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The Radical Empiricism of William James.

ISBN-13: 978-0313226410
ISBN-10: 0313226415
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?Wild of the Yale philosophy department has written a very important analytical study of James' philosophical outlook....[The author's thesis links] James with existentialism and phenomenology and believes that the late discovery of this relationship symbolizes the indefensible tradition that separates continental and Anglo-American intellectual history and philosophy into autonomous cultural units.?-Journal of American History

"Wild of the Yale philosophy department has written a very important analytical study of James' philosophical outlook....[The author's thesis links] James with existentialism and phenomenology and believes that the late discovery of this relationship symbolizes the indefensible tradition that separates continental and Anglo-American intellectual history and philosophy into autonomous cultural units."-Journal of American History

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