Volumes of The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell


Volume 10: A Fresh Look at Empiricism, 1927–42

Edited by John G. Slater with the assistance of Peter Kollner
London and New York: Routledge, 1996
Pages: xxxvii, 886
ISBN: 978-0-415-09408-5.



Abbreviations
Introduction
Acknowledgements
Chronology

PART I. AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL WRITINGS

1 Things That Have Moulded Me [1927]
2 How I Came By My Creed [1929]
3 My Religious Reminiscences [1938]

PART II. HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE

4 Events, Matter, and Mind [1927]
5 Had Newton Never Lived [1927]
6 Einstein [1928]
7 The Future of Science [1928]
  Headnote to Four Reviews of Eddington (811)
8 Physics and Theology [1929]
9 Review of Sir Arthur Eddington, The Nature of the Physical World [1928]
10 Review of Sir Arthur Eddington, The Expanding Universe [1933]
11 Scientific Certainty and Uncertainty [1935]
12 Review of James Jeans, The Mysterious Universe [1930]
13 Determinism and Physics [1936]
14 Headnote to Papers 14a14b
a Philosophy and Common Sense [1938]
b Philosophy and Common Sense [1938]

PART III. LOGIC AND PROBABILITY THEORY

15 Mr. F.P. Ramsey on Logical Paradoxes [1928]
16 A Tribute to Morris Raphael Cohen [1927]
17 Probability and Fact [1930]
  Headnote to Two Reviews of Ramsey (1819)
18 Review of Ramsey, The Foundations of Mathematics [1931]
19 Review of Ramsey, The Foundations of Mathematics [1931]
20 Congress of Scientific Philosophy [1936]
21 On Order in Time [1936]
22 On the Importance of Logical Form [1938]
23 Dewey’s New Logic [1939]

PART IV. EDUCATIONAL THEORY

24 How Behaviourists Teach Behaviour [1928]
25 The Application of Science to Education [1928]

PART V. WRITINGS CRITICAL OF RELIGION

26 Why I Am Not a Christian [1927]
27 Bertrand Russell’s Confession of Faith [1927]
28 What Is the Soul? [1929]
29 Why Mr. Wood Is Not a Freethinker [1929]
30 Has Religion Made Useful Contributions to Civilization? [1929]
31 Is Religion Desirable? [1929]
32 Morality and Religion [1929]
33 Science and Religion [1935?]
34 Need Morals Have a Religious Basis? [1937]
35 The Existence and Nature of God [1939]

PART VI. EPISTEMOLOGY AND METAPHYSICS

36 Physics and Metaphysics [1928]
37 On the Value of Scepticism [1928]
38 Bertrand Russell Replies [1929]
39 Analysis of Mind [1932]
40 The Decrease of Knowledge [1935]
41 Headnote to Three Papers on “Useless” Knowledge [1933– 35]
 
a The Social Importance of Culture [1933]
b On Curious Learning [1934]
c “Useless Knowledge” [1935]

42 The Limits of Empiricism [1936]
43 Philosophy and Grammar [1936]
44 Philosophy’s Ulterior Motives [1937]
45 On Verification [1938]
46 The Relevance of Psychology to Logic [1938]
47 Non-Materialistic Naturalism [1942]

PART VII. ETHICS AND POLITICS

48 How Will Science Change Morals? [1928]
49 Democracy and Emotion [1929]
50 Is There a New Morality? [1929]
51 How Science Has Changed Society [1932]
  Headnote to Four Papers on Ethics and Law for the Hearst Newspapers (5255)
52 On Utilitarianism [1933]
53 Individualist Ethics [1933]
54 Respect for Law [1933]
55 Competitive Ethics [1934]
56 The Philosophy of Communism [1934]
57 The Ancestry of Fascism [1935]
58 Freedom and Government [1940]
59 On Keeping a Wide Horizon [1941]

PART VIII. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

60 Philosophy in the Twentieth Century [1936]
61 Plato in Modern Dress [1937]
62 The Philosophy of Santayana [1940]
  Headnote to Four Dialogues with Fellow Authors (6366)
63 Hegel: Philosophy of History [1941]
64 Descartes: A Discourse on Method [1942]
65 Benedict de Spinoza: Ethics [1942]
66 Lewis Carroll: Alice in Wonderland [1942]

PART IX. THE “HOW-TO” SERIES

  Headnote to Three “How-To” Papers (6769)
67 How To Become a Philosopher [1942]
68 How To Become a Logician [1942]
69 How To Become a Mathematician [1942]

APPENDIXES

I Syllabus for Lecture Course [1927]
II “Achilles and the Tortoise” by F.P. Ramsey [1927]
III “Sweet Treasonableness” by S.D. Schmalhausen [1928]
IV “The Scientific Society” by Bertrand Russell [1933]
V Report in Fabian News of Paper 57 [1935]
VI [Manuscript 220.016640] [1937?]
VII Two Letters by Hyman Levy [1938]
VIII “The Relevance of Psychology to Logic” by R.B. Braithwaite [1938]
IX John Dewey’s Reply to Paper 23 [1939]
X Santayana’s Reply to Paper 62 [1940]
XI “A Philosophy for You in These Times” [1941]
XII Notes on Descartes for Paper 64 [1942]
XIII Notes for Lewis Carroll Broadcast, Paper 66 [1942]
XIV Nine Manuscripts Preliminary to Paper 42 [1936]

Annotation
Textual Notes
Bibliographical Index
General Index



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