C. I. Lewis
W. V. Quine
Campbell, James. "William James, Charles Peirce, and American Pragmatism, Vol. 1." Edited by John Lachs and Wendy McElroy. Nashville, Tenn.: Knowledge Products, 1996. 2 sound cassettes, 3 hours. Narrated by Lynn Redgrave. Transcript available.
Campbell, James. "William James, Charles Peirce, and American Pragmatism, Vol. 2." Edited by John Lachs and Wendy McElroy. Nashville, Tenn.: Knowledge Products, 1997. 2 sound cassettes, 3 hours. Transcript available.
Davidson, Donald. "In Conversation: Donald Davidson." London: Philosophy International, 1997. 19 videocassettes, 1460 minutes. Includes cassette 1: Davidson, Quine, and Strawson panel; cassette 13: Davidson and Quine on empiricism and truth; cassette 14: Davidson and Rorty on truth and pragmatism.
Dykeman, King J. "William James's Empiricism: A Non-substantial Substance." Recorded at the Field-Being Forum 1997-98, by the Fairfield University Media Center on March 25, 1998. 1 VHS videocassette.
Hickman, Larry, narrator. John Dewey: His Life and Work. San Louis Obispo, Cal.: Davidson Films, 2001. 1 videocassette, 40 minutes. The video combines archival photographs, newsreel clips, animations, and live action footage to illustrate Dewey's life and his thinking on the nature of truth, implications of democracy, and process of learning. Includes segments featuring educators Deborah Meier and Louise Rosenblatt.
Lindroth, Scott. "A Pluralistic Universe." A musical score for tenor voice reading selections from William James's A Pluralistic Universe, accompanied by violin, violincello, clarinet/bass clarinet, piano/celesta, and xylophone/glockenspiel. 1991.
Morganbesser, Sidney. "The American Pragmatists: C. S. Peirce, William James, John Dewey." Bryan Magee talks to Sidney Morganbesser about the American pragmatists. Princeton, N.J.: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1997. 1 VHS videocassette, 43 minutes. Originally broadcast in 1987 on the BBC TV series "Great Philosophers, A History of Western Philosophy."
Morris, Charles W. "Symbols, Values and Philosophy." Audio cassette recorded in 1953, 20 minutes. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1969. New York: Jeffrey Norton, 1981.
Quine, Willard V. O. "The Ideas of Quine." Interview by Brian Magee. Princeton, N.J.: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1997. 1 video cassette, 46 minutes. Originally broadcast in 1977 on BBC TV.
Quine, Willard V. O. "In Conversation: W. V. Quine." 7 VHS video cassettes, 734 minutes. Six panel discussions and one personal interview. London: Philosophy International, Center for the Philosophy of the Natural and Social Sciences, London School of Economics, 1994.
Simon, Linda. "Genuine Reality, A Life of William James: Interview with Brian Lamb." 1 VHS video cassette, 1 hour. Recorded on 5 June 1998 and originally broadcast on C-SPAN's "Booknotes" program in 1998. Distributed by the C-SPAN Archives at Purdue University.
Stuhr, John. "John Dewey." Edited by John Lachs. Nashville, Tenn.: Knowledge Products, 1991. 2 sound cassettes, 2.5 hours. Also available on CD-ROM. Narrated by Charlton Heston. Transcript available.