Human Immortality by William James
Publication: 1898 Houghton Mifflin & Co; Boston and New York First Edition
James Explores the Possibility of Human Immortality from the Psychological and Sociological Perspective. James proceeded to address the topic - from a psychologist's point of view - by investigating his two objections; namely (1) the difficulty of the "relative to absolute dependence of our spiritual life, as we know it here, upon the brain" and (2) "the incredible and intolerable number of beings which, with our modern imagination, we must believe to be immortal, if immorality be true.
Condition: Publishers brown cloth boards, gilt title to spine, beveled edges, top edge gilt, the book is in phenomenal condition, a bright copy in Near Fine condition