When William James died in 1910 he left a large body of manuscript material that has never appeared in print. The most important of these manuscripts are those of the years 1903 and 1904 called qThe Many and the One.q The manuscripts in the rest of the volume contain James's reflections over a period of forty years in the form of drafts, memoranda, and notebook entries. The diverse subjects are arranged under the headings of Philosophy, Psychology, Aesthetics, Ethics, and Religion. Of special interest are the early notes in which James began to work out his own philosophical point of view.a#39;earinga#39;] with her the most important detachment of a great North American Naturalists Expedition, which for the past 6 months had been overrunning Brazil ... on board at Tabatinga another party of 4 Spanish naturalists who had come down from the mountains aamp; the Rio Napo, and after 3 years of ... ] like a holiday picnic.
|Title||:||Manuscript Essays and Notes|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 1988|