Damn Great Empires!, Alexander Livingston Hardcover
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Drawing together text and contexts, Alexander Livingston analyzes the persistence of political questions in James's major works, from his writings on the self in Principles of Psychology, to the method of Pragmatism, the study of faith and conversion in Varieties of Religious Experience, and the metaphysical inquiries in A Pluralistic Universe. While James is generally thought of as having been silent on questions of politics, this book places him in direct dialogue with advocates and critics of America imperialism from Theodore Roosevelt to W.E.B. Du Bois. Damn Great Empires! demonstrates the importance of William James as a political thinker, as well as his interventions in contemporary debates in political theory, to offer a fresh and original reexamination of the political consequences of pragmatism as a philosophy of faith and action.
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