The Cambridge Companion to Bertrand Russell

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The Cambridge Companion to Bertrand Russell
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • List of Abbreviations Used in Citations xi
  • Contributors xv
  • Introduction 1
  • References 46
  • 1 - Mathematics in and Behind Russell's Logicism, and Its Reception 51
  • Bibliography 80
  • 2 - Russell's Philosophical Background 84
  • References 106
  • 3 - Russell and Moore, 1898–1905 108
  • Notes 126
  • 4 - Russell and Frege 128
  • References 169
  • 5 - Bertrand Russell's Logicism 171
  • 6 - The Theory of Descriptions 202
  • Notes 235
  • 7 - Russell's Substitutional Theory 241
  • Further Reading 284
  • 8 - The Theory of Types 286
  • References 307
  • 9 - Russell's Method of Analysis 310
  • References 330
  • 10 - Russell's Neutral Monism 332
  • 11 - The Metaphysics of Logical Atomism 371
  • 12 - Russell's Structuralism and the Absolute Description of the World 392
  • References 416
  • 13 - From Knowledge by Acquaintance to Knowledge by Causation 420
  • 14 - Russell, Experience, and the Roots of Science 449
  • 15 - Bertrand Russell: Moral Philosopher or Unphilosophical Moralist? 475
  • Bibliography 504
  • Selective Bibliography 507
  • Index 541
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