Pragmatism and Other Writings James, W. Penguin Classics; New edition edition (April 1 2000)

This collection of William James’s writings can serve as an excellent springboard to develop one’s own ontological, epistemological, and ethical ideas. And, like many great works of philosophy, James’s prose reads like literature. To quote George Santayana: “[James was] an impulsive poet: a master in the art of recording or divining the lyric quality of experience.”

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