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The Collected Papers of B. Russell, v.1: Cambridge Essays, 1888-1899, ed. by Kenneth Blackwell, Andrew Brink, Nicholas Griffin, Richard A. Rempel & John G. Slater.

‚PDLondon & New York; George Allen & Unwin, 1983. xxxiv,554 p. illus. 24 cm. ISBN: 0-04-920095-X (Set)
[Contents]
Abbreviations. Introduction. Acknowledgements. Chronology. Part I: Adolescent writings. 1. Greek Exercises [1888-89] Headnote to Essay Notebook (2-8) 2. How far does a country's prosperity depend on natural resources [1889] 3. Evolution as affecting modern political science [1889] 4. State-socialism [1889] 5. The Advantages and disadvantages of party government, and the conditions necessary for its success [1889] 6. "The language of a nation is a monument to which every forcible individual in the course of ages has contributed a stone." [1889] 7. Contentment; its good and bad points [1889] 8. Destruction must precede construction [1889] Part II: Later personal writing. 9. "A locked diary" [1890-94] 10. Die Ehe [1893] 11.Self-appreciation [1897] Part III: Apostolic essays. General headnote. 12. Can we be statesmen? [1893] 13.Lovborg or Hedda [1894] 14.Cleopatra or Maggie Tulliver [1894] 15.Is ethics a branch of empirical psychology? [1897] 16.Seems, madam? Nay, it is [1897] 17.Was the world good before the Sixth Day? [1899] Part IV: Graduate essays in epistemology and the history of philosophy. General headnote to parts IV and V. 18.Paper on epistemology I [1893] 19.Paper on epistemology II [1893] 20.Paper on Bacon [1893] 21.Paper on history of philosophy [1894] 22.Paper on epistemology III [1894] 23.Paper on Descartes [1894] 24.A critical comparison of the methods of Bacon, Hobbes and DesCartes [1894] 25.Paper on Bacon [1894] 26.Paper on DesCartes I [1894] 27.Paper on Descartes II [1894] 28.Paper on Hobbes [1894] 29.On the distinction between the psychological and metaphysical points of view [c.1894] Part V: Graduate essays in ethics. 30.On pleasure [1893] 31.On the foundations of ethics [1893] 32.The relation of what ought to be to what Is, has been or will be [1893] 33.The relation of rule and end [1893] 34.On the definition of virtue [1893] 35.The ethical bearings of psychogony [1894] 36. Ethical axioms [1894] 37.The free-will problem from an idealist standpoint [1895] 38.Note on ethical theory [c.1896] 39. Are all desires equally moral? [c.1896] Part VI: Fellowship and first professional papers. General headnote. 40.Review of Heymans, Die Gesetze und Elemente des wissen schaftlichen Denkens [1895] 41.Observations on space and geometry [1895] a.Introduction. b.Alternative or supplementary introduction. c.Note. On the meaning of apriority as applied to space. d.Erhardt, Metaphysik, Kap. V, Pp. 226-258. 42.The logic of geometry [1896] 43.Review of lechalas, etude sur l'espace et le temps [1896] 44.The a priori in geometry [1896] Part VII: Political economy. General headnote. 45.Note on economic theory [c.1895] 46.German Social Democracy, as a lesson in Political Tactics [1896] 47.The uses of luxury [1896] 48.Mechanical morals and the moral of machinery [1896] 49.Review of Schmole, Die Sozialdemokratische Gewerkschaften in Deutschland seit dem Erlasse des Sozialisten-Gesetzes [1897] APPENDICES: I.Outlines and reports of lectures. II.What shall I read? Author index. Annotation. Textual notes. Textual principles and methods. Guide to the textual notes.. Bibliographical index. General index.
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The Collected Papers of B. Russell, v.2: Philosophical Papers, 1896-1899, ed. by Nicholas Griffin and Albert C. Lewis. Textual apparatus prepared by W. G. Stratton.

‚PDLondon; Unwin Heyman,1990. xxxix,647 p. illus. 24 cm. ISBN: 0-04-920095-X (Set)
[Contents]
Part I: The dialectic of the sciences (1896-99) 1.Note on the logic of the sciences [c.1896] 2.Various notes on mathematical philosophy [1896-98] 3.Four notes on dynamics [c.1896] 4.Review of Hannequin, Essai critique sur l'hypothese des atomes dans la science contemporaine [1896] 5.On some difficulties of continuous quantity [1896] 6.Review of Couturat, De l'Infini mathematique [1897] 7.On the relations of number and quantity [1897] 8.The philosophy of matter [1897] 9.On the conception of matter in mixed mathematics [1897] 10.Motion in a plenum [1897] 11.Why do we regard time, but not space, as necessarily a plenum? [1897] 12.Review of love, Theoretical mechanics [1898] 13.On causality as used in dynamics [1898] 14.Review of Goblot, Essai sur la classification des sciences [1898] 15.On quantity and allied conceptions [1898] 16.The classification of relations [1899] 17.Review of Meinong, Ueber die Bedeutung des Weber'schen Gesetzes [1899] Part II: An analysis of mathematical reasoning (1898) 18.An analysis of mathematical reasoning being an inquiry into the subject-matter, the fundamental conceptions, and the necessary postulates of mathematics [1898] a.Manuscript material. b.Typescript material. c.Fragments of early drafts. Part III: Philosophy of mathematics (1898-99) 19.On the principles of arithmetic [1898] 20.The fundamental ideas and axioms of mathematics [1899] a.Synoptic table of contents. b.Notes and drafts. c.Fragments of part I. Part IV: Geometry (1898-99) 21.On the constituents of space and their mutual relations [1898] 22.Are Euclid's axioms empirical? [1898] 23.Note on Order [1898] 24 Notes on Geometry [1899] 25.The axioms of geometry [1899] Appendices. I.French texts. II.Miscellaneous notes. III.Extracts from Russell's mathematical notebook of 1896. IV. Lost papers. V.Versos from Paper 3. VI.Reading lists for the philosophy of dynamics [c.1897] Annotation. Textual notes. Bibliographical index. Symbols index. General Index.
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