The Philosophy of Bertrand Russell

Synopsis

This volume is one of the most significant documents on the thought of the giant of the twentieth-century philosophy. Russell's 'Reply to Criticisms,' supplemented by a 1971 'Addendum,' displays his unrivalled clarity, perceptiveness, and scalpel-like wit, on topics ranging from mathematical logic to political philosophy, from epistemology to philosophy of history.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Bertrand Russell
  • Hans Reichenbach
  • Morris Weitz
  • Kurt Gödel
  • James Feibleman
  • Bertrand Russell
  • Hans Reichenbach
  • Morris Weitz
  • Kurt Gödel
  • James Feibleman
  • G. E. Moore
  • Max Black
  • Philip P. Wiener
  • Albert Einstein
  • John Laird
  • Ernest Nagel
  • W. T. Stace
  • Andrew Paul Ushenko
  • Roderick M. Chisholm
  • Harold Chapman Brown
  • John Elof Boodin
  • Justus Buchler
  • Edgar Sheffield Brightman
  • Eduard C. Lindeman
  • V. J. McGill
  • Boyd H. Bode
  • Sidney Hook
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Chicago
Publication year:
  • 1989