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'''William James''' was an American philosopher and psychologist. He is known for being one of the primary proponents of [[pragmatism]], a school of philosophy with origins in the United States which equates truth with usefulness. James wrote prolifically on the subject of [[religious experience]].
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==Personal life===
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William James' brother was [[Henry James]], who was a novelist.

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William James was an American philosopher and psychologist. He is known for being one of the primary proponents of pragmatism, a school of philosophy with origins in the United States which equates truth with usefulness. James wrote prolifically on the subject of religious experience.

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William James' brother was Henry James, who was a novelist.