William James as Scientific Philosopher

  1. Francesca Bordogna (University of Notre Dame) – Mathematics and metaphysics in William James’s Some Problems of Philosophy
  2. Alexander Klein (Cal State Long Beach) – Hypothetical Reasoning and “The Will to Believe”
  3. Erik C. Banks (Wright State University) – Mach and James on Neutral Monism and the Unity of Science
Event type: 
Symposium
Chair: 
Thomas Staley
Date and time: 
Friday, July 4, 2014 - 11:00 to 13:00
Location: 
Auditorium B