Biography of William James


James, William. Born in New York, January 11, 1842. An eminent American psychologist and philosophical writer, professor of philosophy in Harvard University, 1897-1907. In 1899-1901 he was Gifford lecturer at the University of Edinburgh. Author: "Principles of Psychology," "The Will to Believe," "Talks to Teachers," "Human Immortality," "The Varieties of Religious Experiences," etc. Died 1910.