0253200105 1958 Trade paperback copy, book is clean inside, binding is tight, covers have some wear. U-11. Bookseller Inventory #
Synopsis: Excerpt from In the Spirit of William James
The present volume consists, with some Slight additions, of lectures delivered at Indiana Uni versity in January, 1937, on The Mahlon Powell I Foundation. To the memory of the founder, to the authorities of the University, and to my colleagues of the Department of Philosophy of that University, I desire to express my gratitude. I acknowledge my obligations to Little, Brown and Company for their permis sion to draw freely from my larger work on The Thought and Character of William James; to Mrs. Josiah Royce for her generous as sistance in the compilation of biographical ma terial relating to her late husband; and to Rosamond Chapman for her loyal and skillful cooperation in the preparation of my manu script. The title of these lectures indicates my endeavor to be at one and the same time true to William James and to myself.
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Title: In the Spirit of William James (A Midland ...
Publisher: Indiana University Press
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Book Description Indiana University Press. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0253200105