Quotation by William James

I know that you, ladies and gentlemen, have a philosophy, each and all of you, and that the most interesting and important thing about you is the way in which it determines the perspective in your several worlds.
William James (1842–1910), U.S. psychologist, philosopher. "The Present Dilemma in Philosophy," lecture 1, Pragmatism (1907).
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