Bertrand Russell, by John G. Slater. With a preface by Ray Monk.
Bristol, England, Thoemmes Press, 1994. xii, 171 p.
(Bristol Introductions) *Paper ed.
Preface by Ray Monk
1 A sketch of his life
2 Logic and the foundations of mathmatics
3 Scientific method in philosophy
4 The theory of descriptions: an example of his method in use
5 Metaphysics: 'the skeleton of the world'
6 Epistemology: 'a map of the theory of knowledge'
7 Ethics: the ground for moral rules
8 Religion: a sceptic's testament
9 Political theory: liberal and democratic
10 Political activism: his duty to his family
11 The importance of the study of history
12 The proper role of education in the life of the child
13 Some thoughts on his achievements
Bibliography of works cited or mentioned