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William James was the older brother of novelist Henry James, and a pioneering psychologist and philosopher. His works pushed the boundaries of psychology and helped shape the direction the field would grow in. Collected here are four of his most important books: Essays in Radical Empiricism, The Meaning of Truth, The Varieties of Religious Experience, and What is an Emotion? These books helped forge a field and remain as important today as when they were first written!

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