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James Bissett Pratt (June 22, 1875 – January 15, 1944) held the Mark Hopkins Chair of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy at Williams College. He was president of the American Theological Society 1934–1935.
Elmira, New York, Pratt attended Williams College, graduating in 1898. He subsequently studied at the University of Berlin and at Harvard University, earning his doctorate with William James in 1905. He returned to his alma mater to teach and write on philosophy thereafter.
Writings [ edit ]
The Psychology of Religious Belief, 1907
What Is Pragmatism? 1909
India and Its Faiths
Democracy and Peace
Essays in Critical Realism
The Religious Consciousness: A Psychological Study, 1920
Matter and Spirit, 1922
The Pilgrimage of Buddhism, 1928
Reason in the Art of Living, 1949
Eternal Values of Religion, 1950
References [ edit ]
Biographical Note, James Bissett Pratt Papers, Williams College Archives and Special Collections