- Title Pages
1The Argument of “The Will to Believe”
2On Matter and Manner
3James and Pascal
4Is It “Wishful Thinking”?
5Outcomes and Over-beliefs
6The Precursive Force of Over-beliefs
7The Strata of the Passional
8The Metaphors of Belief
Epilogue:On Becoming Humanly Wise
Appendix A“The Will to Believe” and James’s “Deontological Streak”
Appendix BFaith and Facts in James’s “Will to Believe”
Appendix CJames’s Voluntarism: Readiness, Willingness, or Will to Believe?
- William James on the Courage to Believe
Robert J. O'Connell
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