Definition of James, William in English:

James, William

Pronunciation /jāmz/ /dʒeɪmz/

proper noun

  • (1842–1910), US psychologist and philosopher. A leading exponent of pragmatism, he sought a functional definition of truth, and in psychology he is credited with introducing the concept of the stream of consciousness. He was the brother of Henry James.


James, William

/jāmz/ /dʒeɪmz/