Collection of Bertrand Russell's famous works
Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) was the greatest philosopher of the twentieth century and the greatest logician since Aristotle. He wrote original philosophy on dozens of subjects, but his most important work was in logic, mathematical philosophy, and analytic philosophy.
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Contents of the collection
- Authority And The Individual (1949)
- Acritical exposition of the philosophy of Leibniz, with an appendix of leading passages
- Free thought and official propaganda 1922
- In Praise Of Idleness
- Introduction to mathematical philosophy
- Justice in wartime
- Marriage and morals
- Mysticism and logic, and other essays
- Our knowledge of the external world as a field for scientific method in philosophy.
- Philosophical essays 1910
- Political ideals
- Principia mathematica 1910
- Principles of social reconstruction
- Roads to freedom socialism, anarchism, and syndicalism
- The Conquest Of Happiness (1930)
- The analysis of mind
- The practice and theory of Bolshevism
- The problems of philosophy 1912.
- The problem of China
- Why I Am Not A Christian