William James (1842-1910)
James was an American philosopher who in 1872 joined the Harvard faculty as a lecturer on anatomy and physiology, continuing to teach until 1907, after 1880 in the department of psychology and philosophy. In 1890 he published his brilliant and epoch-making "Principles of Psychology," in which the seeds of his philosophy are already discernible. Jamess fascinating style and his broad culture and cosmopolitan outlook made him the most influential American thinker of his day.
- 1885 circa 15 years
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