Psychologist; born in New York City, Jan. 11, 1842; was educated in private schools and at the Lawrence Scientific School.
In 1872 he became Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University.
He is the author of Principles of psychology; Psychology: briefer course; The will to believe, and other essays in popular Philosophy.
He was appointed Gifford lecturer on natural religion in the University of Edinburgh for 1899-190].
Harper and Brothers Publishers. . New York. 1902.
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