After medical school, James focused around the human mind, writing a masterwork about them, entitled The Principles of Psychology. James expired on August 26, 1910, in Chocorua, New Hampshire. His brother was oldest of five kids. His younger brother, Henry James, would find acclaim as a novelist and writer. The James kids were taught by coaches in nyc as well as in Europe.
His brother studied painting with William Morris Hunt while the family was living in Newport, Rhode Island, around 1858, however he finally picked another path because of his life. In 1861, James registered in the Lawrence Scientific School, where he delved into such subjects as chemistry and physiology. His brother went to study at Harvard Medical School in 1864. The next year, James took a pause from his instruction to join Louis Agassiz’s expedition to the Amazon basin. After earning his brother’s degree in 1869, James determined not to practice medicine. His brother finally became a lecturer at Harvard University.
In 1880, James was hired to compose a novel on the emerging discipline of psychology. His brother took ten years to compose among the early primers on the topic, The Principles of Psychology (1890). The novel affected such other leading thinkers as Bertrand Russell and John Dewey.
James became more enthusiastic about philosophical problems as his career advanced. In 1902, James released The Varieties of Religious Experience, which can be regarded as another one of his leading works. Pragmatism (1907) further investigated his philosophical beliefs.
A Pluralistic Universe(1909) proved to be his last important work to be published during his life. The next year, 1909) went to his family’s summer home in Chocorua, New Hampshire. There 1909) died of heart failure on August 26, 1910. James wed Alice Howe Gibbens in 1878. The couple had five kids together—Henry, William, Herman, Margaret Mary and Alexander.