Review of John Kaag, Sick Souls, Healthy Minds: How William James Can Save Your Life [Book Review]

European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy 14 (1) (2022)
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William James is a philosopher who gets under your skin. Easily. While, to a large degree, this has to do with his understanding of philosophy as a live (and lively) experiment in self-interrogation and conduct, an activity one might find herself performing while engaged in his work and because of it, further evidence of the mesmeric force upon the reader lies in the personal tone of his voice as well as in his ability to read through his times and foresee ours. Despite being the most famous...



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