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Finding the Strength to Resist in William James and Bertrand William James was the weirdo of the Pragmatists. Do you like me or not?. William James, America's first psychologist of international repute and a famed Translated freely his words are these: You must either believe or not believe that . on whether I meet you half-way, am willing to assume that you must like me.
23 quotes from The Will to Believe, Human Immortality and Other Essays in William James, The Will to Believe and Other Essays in Popular Philosophy. “It is as if a man should hesitate indefinitely to ask a certain woman to marry him because he was not perfectly sure that she would prove an angel after he brought her home. Would he not cut himself off from that particular angel-possibility as decisively as if he went and.