|aWilliam James and education /|cedited by Jim Garrison, Ronald Podeschi, Eric Bredo.
|aNew York :|bTeachers College Press,|cc2002.
|axix, 193 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 173-183) and index.
|tDarwinian center to the vision of William James /|rEric Bredo --|tJames's metaphysical pluralism, spirituality, and overcoming blindness to diversity in education /|rJim Garrison --|tWilliam James's prophetic grasp of the failures of academic professionalism /|rBruce Wilshire --|tPluralism and professional practice : William James and our era /|rRon Podeschi --|tJames's metaphysics of experience and religious education /|rSiebren Miedema --|tJames's story of the squirrel and the pragmatic method /|rCleo Cherryholmes --|tFeminist re/examination of William James as a qualified relativist /|rBarbara Thayer-Bacon --|tFrom radical empiricism to radical constructivism, or William James meets Ernst von Glaserfeld /|rD.C. Phillips --|tPragmatism's unfinished project : William James and teacher knowledge researchers /|rJerry Rosiek --|tJames's concept of mystical consciousness : implications for curriculum theory and practice /|rAostre Johnson.
|aJames, William,|d1842-1910|xContributions in education.