Abbreviations
Introduction
Acknowledgements
Chronology
PART I. NOCLASSES THEORIES AND SUBSTITUTIONAL THEORIES,
1905–06
1 The Theory of Implication
[1905–06]
2 On Some Difficulties in the Theory of
Transfinite Numbers and Order Types
[1905–06]
3 Early Work on the Substitutional Theory
[1905]
a A Letter to Hardy on Substitution
b On Substitution
4 Developing the Substitutional Theory
[1906–07]
a Substitution
b A Theory ofDetermination
c *20ff.
d Verbal Definitions
e A Paradox of the Substitutional Theory
5 Two Drafts on Substitution [1906]
a On Substitution
b A Partial Draft
6 A Paper Withdrawn from Publication
[1906]
a On the Substitutional Theory of Classes and
Relations: Abstract
b On the Substitutional Theory of Classes and
Relations
7 Logic in Which Propositions Are Not Entities
[1906]
8 On the Functional Theory of Propositions,
Classes and Relations [1906]
9 The Paradoxes of Logic [1906]
10 Multiplicative Axiom [1906]
11 The Paradox of the Liar
[1906]
a The Paradox of the Liar
b A Partial Draft
12 List of Propositions [1906]
PART II. THEORIES OF TRUTH, 1906–08
13 Two Reviews of Joachim [1906]
a What is Truth?
b Review of Joachim, The Nature of Truth
14 On the Nature of Truth [1907]
15 The Nature of Truth [1907]
16 William James’s Conception of Truth
[1908]
PART III. FROM SUBSTITUTIONAL THEORIES TO THE RAMIFIED THEORY OF
TYPES,
1906–08
17 Corrections Required in Present Work [1906]
18 Early Drafts on the Theory of Types
[1906–08]
a Types
b On Types
c Notes on Types
d Fourth Theory
e Individuals
 
19 Fundamentals [1907]
20 The Regressive Method of Discovering the
Premises of Mathematics [1907]
21 “If ” and
“Imply”, A
Reply to Mr. MacColl [1908]
22 Mathematical Logic as Based on the Theory of
Types [1908]
23 Partial Drafts of Principia
Mathematica [c.1908]
a *10. Theory of One Apparent Variable
b Deduction of Theory of Propositions of Higher Type
from That of Those of Lower Type
c *27. The Hierarchy of Types
d *92. The Schröder–Bernstein Theorem
e *130. Selections from Relations
PART IV. REVIEWS ON FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS
24 M. Poincaré’s Science et
Hypothèse [1906]
25 Two Reviews of MacColl [1906]
a Review of MacColl, Symbolic Logic and Its
Applications, in the Athenaeum
b Review of MacColl, Symbolic Logic and Its
Applications, in Mind
26 Review of Pastore, Logica formale dedotta
dalla considerazione di modelli
meccanici [1906]
27 The Study of Logic [1906]
28 Two Reviews of Meinong
[1905–06]
a Review of Meinong, Über die
Erfahrungsgrundlagen unseres Wissens
[1906]
b Review of Meinong, Über die Stellung der
Gegenstandstheorie im System der
Wissenschaften [1907]
29 Mr. Haldane on Infinity [1908]
PART V. OTHER PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEWS AND WRITINGS
30 Is Reason Irrational? [1906]
31 Metaphysics for the Man of Action [1907]
32 Spinoza’s Moral Code [1907]
33 Newton’s Philosophy [1908]
34 Determinism and Morals [1908]
35 Review of Essays, Philosophical and
Psychological, in Honor of William
James [1908]
36 A Reply to Dr. Schiller [1908]
APPENDICES
I Les Paradoxes de la logique [1906]
II Comments on Definitions of Philosophical Terms
[1905–06]
III Notes on Ward’s Comments on The
Principles of Mathematics
[1905]
IV Berry’s Letters to Russell
[1904–10]
Missing and Unprinted Texts
Annotation
Textual Notes
Bibliographical Index
Symbols Index
General Index
