This collection gathers together many of Russell's most important essays in logic and the theory of knowledge, including his theory of types (the logic on which Principia Mathematica was based) and his lectures on the philosophy of logical atomism. | 1901 | The Logic of Relations |
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1905 | On Denoting | |
1908 | Mathematical Logic as Based on the Theory of Types | |
1911 | On the Relations of Universals and Particulars | |
1914 | On the Nature of Acquaintance | |
1918 | The Philosophy of Logical Atomism | |
1919 | On Propositions: What they are and How they mean. | |
1924 | Logical Atomism | |
1936 | On Order in Time | |
1950 | Logical Positivism |