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This temperamental difference in types of thinkers was the subject of his first discourse in the Gifford Lectures at Oxford University, published as A Pluralistic Universe — and it is worth noting that the article "a" is more tentative and modest than "the" would have been; he does not say dogmatically that this is the way the universe is, but here is one man's theory of the way it is. In his second lecture James also confesses that he prefers some variety of pantheism to a dualistic theism because it allows a greater degree of intimacy with "the creative principle": "we are substantially one with it, and .
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