Date(s) - 25/03/2017
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
A Saturday School with Jane O’Grady, London School of Philosophy
Any philosophy that leaves out subjectivity and our sense of the divine, said William James, is ‘ridiculous’. Pragmatist and psychologist, idealist and materialist, ‘systematically erratic’ – he is closer to the Continentals than to Anglo-American philosophers in tackling lived experience, both immediate and transcendent.