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Basic writings of Bertrand Russell, 1903-1959

Author: Bertrand Russell; Robert E Egner; Lester E Denonn
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, [1961]
Series: Touchstone book.
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Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970.
Basic writings, 1903-1959.
New York, Simon and Schuster [1961]
(OCoLC)654367462
Named Person: Bertrand Russell; Bertrand Russell; Bertrand Russell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bertrand Russell; Robert E Egner; Lester E Denonn
OCLC Number: 259072
Notes: "Chronological list of Russell's principal works": p. [17]-19.
Description: 736 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Autobiographical asides --
My religious reminiscences --
My mental development --
Adaptation: an autobiographical epitome --
Why I took to philosophy --
The Nobel Prize winning man of letters (essayist and short story writer) --
How I write --
A free man's worship --
An outline of intellectual rubbish: a hilarious catalogue of organized and individual stupidity --
The metaphysician's nightmare --
The philosopher of language --
Language --
Sentences, syntax, and parts of speech --
The uses of language --
The cult of "common usage" --
The logician and philosopher of mathematics --
Symbolic logic --
On induction --
Preface to Principia mathematica --
Introduction to Principia mathematica --
Summary of part III, Principia mathematica --
Summary of part IV, Principia mathematica --
Summary of part V, Principia mathematica --
Summary of part VI, Principia mathematica --
Introduction to the second edition, Principia mathematica --
Mathematics and logic --
The validity of inference --
Dewey's new logic --
John Dewey --
The epistemologist --
Knowledge by acquaintance and knowledge --
By description --
Theory of knowledge --
Epistemological premisses --
The metaphysician --
Materialism, past and present --
Language and metaphysics --
The retreat from Pythagoras --
Historian of philosophy --
Philosophy in the twentieth century --
Aristotle's logic --
St Thomas Aquinas --
Currents of thought in the nineteenth century --
The philosophy of logical analysis --
The psychologist --
Psychological and physical causal laws --
Truth and falsehood --
Knowledge behaviouristically considered --
The moral philosopher --
Styles in ethics --
The place of sex among human values --
Individual and social ethics --
"What I believe" --
The expanding mental universe --
The philosopher of education --
Education --
The aims of education --
Emotion and discipline --
The functions of a teacher --
The philosopher of politics --
The reconciliation of individuality and citizenship --
Philosophy and politics --
Politically important desires --
Why I am not a communist --
The philosopher in the field of economics --
Property --
Dialectical materialism --
The theory of surplus value --
The philosopher of history --
On history --
The materialistic theory of history --
History as an art --
The philosopher of culture: East and West --
Chinese and Western civilization contrasted --
Eastern and Western ideals of happiness --
The philosopher of religion --
The essence of religion --
What is an agnostic? --
Why I am not a Christian --
Can religion cure our troubles? --
The philosopher and expositor of science --
Physics and neutral monism --
Science and education --
Limitations of scientific method --
The new physics and relativity --
Science and values --
Non-demonstrative inference --
The analyst of international affairs --
The taming of power --
If we are to survive this dark time --
What would help mankind most? --
Current perplexities --
World government --
The next half-century --
Life without fear --
Science and human life --
Open letter to Eisenhower and Khrushchev --
Man's peril --
Methods of settling disputes in the nuclear age.
Series Title: Touchstone book.
Responsibility: edited by Robert E. Egner and Lester E. Denonn.

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