WILLIAM AND HENRY JAMES|
The two pictures at the top are of William James, sometimes called the "Father of Psychology," because of the psychology textbook he wrote in the 1880's. He is also famous for his philosophical writings and his popularization of the philosophy of Pragmatism, that was originated by Charles S. Peirce. Shown below is his brother, Henry James, who wrote psychological novels. Some of Henry's friends and his brother William recognized the character of Elizabeth Peabody portrayed in his novel The Bostonians.