## The Foundations of Mathematics and Other Logical Essays, Volume 5First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. |

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### Contents

MATHEMATICAL LOGIC 1926 | 62 |

ON A PROBLEM OF FORMAL LOGIC 1928 | 82 |

UNIVERSALS 1925 | 112 |

NOTE ON THE PRECEDING PAPER 1926 | 135 |

TRUTH AND PROBABILITY 1926 | 156 |

FURTHER CONSIDERATIONS 1928 | 199 |

LAST PAPERS 1929 | 212 |

CRITICAL NOTICE OF L WITTGENSTEINS | 270 |

EPILOGUE | 287 |

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according actual agree alternative analysis appears arguments assert atomic propositions Axiom belong called causal certain chance characteristic classes clear clearly combined completely connection consequences consider consistency constructed contain contradiction corresponding course defined definition degree of belief depends determine difficulty discuss distinction elementary equivalent existence explain express fact false feeling follows formal formula functions give given idea identity important individuals induction infinite instance interpretation involved kind laws lead least logical mathematics meaning measurement merely method mind names nature necessary objects occur particular philosophy possible primary Principia Mathematica probability problem properties propositional function propositions proved question range reason regard relation result Russell seems sense sentence simply Socrates sort suppose symbol tautology theorem theory things thought true truth truth-function universe values variable wise Wittgenstein