NEW SERIES. V.7,n.2(Winter 1987/1988)

V.8,n.1/2(Summer/Winter 1988) Editor's notes, by K. Blackwell(p.iiiiv) [Antinomies and paradoxes; studies in Russell's early philosophy, ed. by Ian Winchester and Kenneth Blackwell] Contents: Introduction by Ian Winchester(p.716) Pt. I: Residual Hegelianism: The Tiergarten programme, by Nicholas Griffin(p.1934), The antinomy of dynamical causation in Leibniz and the Principles and Russell's early picture of physics, by Ian Winchester(p.3545), The roots of Russell's paradox, by Gregory H. Moore(p.4656) Pt. II: Early work in mathematics and logic: Bertrand Russell's Essay on the Foundations of Geometry and the Cambridge mathematical tradition, by Joan L. Richards(p.5980), Bertrand Russell's logical manuscripts: an apprehensive brief, by I. GrattanGuinness(p.81), Russell's zigzag path to the ramified theory of types, by Alasdair Urquhart(p.8291), The propositional logic of Principia Mathematica and some of its forerunners, by Daniel J. O'Leary(p.92115), Are substitutional quantifiers a solution to the problem of the elimination of classes in Principia Mathematica?, by Jocelyne Couture(p.116132), The referential use of definite descriptions, by Michel Seymour(p.133139), Extension to geometry of Principia Mathematica and related systems II, by Martha Harrell(p.140160) Pt. III: Philosophy, knowledge and mind: Russell's conception of philosophy, by John G. Slater(p.163178), Russell's reevaluation of Meinong, 19131914: an analysis of acquaintance, by Janet Farrell Smith(p.179194), Russell's scientific realism, by Michael Bradie(p.195208), Russell's neutral monism, by Robert Tully(p.209224), Logical correspondence with Russell, by W. V. O. Quine(p.225231) Panel discussion: The tenability of Russell's early phisophy, by A. J. Ayer, I. GrattanGuinness, Nicholas Griffin, Robert Tully, W. W. O. Quine(p.232246) Contributors(p.247248)
