp. 95-102.

James, W. (1886b). Report of mediumistic phenomena. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, 1, pp. 102-106.

 

ANNEE 1887 YEAR

James, W. (1887a). The perception of space (I); The perception of space (II) ; The perception of space (III). Mind, 12, n° 45, January, pp. 1-30 ; n° 46, April, pp. 183-211 ; n° 47, July,  pp. 321-353.

James, W. (1887b). The laws of habit. Popular Science Monthly, 30, February, pp. 433-451.

James, W. (1887c). What is an instinct? Scribner’s Magazine, 1, n° 3, March, pp. 355-365.

James, W. (1887d). Some human instincts (I) ; Some human instincts (II). Popular Science Monthly, 31, June, pp. 160-170, September, pp. 666-681.

James, W. (1887e). Reaction time in thehypnotic trance. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, 1, pp. 246-248.

James, W. (1887f). The consciousness of lost limbs. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, 1, pp. 249-258.

James, W. (1887g). Preface. In J. E. Maube, The foundation of ethics (pp. 1-9). New York: Holt.

 

ANNEE 1888 YEAR

James, W. (1888a). What the will effects. Scribner’s Magazine, 3, February, n° 2, pp. 240-250. [Traduction française: James, W. (1888). Ce que fait la volonté. Critique Philosophique, 4e année, 1, n° 6, Juin, pp. 401-420.]

James, W. (1888b). Réponse aux remarques de M. Renouvier, sur la théorie de la volonté. Critique Philosophique, 4e année, 2, n° 12, Décembre, pp. 401-404.

 

ANNEE 1889 YEAR

James, W. (1889a). The psychological theory ofextension. Mind, 14, January, pp. 107-109.

James, W. (1889b). The psychology of belief. Mind, 14, July, n° 55, pp. 321-352.

James, W. (1889c). Note to the foregoing report (second report on experimental psychology). Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, 1, pp. 317-319.

James, W. (1889d). Notes on automatic writing. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, 1, pp. 548-564.

  

ANNEE 1890 YEAR

James, W. (1890a). The principles of psychology (Vol. I) – The principles of psychology(Vol. II). New York: Holt.

James, W. (1890b). The hidden self. Scribner’s Magazine, 7, pp. 361-373.

James, W. (1890c). The importance of individuals. Open Court, 4, pp. 2437-2440. [Traduction française : James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire (pp. 267-273). Paris : Flammarion].

James, W. (1890d). A record of observations of certain phenomena of trance. Proceedings of the [English] Society for Psychical Research, 6, pp. 651-659.

 

ANNEE 1891 YEAR

James, W. (1891a). The proposed shortening of the College course. Harvard Monthly, 11, pp. 127-137.

James, W. (1891b). The moral philosopher andthe moral life. International Journal of Ethics, 1, pp. 330-354. [Traduction française : James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire (pp. 200-229). Paris : Flammarion].

 

ANNEE 1892 YEAR

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James, W. (1892a). Psychology (Briefer Course). New York: Holt.

[Traduction française : James, W. (1909). Précis de psychologie. Paris : M. Rivière]


(Collection S. NICOLAS)
James, W. (1909). Précis de psychologie. Paris: Marcel Rivière.


James, W. (1892b). What psychical research has accomplished. Forum, 13, pp. 727-742.

James, W. (1892c). A plea for psychology as a“Natural Science”. Philosophical Review, 1, pp. 146-153.

James, W. (1892d). Thought before language: Adeaf-mute’s recollections. Philosophical Review, 1, pp. 613-624.

 

ANNEE 1893 YEAR

James, W. (1893a). Mr Bradley on immediateresemblance. Mind, new series, 2, pp. 208-210.

James, W. (1893b). The original datum of spaceconsciousness. Mind, new series, 2, pp. 363-365.

James, W. (1893c). Immediate resemblance. Mind, new series, 2, pp. 509-510.

 

ANNEE 1894 YEAR

James, W. (1894a). Professor Wundt and feelings of innervation. Psychological Review, 1, pp. 70-73.

James, W. (1894b). The physical basis of emotion. Psychological Review, 1, pp. 516-529.

 

ANNEE 1895 YEAR

James, W. (1895a). The knowing of things together. Psychological Review, 2, pp. 105-124.

James, W. (1895b). Experimental psychology in America. Science, new Series, 2, p. 626.

James, W. (1895c). Is life worth living? International Journal of Ethics, 6, pp. 1-24[Traduction française : James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire (pp. 53-82). Paris : Flammarion]

James, W. (1895d). Preface. In F. Paulsen, Introduction to philosophy (pp. iii-vii). New York: Holt.

  

ANNEE 1896 YEAR

James, W. (1896a). A case of psychic automatism, including “Speaking with tongues”. Proceedings of the [English] Society for Psychical Research, 12, pp. 277-279.

James, W. (1896b). Address of the President before the Society for Psychological research. Proceedings of the [English] Society for Psychical Research, 12, pp. 2-10.

James, W. (1896c). The will to believe. New World, 5, 327-347. [Traduction française : James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire (pp. 24-52). Paris : Flammarion].

James, W. (1896d). Psychical research. Psychological Review, 3, 649-652.

  

ANNEE 1897 YEAR


James, W. (1897a).

The will to believe, and other popular essays in popular philosophy.

New York & London: Longmans, Green & Co. (pp. xvii-332)

[Traduction française : James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire (pp. 24-52). Paris : Flammarion]


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James, W. (1916). La volonté de croire. Paris: Flammarion.


James, W. (1897b). Louis Agassiz. Science, new Series, vol. 5, n° 112, 19 février, pp. 285-289. [also: James, W. (1897). Louis Agassiz. Harvard Graduates’ Magazine, 5, pp. 532-536 ; anonymous (1897). Louis Agassiz. American Naturalist, 32, 147-157.]

James, W. (1897c). Oration. In The monument to Robert Gould Shaw (pp. 39-56). Boston: Municipal Printing Office.

  

ANNEE 1898 YEAR

James, W. (1898a). Consciousness under Nitrous Oxide. Psychological Review, 5, pp. 194-196.

James, W. (1898b). Mrs. Piper “the medium”. Science, new Series, vol. 7, n° 175, 6 mai, pp. 640-641.

James, W. (1898c). Philosophical conceptions and practical results. University of California Chronicle, 1, n° 4, pp. 287-310. [An address delivered befire the Philosophical Union of the University of California on August 26, 1898.] [traduction française par G. Bertier : James, W. (1906). Le pragmatisme. Revue de Philosophie, mai, 6, 463-484.]

James, W. (1898d). Human immortality: Twosupposed objections to the doctrine. Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin (pp. 70). [The Ingersoll Lecture delivered at Harvard University in 1897.]

James, W. (1898e). Introduction. In B. Sidis, The psychology of suggestion. New York: Appleton.

 

ANNEE 1899 YEAR


James, W. (1899a).

Talks to teachers on psychology: and to students on some life’s ideals.

New York: Holt (pp. xi-301).

[Traduction française par L. S. Pidoux : James, W. (1906). Causeries pédagogiques. Paris : Payot.]


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James, W. (1906/1934). Causeries pédagogiques (2e éd.). Paris : Payot.


ARTICLES.

James, W. (1899b). Talks to teachers onpsychology (I) ; Talks to teachers on psychology (II)Talks to teachers on psychology (III) ; Talks to teachers on psychology (IV). Atlantic Monthly, 83, n° 496, February, pp. 155-162; n° 497, March, pp. 320-329; n° 498, April, pp. 510-517; n° 499, May, pp. 617-626.

James, W. (1899c). The gospel of relaxation. Scribner’s Magazine, 25, 499-507.

James, W. (1899d). Telepathy (I). - Telepathy (II). Science, new series, vol. 9, n° 227, 5 mai ; n° 230, 26 mai, pp. 654-655 ; pp. 752-753.

James, W. (1899e). Controversy with professor Titchener, on Messrs. Lehmann & Hansens’s Experiments in Unconscious whispering. Proceedings of the [English] Society for Psychical Research, 9, pp. 113-120.

James, W. (1899f). Preface. In E. D. Starbuck, Psychology of religion (pp. v-x). London: W. Scott.

James, W. (1899g). Preface. In W. Lutoslawski’s The world of souls (pp. 5-8). London: G. Allen & Unwin Ltd.

  

ANNEE 1900 YEAR

James, W. (1900). The international psychical Institute. Science, new series, vol. 12, n° 297, 7 septembre, p. 376.

 

ANNEE 1901 YEAR

James, W. (1901a). Frederic Myers’s services to psychology. Proceedings of the [English] Society for Psychical Research, 17, pp. 13-23.

James, W. (1901b). Experience. In J. M. Baldwin (Ed.), Dictionary of philosophy and psychology (vol. I, p. 361)New York & London: Macmillan.

  

ANNEE 1902 YEAR


James, W. (1902a).

The varieties of religious experience: A study in human nature.

New York & London: Longmans, Green & Co (pp. xii-534).



TRADUCTIONS


Collection privée S. Nicolas

James, W. (1906)

L'expérience religieuse.

Paris: Alcan.


Collection privée S. Nicolas

(3e éd. de 1931)


James, W. (1902b). Pragmatic and pragmatism. In J. M. Baldwin (Ed.), Dictionary of philosophy and psychology (Vol. II, p. 321). New York & London: Macmillan.

  

ANNEE 1903 YEAR

James, W. (1903a). The PhD octopus. Harvard Monthly, 36, March, n° 1, pp. 1-9.

James, W. (1903b). The true Harvard. Harvard Graduates’ Magazine, 12, pp. 5-8.

James, W. (1903c). Address at the centenary of Ralph Waldo Emerson (pp. 67-77). Concord: Riverside Press.

  

ANNEE 1904 YEAR

James, W. (1904a). Laura Bridgman. Atlantic Monthly, 93, pp. 95-98.

James, W. (1904b). The Chicago School. Psychological Bulletin, 1, pp. 1-5.

James, W. (1904c). A case of automatic drawing. Popular Science Monthly, 64, pp. 195-201.

James, W. (1904d). Herbert Spencer. Atlantic Monthly, 94, pp. 99-108.

James, W. (1904e). Remarks at peace banquet. Atlantic Monthly, 94, pp. 845-847.

James, W. (1904f). Does consciousness exist? Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 1, September 1st, pp. 477-491.

James, W. (1904g). A world of pure experience(I) ; A world of pure experience (II). Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 1, September 29, n° 20, pp. 533-543 ; October 13, n° 21, pp. 561-570.

James, W. (1904h). The pragmatic method. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 1, December 8, n° 25, pp. 673-687.

James, W. (1904h ). Humanism and truth. Mind, new series, 13, pp. 457-475.

James, W. (1904i). Catholicisme et protestantisme. Revue des Revues, 52, p. 37.

James, W. (1904j). Introduction. In G. T. Fechner, Little book of life after death (pp. vii-xix). Boston: Little, Brown & Co.

 

ANNEE 1905 YEAR


James, W. (1905a). The sentiment of rationality.

New York & London: Longmans, Green & Co. (pp. xiv, 110).


ARTICLES.

James, W. (1905b). La notion de conscience. Archives de Psychologie, 5, pp. 1-12.

James, W. (1905c). The experience of activity. Psychological Review, January 19, 12, pp. 1-17.

James, W. (1905d). The thing and its relations. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 2, January 19, n° 2, pp. 29-41.

James, W. (1905e). The essence of humanism. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 2, March 2, n° 5, pp. 113-118.

James, W. (1905f). How two minds can know onething. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 2, March 30, pp. 176-181.

James, W. (1905g). Is radical empiricism solipsistic? Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 2, April 27, pp. 235-238.

James, W. (1905h). The place of affectional facts in a world of pure experience. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 2, May 25, n° 11, pp. 281-287.

James, W. (1905i). Humanism and truth once more. Mind, April, new series, 14, pp. 190-198.

James, W. (1905j). A knight-errant of theintellectual life: Thomas Davidson. McClure’s Magazine, 25, pp. 3-11.

James, W. (1905k). Introduction. In E. L. Thorndike, The elements of psychology (pp. v-vii). New York: A. G. Seiler.

 

ANNEE 1906 YEAR

James, W. (1906a). G. Papini and the pragmatic movement in Italy. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 3, June 21, n° 13, pp. 337-341.

James, W. (1906b). The mad absolute. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 3, pp. 656-657.

James, W. (1906c). Mr. Pitkin’s refutation of“Radical empiricism”. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 3, p. 712.

James, W. (1906d). Stanford’s ideal destiny. Leland Stanford Junior University Publications, Trustees’ Series, 14, pp. 5-8.

James, W. (1906e). On some mental effects of the earthquake. Youth’s Companion, 80, 283-284.

James, W. (1906f). Preface. In H. Höffding, The problems of philosophy (pp. v-xiv). New York: MacMillan.

 

ANNEE 1907 YEAR

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James, W. (1907a). Pragmatism: A new name for some old ways of thinking. New York & London: Longmans, Green & Co. (pp. xiii—309).


ARTICLES.

James, W. (1907b). The energies of men. Philosophical Review, 16, January, n° 1, pp. 1-20.

James, W. (1907c). A defence of pragmatism (I) ; A defence of pragmatism (II). Popular Science Monthly, 70, March-April, pp. 193-206 ; pp. 351-364.

James, W. (1907d). The powers of men. American Magazine, October, pp. 57-65.

James, W. (1907e). A reply to Mr. Pitkin. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 4, February 14, pp. 105-106.

James, W. (1907f). Pragmatism’s conception of truth. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 4, March 14, n° 6, pp. 141-155.

James, W. (1907g). Controversy about truth(with J. E. Russell). Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 4, May 23, pp. 289-296.

James, W. (1907h). A word more about truth. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 4, July 18, pp. 396-406.

James, W. (1907i). Professor Pratt on truth. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 4, August 15, pp. 464-467.

James, W. (1907j). The absolute and thestrenuous life. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 4, September 26, pp. 546-548.

James, W. (1907k). A case of clairvoyance. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, January, 1, part 2, pp. 221-236.

 

ANNEE 1908 YEAR

James, W. (1908a). The pragmatic account oftruth and its misunderstanders. Philosophical Review, January, 17, n° 1, pp. 1-17.

James, W. (1908b). The social value of theCollege Bred. McClure’s Magazine, 30, 419-422.

James, W. (1908c). “Truth” versus “Truthfulness”. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 5, March 26, pp. 179-181.

James, W. (1908d). Review of Marcel Hébert’s Le pragmatisme et sesdiverses formes anglo-américaines. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 5, pp. 689-694.

James, W. (1908e). The meaning of the word truth. Mind, July, 17, p. 455.

James, W. (1908f). Pluralism and religion. Hibbert Journal, 6, pp. 721-728.

James, W. (1908g). Hegel and his method. Hibbert Journal, 7, pp. 63-75.

James, W. (1908h). Two English critics. Albany Review, January, 2, 393-410.

 

ANNEE 1909 YEAR


New York & London: Longmans, Green & Co (pp. vi + 405).
[Traduction française par E. Le Brun & M. Paris :
James, W. (1910). Philosophie de l’expérience. Paris : Flammarion]


James, W. (1910). Philosophie de l’expérience. Paris : Flammarion.



James, W. (1909b). The meaning of truth : A sequel to « pragmatism ». New York & London: Longmans, Green & Co. (pp. xvii + 298).

[Traduction française par L. Veil & M. David : James, W. (1913). L’idée de vérité. Paris : Félix Alcan]



James, W. (1913). L’idée de vérité. Paris : Félix Alcan.


ARTICLES.

James, W. (1909c). Report on Mrs. Piper’s Hodgson-control. Proceedings of the (British) Society for Psychical Research, 23, pp. 1-121. [Also published: James, W. (1909). Report on Mrs. Piper’s Hodgson-control. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, 3, pp. 470-589]

James, W. (1909d). The doctrine of theearth-soul and of beings intermediate between man and god. An account of thephilosophy of G. T. Fechner. Hibbert Journal, 7, pp. 278-294.

James, W. (1909e). The philosophy of Bergson. Hibbert Journal, 7, pp. 562-577.

James, W. (1909f). Physical phenomena at a private circle. Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, 3, pp. 109-113.

James, W. (1909g). On a very prevalent abuse ofabstraction. Popular Science Monthly, 74, 485-493.

James, W. (1909h). The confidences of a“psychical researcher”. American Magazine, 68, October, pp. 580-589.

James, W. (1909i). A possible case of projections of the double. Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, April, II, n° 4

 

ANNEE 1910 YEAR

James, W. (1910a). Bradley or Bergson? Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 7, January 20, n° 2, pp. 29-33.

James, W. (1910b). A suggestion aboutmysticism. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 7, February 17, n° 4, pp. 85-92.

James, W. (1910c). A correction. Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, 7, pp. 183-184.

James, W. (1910d). A great French philosopher at Harvard. Nation, 90, pp. 312-314.

James, W. (1910e). A pluralistic mystic. Hibbert Journal, 8, 739-759.

James, W. (1910f). The moral equivalent of war. International Conciliation, February, n° 27. [Also published: James, W. (1910). The moral equivalent of war. Popular Science Monthly, 77, pp. 400-412. ― James, W. (1910). The moral equivalent of war. McClure’s Magazine, 35, pp. 463-468.]

 

ANNEE 1911 YEAR


James, W. (1911a).
Some problems of philosophy. A beginning of an introduction tophilosophy. New York & London: Longmans, Green, & Co. (pp. xii + 237) 
[Traduction française par R. Picard : James, W. (1914). Introduction à la philosophie : Essai sur quelques problèmes de métaphysique. Paris : Marcel Rivière]

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James, W. (1914). Introduction à la philosophie : Essai sur quelques problèmes de métaphysique. Paris : Marcel Rivière


James, W. (1911b). Memories and studies

New York & London: Longmans, Green, & Co. (pp. 411)

 

ANNEE 1912 YEAR


James, W. (1912). Essays in radical empiricism. New York & London: Longmans, Green, & Co. (pp. xiii + 282)

 

ANNEE 1920 YEAR


James, W. (1920a). Letters of William James (2 vol.). Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press. London: Longmans, Green, & Co. (vol.I, pp. xxii + 348 ; vol. II, pp. xvi + 382)

James, W. (1920b). Collected essays and reviews. New York & London: Longmans, Green, & Co. (pp. x + 515)

 

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