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|Giovanni Papini||Giovanni Papini (1881–1956) was an Italian pragmatist who enthusiastically embraced the ideas of William James. Read More|
|Ferdinand C.S. Schiller||Ferdinand Canning Scott Schiller (1864–1937) was an English philosopher who embraced pragmatism. Read More|
|Aristotle||Aristotle (384–322 BCE) was an ancient Greek philosopher and one of the most important figures in Western intellectual history. William James calls him an early pragmatist.|
|George Berkeley||George Berkeley (1685–1753) was an English empiricist philosopher who challenged Locke's ideas about primary and secondary qualities. James commends him for contributing to pragmatic thinking.|
|Charles Darwin||Charles Darwin (1809–82) was the British biologist who formulated the theory of evolution based on natural selection and whose ideas indirectly but strongly influenced the thinking of William James.|
|Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel||German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831) was the originator of absolute idealism. This was a monist philosophy, one positing there is one ultimate reality, to which William James is opposed.|
|David Hume||David Hume (1711–76) was the most important of the British empiricists. William James commends him for contributing to pragmatic thinking.|
|Immanuel Kant||German philosopher Immanuel Kant (1724–1804) was the originator of transcendental idealism who sought to reconcile rationalism and empiricism. James faults him for his impracticality.|
|John Locke||John Locke (1632–1704) was an early English empiricist philosopher whom James commends for contributing to pragmatic thinking.|
|George Edward Moore||George Edward Moore (1873–1958) was a British analytic philosopher and contemporary of William James who delivered a devastating critique of James's pragmatic notion of truth.|
|Josiah Royce||Josiah Royce (1855–1916) was an American idealist philosopher whom William James identifies as a pantheist and monist.|
|Socrates||Socrates (c. 469–399 BCE) was an ancient Greek philosopher and one of the most important figures in Western intellectual history. William James calls him an early pragmatist.|
|Herbert Spencer||Herbert Spencer (1820–1903) was an English philosopher whom William James faulted for a number of his ideas.|
|Swami Vivekananda||Swami Vivekananda (1863–1902), an Indian monk and philosopher who brought the teachings of Vedanta to the West, is identified by James as a chief exponent of monism.|