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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.
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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  3. Evolution as affecting modern political science  4. State-socialism  5. The Advantages and disadvantages of party government, and the conditions necessary for its success  6. "The language of a nation is a monument to which every forcible individual in the course of ages has contributed a stone."  7. Contentment; its good and bad points  8. Destruction must precede construction  Part II: Later personal writing. 9. "A locked diary" [1890-94] 10. Die Ehe  11.Self-appreciation  Part III: Apostolic essays. General headnote. 12. Can we be statesmen?  13.Lovborg or Hedda  14.Cleopatra or Maggie Tulliver  15.Is ethics a branch of empirical psychology?  16.Seems, madam? Nay, it is  17.Was the world good before the Sixth Day?  Part IV: Graduate essays in epistemology and the history of philosophy. General headnote to parts IV and V. 18.Paper on epistemology I  19.Paper on epistemology II  20.Paper on Bacon  21.Paper on history of philosophy  22.Paper on epistemology III  23.Paper on Descartes  24.A critical comparison of the methods of Bacon, Hobbes and DesCartes  25.Paper on Bacon  26.Paper on DesCartes I  27.Paper on Descartes II  28.Paper on Hobbes  29.On the distinction between the psychological and metaphysical points of view [c.1894] Part V: Graduate essays in ethics. 30.On pleasure  31.On the foundations of ethics  32.The relation of what ought to be to what Is, has been or will be  33.The relation of rule and end  34.On the definition of virtue  35.The ethical bearings of psychogony  36. Ethical axioms  37.The free-will problem from an idealist standpoint  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  41.Observations on space and geometry  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  43.Review of lechalas, etude sur l'espace et le temps  44.The a priori in geometry  Part VII: Political economy. General headnote. 45.Note on economic theory [c.1895] 46.German Social Democracy, as a lesson in Political Tactics  47.The uses of luxury  48.Mechanical morals and the moral of machinery  49.Review of Schmole, Die Sozialdemokratische Gewerkschaften in Deutschland seit dem Erlasse des Sozialisten-Gesetzes  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.
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.
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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  5.On some difficulties of continuous quantity  6.Review of Couturat, De l'Infini mathematique  7.On the relations of number and quantity  8.The philosophy of matter  9.On the conception of matter in mixed mathematics  10.Motion in a plenum  11.Why do we regard time, but not space, as necessarily a plenum?  12.Review of love, Theoretical mechanics  13.On causality as used in dynamics  14.Review of Goblot, Essai sur la classification des sciences  15.On quantity and allied conceptions  16.The classification of relations  17.Review of Meinong, Ueber die Bedeutung des Weber'schen Gesetzes  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  a.Manuscript material. b.Typescript material. c.Fragments of early drafts. Part III: Philosophy of mathematics (1898-99) 19.On the principles of arithmetic  20.The fundamental ideas and axioms of mathematics  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  22.Are Euclid's axioms empirical?  23.Note on Order  24 Notes on Geometry  25.The axioms of geometry  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.
Bertrand Russell, Dec. 1894.