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The development of Bertrand Russell's philosophy, Ronald Jager

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The development of Bertrand Russell's philosophy
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The development of Bertrand Russell's philosophy
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Ronald Jager
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eng
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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company
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Jager, Ronald Burke
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192
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index present
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B3376.W564
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non fiction
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dictionaries
Series statement
  • Muirhead library of philosophy
  • 20th century philosophy
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  • 11
  • 11
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  • Russell, Bertrand
  • Philosophy
  • Russell, Bertrand
  • PHILOSOPHY
  • Philosophy
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The development of Bertrand Russell's philosophy, Ronald Jager
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  • Originally published: London : George Allen & Unwin, 1972
  • Includes index
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Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Original Title Page; Original Copyright Page; Dedication; Preface; Table of Contents; 1 Introduction: The Character of Russell's Philosophy; A. Overview of Russell and His Work; 1. Russell's books; 2. The philosophic everyman; 3. The place of philosophy; 4. Philosophy intellectualized; B. Design of Russell's Philosophy and of this Book; 5. Chronology; 6. Realist, Atomist, Neutral Monist; 7. Two major themes; C. Beginnings of Analytical Philosophy; 8. Moore and metaphysics; 9. Cambridge influences; 10. The Principles of Mathematics
  • 2 The Early MetaphysicsPart I; A. Being and Relations; 1. Existence, being, subsistence; 2. Immutable 'terms'; 3. Internal and external features; 4. The reality of relations; B. Properties and External Relations; 5. The reducibility of relations; 6. Properties and relations: summary; 7. Later concessions; C. Contingent and Necessary Properties; 8. Aristotelian realism; 9. 'Necessary' and 'intrinsic'; 10. Diversity and difference; 11. Do differences differ?; 12. The drift to atomism; Part II; D. Propositions and Their Constituents; 13. Propositions as unities
  • 14. 'Wisdom' as universal and particular15. ' ... is wise' as a function; E. Propositions: Their Truth and Their Unity; 16. The 'truth' of propositions; 17. What unifies propositions?; 18. Realism in retrospect; 3 The Theory of Logic; A. Philosophical Logic -- 1. The Nature of logic; 2. The Indefinables of logic; 3. Three primitives; B. The Propositional Calculus: Truth Functions; 4. The nature of truth functions; 5. The axioms of Principia; 6. The status of rules; 7. The 'paradoxes of material implication'; 8. The confusions of 'formal implication'; 9. 'Inference' and Principia
  • C. The Predicate Calculus: Quantification10. Quantifiers; 11. Propositional functions; 12. The universal quantifier; 13. 'Some' and 'a'; 14. Russell's three quantifiers; 15. The 'realistic' context; D. Set Theory and Paradoxes; 16. Frege and Russell on 'the paradox'; 17. The shape of the paradox; 18. The theory of types; 19. The vicious-circle principle; 20. Systematic ambiguity; 21. Metaphysical types; 22. Logic and metaphysics; 4 The Philosophy of Mathematics; A. The Poetry and Essence of Mathematics; 1. Mathematics and poetry; 2. Principia; 3. Russell's critique of Peano
  • 4. Retarding influences in mathematical philosophyB. Logicism; 5. Classes and numbers; 6. Defining the numbers; 7. Summary; 8. How to picture numbers; C. Counting and Reasoning; 9. How to count; 10. Natural numbers; 11. Mathematical reasoning; D. Critical Perspectives; 12. von Neumann's numbers; 13. Are the definitions circular?; 14. The nature of logic; 15. Reinterpreting Principia; 16. Principia, Kant, and mysticism; 5 Atomism: Theories of Language; A. The Theory of Descriptions and Its Consequences; 1. The influence of language; 2. The theory itself; 3. Definite and indefinite descriptions
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The development of Bertrand Russell's philosophy, Ronald Jager
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Originally published: London : George Allen & Unwin, 1972
  • Includes index
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Original Title Page; Original Copyright Page; Dedication; Preface; Table of Contents; 1 Introduction: The Character of Russell's Philosophy; A. Overview of Russell and His Work; 1. Russell's books; 2. The philosophic everyman; 3. The place of philosophy; 4. Philosophy intellectualized; B. Design of Russell's Philosophy and of this Book; 5. Chronology; 6. Realist, Atomist, Neutral Monist; 7. Two major themes; C. Beginnings of Analytical Philosophy; 8. Moore and metaphysics; 9. Cambridge influences; 10. The Principles of Mathematics
  • 2 The Early MetaphysicsPart I; A. Being and Relations; 1. Existence, being, subsistence; 2. Immutable 'terms'; 3. Internal and external features; 4. The reality of relations; B. Properties and External Relations; 5. The reducibility of relations; 6. Properties and relations: summary; 7. Later concessions; C. Contingent and Necessary Properties; 8. Aristotelian realism; 9. 'Necessary' and 'intrinsic'; 10. Diversity and difference; 11. Do differences differ?; 12. The drift to atomism; Part II; D. Propositions and Their Constituents; 13. Propositions as unities
  • 14. 'Wisdom' as universal and particular15. ' ... is wise' as a function; E. Propositions: Their Truth and Their Unity; 16. The 'truth' of propositions; 17. What unifies propositions?; 18. Realism in retrospect; 3 The Theory of Logic; A. Philosophical Logic -- 1. The Nature of logic; 2. The Indefinables of logic; 3. Three primitives; B. The Propositional Calculus: Truth Functions; 4. The nature of truth functions; 5. The axioms of Principia; 6. The status of rules; 7. The 'paradoxes of material implication'; 8. The confusions of 'formal implication'; 9. 'Inference' and Principia
  • C. The Predicate Calculus: Quantification10. Quantifiers; 11. Propositional functions; 12. The universal quantifier; 13. 'Some' and 'a'; 14. Russell's three quantifiers; 15. The 'realistic' context; D. Set Theory and Paradoxes; 16. Frege and Russell on 'the paradox'; 17. The shape of the paradox; 18. The theory of types; 19. The vicious-circle principle; 20. Systematic ambiguity; 21. Metaphysical types; 22. Logic and metaphysics; 4 The Philosophy of Mathematics; A. The Poetry and Essence of Mathematics; 1. Mathematics and poetry; 2. Principia; 3. Russell's critique of Peano
  • 4. Retarding influences in mathematical philosophyB. Logicism; 5. Classes and numbers; 6. Defining the numbers; 7. Summary; 8. How to picture numbers; C. Counting and Reasoning; 9. How to count; 10. Natural numbers; 11. Mathematical reasoning; D. Critical Perspectives; 12. von Neumann's numbers; 13. Are the definitions circular?; 14. The nature of logic; 15. Reinterpreting Principia; 16. Principia, Kant, and mysticism; 5 Atomism: Theories of Language; A. The Theory of Descriptions and Its Consequences; 1. The influence of language; 2. The theory itself; 3. Definite and indefinite descriptions
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1 online resource (520 pages)
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9781317853312
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(OCoLC)881183531

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