The Routledge Guidebook James' Principles of Psychology
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The Routledge Guidebook to James' Principles of Psychology is an engaging and accesible introduction to an important and monumental text which has greatly influenced the development of psychological science and philosophical pragmatism. Written for readers approaching Principles of Psychology for the first time this guidebook not only places James` work within its historical context but also examines the relevance of James` work within psychology and philosophy today.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 133 x 197 x 18mm | 248g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 2 tables and 2 line drawings
  • 1138887536
  • 9781138887534

Table of contents

Series Editor's Preface Author's Preface I. Background 1 Life and Work 2 Substance and Style 3 Evidence and Interpretation 4 Psychology and Philosophy II. Principles 5 Body and Mind 6 Reflex Action and Thought 7 Perception and Association 8 Imagination and Reasoning 9 Cognition and Emotion 10 Consciousness and Subconsciousness 11 Attention and Will 12 Self and Society III. Elaborations 13 Belief and Reality 14 The Known and the Unknown 15 Jimmy and Beyond Appendix: Sources and Treatments Bibliography Indexshow more

About David E. Leary

David Leary is University Professor at the University of Richmond, US.show more

Review quote

‘This book offers magisterial coverage of a masterwork. Reflecting a lifetime of research and teaching in modern psychology and sympathetic study of its most eloquent writer, David Leary has produced a thorough and readable guide to William James’s classic text. It is a reference guide and more. This Guidebook explains James’s ideas in the contexts of his own development, in the contexts of the emerging New Psychology of the late nineteenth century, and in their creative relation with later psychology and philosophy. This is a reader’s guide worthy of its illustrious subject.’ Paul Croce, Stetson University, USA, and former president of the William James Society show more