"While showing that James always maintained a critical stance toward claims of paranormal phenomena like spiritualism, the author uses new sources to argue that psychical research held a strikingly central position in James's life. It was crucial to his familial and professional relationships, the fashioning of his unique intellectual disposition, and the shaping of his core doctrines, especially the will-to-believe, empiricism, fideism, and theories of the subliminal consciousness and immortality."
1 Vernon Mews
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