My Philosophical Development
Bertrand Russell's survey of nearly seventy years of his own work is one of the most illuminating books. It is a masterpiece of philosophical autobiography. This edition includes a new introduction by Thomas Baldwin, University of Cambridge.
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My Preseni View of the World
Excursion into Idealism
Revolt into Pluralism
Logical Technique in Mathematics
Theory of Knowledge
Consciousness and Experience
Universals and Particulars and Names
TVw Definition of Truth
TVw Retreat from Pythagoras
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