Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Bertrand Russell: A Very Short Bibliography [Section IV.1-18.]

Introduction and Contents

IV.   THE COLLECTED PAPERS OF BERTRAND RUSSELL
                  IV.1.    Volume 1. Cambridge Essays, 1888-99, ed. Kenneth Blackwell, Andrew Brink, Nicholas Griffin, Richard A. Rempel and John G. Slater.
                                                     i.  London: George Allen & Unwin, 1983.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Adolescent Writings
·      1 Greek Exercises [1888-89]
Headnote to Essay Notebook (2-8)
·      2 How Far Does a Country’s Prosperity Depend on Natural Resources [1889]
·      3 Evolution as Affecting Modern Political Science [1889]
·      4 State-Socialism [1889]
·      5 The Advantages and Disadvantages of Party Government, and the Conditions Necessary for Its Success [1889]
·      6 “The Language of a Nation Is a Monument to Which Every Forcible Individual in the Course of the Ages Has Contributed a Stone.” [1889]
·      7 Contentment; Its Good and Bad Points [1889]
·      8 Destruction Must Precede Construction [1889]
Part II. Later Personal Writings
·      9 “A Locked Diary” [1890-94]
·      10 Die Ehe [1893]
·      11 Self-Appreciation [1897]
Part III. Apostolic Essays
·      12 Can We Be Statesmen? [1893]
·      13 Lövborg or Hedda [1894]
·      14 Cleopatra or Maggie Tulliver? [1894]
·      15 Is Ethics a Branch of Empirical Philosophy? [1897]
·      16 Seems, Madam? Nay, It Is [1897]
·      17 Was the World Good Before the Sixth Day? [1899]
Part IV. Graduate Essays in Epistemology and the History of Philosophy
·      18 Paper on Epistemology I [1893]
·      19 Paper on Epistemology II [1893]
·      20 Paper on Bacon [1893]
·      21 Paper on History of Philosophy [1894]
·      22 Paper on Epistemology III [1894]
·      23 Paper on Descartes [1894]
·      24 A Critical Comparison of the Methods of Bacon, Hobbes and DesCartes [1894]
·      25 Paper on Bacon [1894]
·      26 Paper on DesCartes I [1894]
·      27 Paper on DesCartes II [1894]
·      28 Paper on Hobbes [1894]
·      29 On the Distinction between the Psychological and Metaphysical Points of View [c. 1894]
Part V. Graduate Essays on Ethics
·      30 On Pleasure [1893]
·      31 On the Foundations of Ethics [1893]
·      32 The Relation of Ought to Be to What Is, Has Been or Will Be [1893]
·      33 The Relation of Rule and End [1893]
·      34 On the Definition of Virtue [1893]
·      35 The Ethical Bearings of Psychogony [1894]
·      36 Ethical Axioms [1894]
·      37 The Free-Will Problem from an Idealist Standpoint [1895]
·      38 Note on Ethical Theory [c. 1896]
·      39 Are All Desires Equally Moral? [c. 1896]
Part VI. Fellowship and First Professional Papers
·      40 Review of Heymans, Die Gesetze und Elemente des wissen schaftlichen Denkens [1895]
·      41 Observations on Space and Geometry [1895]
§      Introduction
§      Alternative or Supplementary Introduction
§      Note. On the Meaning of Apriority as Applied to Space
§      Erhardt, Metaphysik, Kap. V, Pp. 226-258
·      42 The Logic of Geometry [1896]
·      43 Review of Lechalas, Étude sur l'espace et le temps [1896]
·      44 The À Priori in Geometry [1896]
Part VII. Political Economy
·      45 Note on Economic Theory [c.1895]
·      46 German Social Democracy, as a Lesson in Political Tactics [1896]
·      47 The Uses of Luxury [1896]
·      48 Mechanical Morals and the Moral of Machinery [1896]
·      49 Review of Schmöle, Die Sozialdemokratische Gewerkschaften in Deutschland seit dem Erlasse des Sozialisten-Gesetzes [1897]
Appendices
·      I Outlines and Reports of Lectures
·      II What Shall I Read?
                  IV.2.    Volume 2. Philosophical Papers, 1896-99, ed. Nicholas Griffin and Albert C. Lewis.
                                                     i.  London: Unwin Hyman, 1990.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. The Dialectic of the Sciences [1896-99]
·      1 Note on the Logic of the Sciences [c.1896]
·      2 Various Notes on Mathematical Philosophy [1896-98]
·      3 Four Notes on Dynamics [c.1896]
·      4 Review of Hannequin, Essai critique sur l'hypothèse des atomes dans la science contemporaine [1896]
·      5 On Some Difficulties of Continuous Quantity [1896]
·      6 Review of Couturat, De l'Infini mathématique [1897]
·      7 On the Relations of Number and Quantity [1897]
·      8 The Philosophy of Matter [1897]
·      9 On the Conception of Matter in Mixed Mathematics [1897]
·      10 Motion in a Plenum [1897]
·      11 Why Do We Regard Time, But Not Space, as Necessarily a Plenum? [1897]
·      12 Review of Love, Theoretical Mechanics [1898]
·      13 On Causality as Used in Dynamics [1898]
·      14 Review of Goblot, Essai sur la classification des sciences [1898]
·      15 On Quantity and Allied Conceptions [1898]
·      16 The Classification of Relations [1899]
·      17 Review of Meinong, Ueber die Bedeutung des Weber'schen Gesetzes [1899]
Part II. An Analysis of Mathematical Reasoning
·      18 An Analysis of Mathematical Reasoning Being an Inquiry into the Subject-Matter, the Fundamental Conceptions, and the Necessary Postulates of Mathematics [1898]
a.      Manuscript Material
b.      Typescript Material
c.      Fragments of Early Drafts
Part III. Philosophy of Mathematics [1898-99]
·      19 On the Principles of Arithmetic [1898]
·      20 The Fundamental Ideas and Axioms of Mathematics [1899]
a.      Synoptic Table of Contents
b.      Notes and Drafts
c.      Fragments of Part I
Part IV. Geometry
·      21 On the Constituents of Space and Their Mutual Relations [1898]
·      22 Are Euclid's Axioms Empirical? [1898]
·      23 Note on Order [1898]
·      24 Notes on Geometry [1899]
·      25 The Axioms of Geometry [1899]
Appendices
·      I French Texts
·      II Miscellaneous Notes
·      III Extracts from Russell's Mathematical Notebook of 1896
·      IV Lost Papers
·      V Versos from Paper 3
·      VI Reading Lists for the Philosophy of Dynamics [c.1897]
                  IV.3.    Volume 3. Towards the “Principles of Mathematics”, 1900-02, ed. Gregory H. Moore.
                                                     i.  London: Routledge, 1993.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Drafts of The Principles of Mathematics
·      1 The Principles of Mathematics, Draft of 1899-1900
a.      Part i. Number
b.      Part ii. Whole and Part
c.      Part iii. Quantity
d.      Part iv. Order
e.      Part v. Continuity and Infinity
f.        Part vi. Space and Time
g.      Part vii. Matter and Motion
·      2 Part i of the Principles, Draft of 1901
·      3 Plan for Book I: The Variable [1902]
Part II. Absolute Space and Time
·      4 Is Position in Time Absolute or Relative? [1900]
·      5 The Notion of Order and Absolute Position in Space and Time [1901]
·      6 Is Position in Time and Space Absolute or Relative? [1901]
Part III. After Peano: Foundations of Mathematics
·      7 On the Notion of Order [1901]
·      8 The Logic of Relations with Some Applications to the Theory of Series [1901]
·      9 Recent Italian Work on the Foundations of Mathematics [1901]
·      10 Recent Work on the Principles of Mathematics [1901]
·      11 Lecture ii. Logic of Propositions [1901]
·      12 General Theory of Well-Ordered Series [1902]
·      13 On Finite and Infinite Cardinal Numbers [1902]
·      14 Continuous Series [1902]
·      15 On Likeness [1902]
Part IV. Geometry
·      16 Note [1902]
·      17 The Teaching of Euclid [1902]
·      18 Geometry, Non-Euclidean [1902]
Part V. General Philosophy
·      19 Review of Schultz, Psychologie der Axiome [1900]
·      20 Leibniz's Doctrine of Substance as Deduced from His Logic [1900]
·      21 Review of Boutroux, L'Imagination et les mathématiques selon Descartes [1901]
·      22 Review of Hastie, Kant's Cosmogony [1901]
·      23 Do Psychical States Have Position in Space? [1902]
Appendices
·      i Identity and Diversity
·      i.1 Do Differences Differ?
·      i.2 On Identity
·      i.3 Logic Founded on Diversity
·      i.4 On a Logic Founded on Diversity
·      i.5 Logic Founded on Diversity
·      ii An Assault on Russell's Paradox
·      iii Notes on Implication and Classes
·      iii.1 Note on all and Formal Implication
·      iii.2 The Variable
·      iii.3 Note on Class
·      iii.4 Analytic Theory of aCb
·      iii.5 Classes, Implication, and Formal Implication
·      iv French Text of Paper 5
·      v Draft and French Text of Paper 8
·      v.1 On the Logic of Relations with Applications to Arithmetic and the Theory of Series
·      v.2 Sur la logique des relations avec des applications à la théorie des séries
·      vi Outline of Paper 9
·      vii Draft and French Text of Paper 12
·      vii.1 On the General Theory of Well-Ordered Series
·      vii.2 Théorie générale des séries bien ordonnées
·      viii French Text of Paper 16
·      ix Geometry
·      ix.1 On Geometry and Dimensions
·      ix.2 Geometry in the 1901-02 Lectures
·      x Logic and Methodology as a Subject for the B.Sc. Degree
·      xi General Theory of Functions
                  IV.4.    Volume 4. Foundations of Logic, 1903-05, ed. Alasdair Urquhart.
                                                     i.  London: Routledge, 1994.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Early Foundational Work
·      1 Classes [1903]
a.   Draft of *12 to *16
b.   *12.5 etc.
c.    General Theory of Classes
·      2 Relations [1903]
·      3 Functions [1903]
a.   4 Functions and Objects
b.   5 Primitive Propositions for Functions
c.    6 No Greatest Cardinal
d.   7 Functional Complexes
e.   8 Complexes and Functions
Part II. The Zig-Zag Theory
·      4 Outlines of Symbolic Logic [1904]
·      5 On Functions, Classes and Relations [1904]
·      6 On Functions [1904]
·      7 Fundamental Notions [1904]
·      8 On the Functionality of Denoting Complexes [1904]
·      9 On the Nature of Functions [1904]
·      10 On Classes and Relations [1905]
Part III. The Theory of Denoting
·      11 On the Meaning and Denotation of Phrases [1903]
·      12 Dependent Variables and Denotation [1903]
·      13 Points about Denoting [1903]
·      14 On Meaning and Denotation [1903]
·      15 On Fundamentals [1905]
·      16 On Denoting [1905]
Part IV. Philosophy of Logic and Mathematics
·      17 Meinong's Theory of Complexes and Assumptions [1904]
·      18 The Axiom of Infinity [1904, III.12.]
·      19 Non-Euclidean Geometry [1904]
·      20 The Existential Import of Propositions [1905]
·      21 The Nature of Truth [1905]
·      22 Necessity and Possibility [1905]
·      23 On the Relation of Mathematics to Symbolic Logic [1905]
Part V. Philosophical Reviews
·      24 Recent Work on the Philosophy of Leibniz [1903]
·      25 Review of Couturat, Opuscules et fragments inédits de Leibniz [1904]
·      26 Review of Geissler, Die Grundsätze und das Wesen des Unendlichen in der Mathematik und Philosophie [1903]
·      27 Principia Ethica [1903]
·      28 The Meaning of Good [1904]
·      29 Review of Delaporte, Essai philosophique sur les géométries non-euclidiennes [1904]
·      30 Review of Hinton, The Fourth Dimension [1904]
·      31 Review of Petronievics, Principien der Metaphysik [1905]
·      32 Science and Hypothesis [1905]
·      33 Review of Poincaré, Science and Hypothesis [1905]
·      34 Review of Meinong and Others, Untersuchungen zur Gegenstandstheorie und Psychologie [1905]
Appendices
·      i Frege on the Contradiction
·      ii Comments on Definitions of Philosophical Terms
·      iii Sur la relation des mathématiques à la logistique
                  IV.5.    Volume 5. Toward “Principia Mathematica”, 1905–08, ed. Gregory H. Moore.
                                                     i.  In Progress!!!
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. No-Classes 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 of Determination
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, II.13.]
·      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]
                  IV.6.    Volume 6. Logical and Philosophical Papers, 1909-13, ed. John G. Slater.
                                                     i.  London: Routledge, 1992.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Logic and the Philosophy of Mathematics
·      1 The Theory of Logical Types [1910]
·      2 The Philosophical Importance of Mathematical Logic [1911]
·      3 On the Axioms of the Infinite and the Transfinite [1911]
·      4 What is Logic? [1912]
·      5 Reply to Koyré [1912]
·      6 Review of Reymond [1909]
·      7 Review of Carus [1910]
·      8 Review of Mannoury [1910]
·      9 A Medical Logician [1912]
Part II. The Problem of Matter
·      10 On Matter [1912]
·      11 Nine Short Manuscripts on Matter [1912-13]
Part III. Metaphysics and Epistemology
·      12 On the Nature of Truth and Falsehood [1909, II.17.]
·      13 The Basis of Realism [1911]
·      14 Analytic Realism [1911]
·      15 Knowledge by Acquaintance and Knowledge by Description [1911, II.20.]
·      16 On the Relations of Universals and Particulars [1912, II.21.]
·      17 The Nature of Sense-Data: A Reply to Dr. Dawes Hicks [1913]
·      18 On the Notion of Cause [1913]
Part IV. Ethics
·      19 The Elements of Ethics [1909, II.14.]
·      20 Spinoza [1910]
Part V. Critique of Pragmatism
·      21 Pragmatism [1909]
·      22 The Philosophy of William James [1910]
·      23 Review of James's Memories and Studies [1911]
·      24 Pragmatism and Logic [1912]
·      25 Review of James's Essays in Radical Empiricism [1912]
·      26 Review of Boutroux [1912]
Part VI. Critique of the Philosophy of Bergson
·      27 The Professor's Guide to Laughter [1912]
·      28 The Philosophy of Bergson [1912]
·      29 Metaphysics and Intuition [1913]
·      30 Mr. Wildon Carr's Defence of Bergson [1913]
Part VII. Critique of Idealism
·      31 Some Explanations in Reply to Mr. Bradley [1910]
·      32 The Philosophy of Theism [1912]
·      33 Hegel and Common Sense [1912]
·      34 The Philosophy of Good Taste [1912]
·      35 The Twilight of the Absolute [1913]
·      36 Philosophy Made Orthodox [1913]
Appendixes
·      i. F.C.S. Schiller's Replies to Papers 21 and 24 [1909-12]
·      ii. Preface to Philosophical Essays [1910]
·      iii. F.H. Bradley's Criticism of Russell and His Reply to Russell [1910-11]
·      iv. Sur les axiomes de l'infini et du transfini [1911]
·      v. Le Réalisme analytique [1911]
·      vi. G. Dawes Hicks's "The Nature of Sense-Data" [1911]
·      vii. Remarks on Opening the Section [1912]
·      viii. "Réponse à M. Koyré" [1912] and an English Translation of "Sur les Nombres de M. Russell" by A. Koyré
·      ix. "On Mr. Russell's Reasons for Supposing that Bergson's Philosophy is Not True" by H. Wildon Carr
                  IV.7.    Volume 7. Theory of Knowledge: The 1913 Manuscript, ed. Elizabeth Ramsden Eames.
                                                     i.  London: George Allen & Unwin, 1984.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. On the Nature of Acquaintance
·      Chap. I Preliminary Description of Experience
·      Chap. II Neutral Monism
·      Chap. III Analysis of Experience
·      Chap. IV Definitions and Methodological Principles in Theory of Knowledge
·      Chap. V Sensation and Imagination
·      Chap. VI On the Experience of Time
·      Chap. VII On the Acquaintance Involved in Our Knowledge of Relations
·      Chap. VIII Acquaintance with Predicates
·      Chap. IX Logical Data
Part II. Atomic Propositional Thought
·      Chap. I The Understanding of Propositions
·      Chap. II Analysis and Synthesis
·      Chap. III Various Examples of Understanding
·      Chap. IV Belief, Disbelief, and Doubt
·      Chap. V Truth and Falsehood
·      Chap. VI Self-Evidence
·      Chap. VII Degrees of Certainty
Appendices
·      A.1 Course Description – Theory of Knowledge
·      A.2 Course Description –Advanced Logic
·      A.3 Outline – Theory of Knowledge
·      A.4 Diagrams – Relation and Judgment
·      A.5 Outline – Atomic Propositional Thought/Molecular Propositional Thought
·      A.6 Outline – Molecular Thought
·      A.7 Outline – Theory of Knowledge Lectures, Part II
·      B.1 Draft Paper – Props Complex
·      B.2 Diagrams –Relation and Judgment
·      C Reconstructed Table of Contents
                  IV.8.    Volume 8. The Philosophy of Logical Atomism and Other Essays, 1914-1919, ed. John G. Slater.
                                                     i.  London: George Allen & Unwin, 1986.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Theory of Knowledge and Philosophical Method
·      1 The Relation of Sense-Data to Physics [1914]
·      2 Mysticism and Logic [1914, II.26.]
·      3 Preface to Poincaré, Science and Method [1914]
·      4 On Scientific Method in Philosophy [1914, II.27.]
·      5 The Ultimate Constituents of Matter [1915]
·      6 Letter on Sense-Data [1915]
·      7 Note on C.D. Broad's Article in the July Mind [1919]
Part II. Reviews
·      8 Competitive Logic [1914]
·      9 Review of Ruge et al., Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences [1913]
·      10 Mr. Balfour's Natural Theology [1914]
·      11 Idealism on the Defensive [1917]
·      12 Metaphysics [1917]
·      13 A Metaphysical Defence of the Soul [1917]
·      14 Pure Reason at Königsberg [1918]
·      15 Review of Broad, Perception, Physics, and Reality [1918]
·      16 Professor Dewey's Essays in Experimental Logic [1919]
Part III. The Philosophy of Logical Atomism
·      17 The Philosophy of Logical Atomism [1918]
Part IV. Towards the Analysis of Mind
·      18 Manuscript Notes [1918]
a.   On Sensations and Ideas
b.   Behaviourism and Knowledge
c.    Introspection as a Source of Knowledge
d.   Three Notes on Memory
e.   Views as to Judgment, Discarding the Subject
f.      Belief and Judgment
g.   Three Subjects
h.    Propositions
i.      Thoughts on Language, Leading to Language of Thought
·      19 On "Bad Passions" [1919]
·      20 On Propositions: What They Are and How They Mean [1919]
Appendices
·      i. C.D. Broad's Paper on Phenomenalism [1915]
·      ii. Bertrand Russell's Notes on the New Work He Intends to Undertake [1918]
·      iii. Philosophical Books Read in Prison [1918]
·      iv. Duddington's Letter on Existence [1918]
                  IV.9.    Volume 9. Essays on Language, Mind, and Matter, 1919-26, ed. John G. Slater.
                                                     i.  London: Unwin Hyman, 1988.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Philosophy of Mind and Psychology
·      1 Analysis of Mind [1919]
·      2 Miscellaneous Notes [1919]
·      3 Analysis of Knowing [1919]
·      4 Points on Memory [1919]
Headnote to Reviews of Two Psychology Books (5-6)
·      5 Feeble-Minded and Others [1920]
·      6 What Constitutes Intelligence? [1923]
·      7 Mr. Bertrand Russell's Analysis of Mind [1922]
·      8 Instinct and the Unconscious [1922]
·      9 Dr. Schiller's Analysis of The Analysis of Mind [1922]
·      10 Behaviourism [1923]
Headnote to Two Reviews of Broad (11-12)
·      11 Mind and Matter [1925]
·      12 Review of C.D. Broad, The Mind and Its Place in Nature [1926]
·      13 Behaviourism and Values [1926, I.24.]
Part II. Logic, Epistemology and Semantics
Headnote to Two Reviews of Bosanquet (14-15)
·      14 Is Logic Deductive? [1920]
·      15 The Nature of Inference [1920]
·      16 The Meaning of "Meaning" [1920]
·      17 Mathematical Philosophy [1920]
·      18 Introduction to Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus [1921]
·      19 Review of J.M. Keynes, A Treatise on Probability [1922]
·      20 Physics and Perception [1922]
·      21 The Mastery of Words [1923]
·      22 The Meaning of Meaning [1926]
·      23 Vagueness [1923]
Headnote to Two Working Papers for the Second Edition of Principia Mathematica (24-25)
·      24 Truth-Functions and Meaning-Functions [1923]
·      25 What is Meant by "A believes p"? [1923]
·      26 Logical Atomism [1924]
·      27 Perception [1926]
·      28 Theory of Knowledge [1926]
Part III. Science, Mathematics and the Philosophy of Science
Headnote to Five Papers on Relativity Theory (29-33)
·      29 Einstein's Theory of Gravitation [1919]
·      30 The Relativity Theory of Gravitation [1920]
·      31 The Theory of Relativity [1922]
·      32 Einstein [1923]
·      33 Philosophical Consequences of Relativity [1926]
Headnote to Reviews of Four Books on the Theory of Relativity (34-37)
·      34 Relativity, Scientific and Metaphysical [1922]
·      35 Science and Metaphysics [1923]
·      36 The New Gravitation [1924]
·      37 Relativity in Dialogue Form [1926]
Headnote to Four Papers on the Atom (38-41)
·      38 The Interior of the Atom [1923]
·      39 The Atom: Its Structure and Its Problems [1923]
·      40 Atoms in Modern Physics [1924]
·      41 The Structure of the Atom [1925]
Headnote to Reviews of Four Books on Science and Mathematics (42-45)
·      42 Review of C.D. Broad, Scientific Thought [1923]
·      43 The Beginnings of Mathematics [1924]
·      44 Natural Laws [1924]
·      45 Leonardo as a Man of Science [1926]
·      46 The Philosophical Analysis of Matter [1925]
·      47 Introduction to Vasiliev's Space Time Motion [1924]
·      48 Materialism, Past and Present [1924?, II.41.]
·      49 Preface to Nicod's La Géométrie dans le monde sensible [1924]
Headnote to Reviews of Burtt and Whitehead (50-52)
·      50 The Dogmas of Naturalism [1925]
·      51 Relativity and Religion [1926]
·      52 Is Science Superstitious? [1926, II.54.]
Part IV. Ethics, Politics and Religion
Headnote to Reviews of Two Books in Political Philosophy (53-54)
·      53 Philosophers and Rebels [1919]
·      54 Philosophy and Virtue [1919]
·      55 Review of Clutton-Brock [1919]
a.   The Mystic Vision [1919]
b.   The Mystic Vision [1919]
Headnote to Two Reviews of Lossky (56-57)
·      56 The Possibility of Knowledge [1919]
·      57 Is Knowledge Intuitive? [1919]
·      58 Is There an Absolute Good? [1922]
Headnote to Reviews of Two Books in Ethics (59-60)
·      59 What is Morality? [1922]
·      60 Does Ethics Influence Life? [1924]
·      61 Psychology and Politics [1926, I.24.?]
·      62 A Russian Communist Philosopher [1926]
Part V. History of Philosophy and Individual Philosophers
·      63 The Religion of Neo-Platonism [1919]
Headnote to Two Reviews of Aristotelian Society Publications (64-65)
·      64 Philosophy and the Soul [1919]
·      65 A Microcosm of British Philosophy [1919]
Headnote to Three Reviews of Joad (66-68)
·      66 Common-Sense Philosophy [1919]
·      67 Philosophy without Paradox [1919]
·      68 A Philosophic Realist [1919]
Headnote to Reviews of American, British and Irish Philosophers (69-73)
·      69 The Noble Army of Philosophers [1919]
·      70 The Wisdom of Our Ancestors [1920]
·      71 Analytic and Synthetic Philosophers [1922]
·      72 Philosophic Idealism at Bay [1922]
·      73 The Christian Warrior [1922]
Headnote to Five Reviews of Santayana (74-78)
·      74 The Aroma of Evanescence [1922]
·      75 What Constitutes Rationality? [1923]
·      76 A Synthetic Mind [1923]
·      77 Mephistopheles and the Brute [1923]
·      78 A New System of Philosophy [1923]
·      79 From Comte to Bergson [1922]
·      80 Lord Balfour on Methodological Doubt [1923]
Headnote to Reviews of Three Books on Eastern Philosophy (81-82)
·      81 Philosophy in India and China [1923]
·      82 Early Chinese Philosophy [1923]
·      83 Philosophy in the Twentieth Century [1924, I.24.]
Appendixes
·      i. "A New Theory of Measurement" [1919]
·      ii. Two Letters on "The Mystic Vision" [1919]
·      iii. Syllabuses of Lecture Courses [1919-26]
·      iv. F.C.S. Schiller's "Mr. Russell's Psychology" [1922]
              IV.10.    Volume 10. A Fresh Look at Empiricism, 1927-1942, ed. John G. Slater.
                                                     i.  London: Routledge, 1996.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Autobiographical Writings
·      1 Things That Have Moulded Me [1927]
·      2 How I Came By My Creed [1929]
·      3 My Religious Reminiscences [1938, II.57.]
Part II. History and Philosophy of Science
·      4 Events, Matter, and Mind [1927]
·      5 Had Newton Never Lived [1927]
·      6 Einstein [1928]
·      7 The Future of Science [1928]
·      8 Physics and Theology [1929]
·      9 Review of Sir Arthur Eddington, The Nature of the Physical World [1928, III.12.]
·      10 Review of Sir Arthur Eddington, The Expanding Universe [1933]
·      11 Scientific Certainty and Uncertainty [1935]
·      12 Review of James Jeans, The Mysterious Universe [1930, III.12.]
·      13 Determinism and Physics [1936]
a.   Philosophy and Common Sense [1938]
b.   Philosophy and Common Sense [1938]
·      14 Headnote to Papers 14a-14b
a.   Philosophy and Common Sense [1938]
b.   Philosophy and Common Sense [1938]
Part III. Logic and Probability Theory
·      15 Mr. F.P. Ramsey on Logical Paradoxes [1928]
·      16 A Tribute to Morris Raphael Cohen [1927]
·      17 Probability and Fact [1930]
Headnote to Two Reviews of Ramsey (18ю19)
·      18 Review of Ramsey, The Foundations of Mathematics [1931]
·      19 Review of Ramsey, The Foundations of Mathematics [1931]
·      20 Congress of Scientific Philosophy [1936]
·      21 On Order in Time [1936]
·      22 On the Importance of Logical Form [1938]
·      23 Dewey's New Logic [1939, II.58.]
Part IV. Educational Theory
·      24 How Behaviourists Teach Behaviour [1928]
·      25 The Application of Science to Education [1928]
Part V. Writings Critical of Religion
·      26 Why I Am Not a Christian [1927, II.44.]
·      27 Bertrand Russell's Confession of Faith [1927]
·      28 What Is the Soul? [1929, II.48.]
·      29 Why Mr. Wood Is Not a Freethinker [1929]
·      30 Has Religion Made Useful Contributions to Civilization? [1929, II.50.]
·      31 Is Religion Desirable? [1929]
·      32 Morality and Religion [1929]
·      33 Science and Religion [1935?, III.12.]
·      34 Need Morals Have a Religious Basis? [1937]
·      35 The Existence and Nature of God [1939]
Part VI. Epistemology and Metaphysics
·      36 Physics and Metaphysics [1928]
·      37 On the Value of Scepticism [1928, II.47.]
·      38 Bertrand Russell Replies [1929]
·      39 Analysis of Mind [1932]
·      40 The Decrease of Knowledge [1935]
·      41 Headnote to Three Papers on "Useless" Knowledge [1933- 35]
a.   The Social Importance of Culture [1933]
b.   On Curious Learning [1934]
c.    "Useless Knowledge" [1935]
·      42 The Limits of Empiricism [1936]
·      43 Philosophy and Grammar [1936]
·      44 Philosophy's Ulterior Motives [1937]
·      45 On Verification [1938]
·      46 The Relevance of Psychology to Logic [1938]
·      47 Non-Materialistic Naturalism [1942]
Part VII. Ethics and Politics
·      48 How Will Science Change Morals? [1928]
·      49 Democracy and Emotion [1929]
·      50 Is There a New Morality? [1929]
·      51 How Science Has Changed Society [1932]
Headnote to Four Papers on Ethics and Law for the Hearst Newspapers (52-55)
·      52 On Utilitarianism [1933]
·      53 Individualist Ethics [1933]
·      54 Respect for Law [1933]
·      55 Competitive Ethics [1934]
·      56 The Philosophy of Communism [1934]
·      57 The Ancestry of Fascism [1935, I.30.]
·      58 Freedom and Government [1940]
·      59 On Keeping a Wide Horizon [1941]
Part VIII. History of Philosophy
·      60 Philosophy in the Twentieth Century [1936]
·      61 Plato in Modern Dress [1937]
·      62 The Philosophy of Santayana [1940]
Headnote to Four Dialogues with Fellow Authors (63-66)
·      63 Hegel: Philosophy of History [1941]
·      64 Descartes: A Discourse on Method [1942]
·      65 Benedict de Spinoza: Ethics [1942]
·      66 Lewis Carroll: Alice in Wonderland [1942]
Part IX. The “How-To” Series
·      67 How To Become a Philosopher [1942]
·      68 How To Become a Logician [1942]
·      69 How To Become a Mathematician [1942]
Appendixes
·      i. Syllabus for Lecture Course [1927]
·      ii. "Achilles and the Tortoise" by F.P. Ramsey [1927]
·      iii. "Sweet Treasonableness" by S.D. Schmalhausen [1928]
·      iv. "The Scientific Society" by Bertrand Russell [1933]
·      v. Report in Fabian News of Paper 57 [1935]
·      vi. [Manuscript 220.016640] [1937?]
·      vii. Two Letters by Hyman Levy [1938]
·      viii. "The Relevance of Psychology to Logic" by R.B. Braithwaite [1938]
·      ix. John Dewey's Reply to Paper 23 [1939]
·      x. Santayana's Reply to Paper 62 [1940]
·      xi. "A Philosophy for You in These Times" [1941]
·      xii. Notes on Descartes for Paper 64 [1942]
·      xiii. Notes for Lewis Carroll Broadcast, Paper 66 [1942]
·      xiv. Nine Manuscripts Preliminary to Paper 42 [1936]
              IV.11.    Volume 11. Last Philosophical Testament, 1943-1968, ed. John G. Slater.
                                                     i.  London: Routledge, 1997.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Autobiographical and Self-Critical Writings
Headnote to Three Contributions to The Philosophy of Bertrand Russell (1-2b)
·      1 My Mental Development [1944]
·      2
a.   Reply to Criticisms [1944]
b.   Addendum to My "Reply to Criticisms" [1965]
·      3 My Own Philosophy [1946]
·      4 The Faith of a Rationalist [1947]
·      5 Am I an Atheist or an Agnostic? A Plea for Tolerance in the Face of New Dogmas [1949, II.74.]
Headnote to Four Autobiographical Broadcasts (6-9)
·      6 Why I Took to Philosophy [1955, I.46. & III.4.]
·      7 Some Philosophical Contacts [1955, I.46.]
·      8 Beliefs: Discarded and Retained [1955. I.46.]
·      9 My Debt to German Learning [1955]
Part II. Non-Demonstrative Inference
·      10 Project of Future Work [1943]
·      11 Postulates of Scientific Method [1943]
·      12 Non-Deductive Inference [1945?]
·      13 Postulates of Scientific Inference [1948]
·      14 Note on Non-Demonstrative Inference and Induction [1959]
·      15 The Nature and Origin of Scientific Method [1948]
Part III. On Some of His Younger Contemporaries
·      16 Logical Positivism [1945]
·      17 Logical Positivism [1950]
Headnote to Two Reviews of Ayer (18-19)
·      18 Review of A.J. Ayer, Language, Truth and Logic [1947]
·      19 Light versus Heat [1954]
·      20 Ludwig Wittgenstein [1951]
Part IV. On Some of His Older Contemporaries
·      21 Foreword to Feibleman, Introduction to Peirce's Philosophy [1946]
Headnote to Three Papers on Whitehead (22-24)
·      22 Whitehead and Principia Mathematica [1948]
·      23 Alfred North Whitehead [1952, I.46.]
·      24 A Sage's Table-Talk [1954]
·      25 Reminiscences of McTaggart [1948]
·      26 George Santayana [1953, I. 46.]
·      27 Prof. G.E. Moore/Influence on Lord Russell [1958]
·      28 The Influence and Thought of G.E. Moore [1959]
·      29 Preface to Le Probleme logique de l'induction, Jean Nicod [1961]
Part V. Metaphysics and Epistemology
·      30 Two Papers on Philosophy [1945?]
·      31 Hume [1946]
·      32 Mind and Matter in Modern Science [1945]
·      33 The Problem of Universals [1946]
·      34 Rewards of Philosophy [1948]
·      35 Mind and Matter [1950, I.46.]
·      36 The Principle of Individuation [1950]
·      37 Perception [1957]
·      38 Notes on Philosophy [1960]
Part VI. Logic and the Philosophy of Mathematics
·      39 Preface to William Kingdon Clifford, The Common Sense of the Exact Sciences [1946]
·      40 Review of Rupert Crawshay-Williams, The Comforts of Unreason [1947]
·      41 William of Occam: Empiricist and Democrat [1949]
·      42 When Is an Opinion Rational? [1950]
·      43 Is Mathematics Purely Linguistic? [1950]
·      44 Mathematical Infinity [1958]
Part VII. Ethics and Politics
·      45 The Thinkers Behind Germany's Sins [1944]
·      46 What Is Democracy? [1946]
·      47 Philosophy for Laymen [1946]
·      48 Comments on Articles on Philosophy [1947]
·      49 A Plea for Clear Thinking [1947, I.46.]
·      50 Philosophy and Politics [1947, II.72.]
·      51 Review of Amber Blanco White, Ethics for Unbelievers [1949]
·      52 Le Philosophe en temps de crise [1950]
·      53 Freedom and the Philosopher [1951]
·      54 Reason and Passion [1952]
·      55 The Idea of Progress [1953]
·      56 The Spirit of Inquiry [1953]
·      57 A Philosophy for Our Time [1953, I.46.]
·      58 Knowledge and Wisdom [1954, I.46.]
·      59 The Duty of a Philosopher in This Age [1964]
Part VIII. John Stuart Mill
·      60 John Stuart Mill and the Idea of Liberty [1948]
·      61 Mill on Liberty [1950]
·      62 John Stuart Mill: On Liberty [1951]
·      63 The Saint of Rationalism [1954]
·      64 A Good-Hearted Philosopher [1954]
·      65 Influence of John Stuart Mill [1955]
·      66 John Stuart Mill [1955, I.46.]
·      67 A Discussion on Liberty [1956]
Part IX. Critique of Religion
·      68 The Existence of God [1948]
·      69 Is There a God? [1952]
·      70 What is an Agnostic? [1953, II.80.]
·      71 Do Science and Religion Conflict? [1954, II.81.]
·      72 Preface to Why I am Not a Christian [1957]
Part X. Albert Einstein
·      73 Einstein and the Theory of Relativity [1949]
·      74 Man of the Half-Century? I Choose Einstein [1950]
·      75 Albert Einstein [1955]
·      76 The Greatness of Albert Einstein [1955]
·      77 Preface to Einstein on Peace [1960]
·      78 Statement on Einstein [1964]
·      79 Broadcast Concerning Einstein [1965]
·      80 Foreword to The Born-Einstein Letters [1968]
Part XI. Critique of Ordinary Language Philosophy
·      81 The Cult of "Common Usage" [1953]
·      82 Philosophical Analysis [1956]
·      83 Logic and Ontology [1957]
·      84 Mr. Strawson on Referring [1957]
·      85 What is Mind? [1958]
·      86 Introduction to Ernest Gellner, Words and Things [1959]
Appendixes
·      i. "Philosophy for Lay Students" by W.B. Gallie [1947]
·      ii. Le Principe d'individuation [1950]
·      iii. Un Filosofo de Buon Cuore [1954]
·      iv. Foreword to Logic and Knowledge [1956]
·      v. "Infinity" by E.R. Emmet [1957]
·      vi. [Manuscript RA1 220.016640]
·      vii. Russell's Notes on Warnock, Strawson, Ryle and Gellner
·      viii. Russell's Last Philosophical Writing [1968]
              IV.12.    Volume 12. Contemplation and Action, 1902-14, ed. Richard A. Rempel, Andrew Brink and Margaret Moran.
                                                     i.  London: George Allen & Unwin, 1985.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. “Ashes of Dead Bodies”
·      1 Journal [1902-05]
Part II. “Refuge in Pure Contemplation”
·      2 The Pilgrimage of Life [1902-03]
a.   The Return to the Cave
b.   Untitled
c.    Untitled
d.   The Worship of Truth
e.   The Message of Nature
f.      Untitled
g.   Duty and Fate
h.    Wisdom
i.      The Past
j.      Untitled
k.    The Two Races of Man
l.      Untitled
m. Untitled
n.    The Communion of Saints
o.   Untitled
p.   The Ocean of Life
q.   Austerity
r.     Gentleness
s.    The Forgiveness of Sins
t.      The Atonement
u.    Religion
·      3 The Education of the Emotions [c. 1902]
·      4 The Free Man's Worship [1903]
·      5 On History [1904]
·      6 The Study of Mathematics [1907]
Part III. “On the Two Natures of Man”
·      7 Prisons [1911]
a.   Untitled Outline
b.   Contemplation
c.    Action and Contemplation
d.   Freedom and Bondage
e.   Prisons I
f.      The Good
·      8 The Essence of Religion [1912, II.23.]
·      9 The Perplexities of John Forstice [1912]
·      10 Mysticism and Logic [1914, II.26.]
Part IV. Defence of Free Trade
·      11 Literature of the Fiscal Controversy [1904]
·      12 The Tariff Controversy [1904]
·      13 Mr. Charles Booth on Fiscal Reform [1904]
·      14 Old and New Protectionism [1904]
·      15 International Competition [1904]
·      16 Mr. Charles Booth's Proposals for Fiscal Reform [1904]
·      17 Mr. Gerald Balfour on Countervailing Duties [1904]
Part V. Liberalism and Women’s Suffrage
·      18 On the Democratic Ideal [c. 1906]
·      19 The Status of Women [c. 1906]
·      20 The Wimbledon By-Election [1907]
·      21 After the Second Reading [1908]
·      22 Mr. Asquith's Pronouncement [1908]
·      23 Liberalism and Women's Suffrage [1908]
·      24 The Present Situation [1909]
·      25 Should Suffragists Welcome the People's Suffrage Federation? [1909]
·      26 Address to the Bedford Liberal Association [1910]
·      27 Anti-Suffragist Anxieties [1910]
Part VI. Other Edwardian Controversies
·      28 Religion and Metaphysics, review of McTaggart [1906]
·      29 A History of Free Thought, review of Robertson [1906]
·      30 Freethought Ancient and Modern, review of Robertson [1906]
·      31 The Development of Morals, review of Hobhouse [1907]
·      32 Garibaldi's Defence of the Roman Republic, review of Trevelyan [1907]
·      33 The Politics of a Biologist, review of Chatterton-Hill [1907]
·      34 Biology and Politics, review of Chatterton-Hill [1908]
·      35 Memories and Studies, review of James [1911]
·      36 Dramatic and Utilitarian Ethics [1911]
·      37 The Professor's Guide to Laughter, review of Bergson [1912]
·      38 The Place of Science in a Liberal Education [1913]
·      39 The Ordination Service [1913-14]
a.   The Proposed Change in the Ordination Service [1913]
b.   Mr. Russell's Reply [1913]
c.    Inspiration [1914]
·      40 Clio, A Muse, review of Trevelyan [1913]
Appendices
·      I Press Clippings of Russell's Free Trade Speeches [1904]
·      II Comments on Sociological Papers [1904-05]
·      III Press Clippings on the Wimbledon By-Election [1907]
·      IV Meeting at Cambridge [1907]
·      V Deputation to Mr. Asquith [1908]
·      VI A Protest from the Voteless [1910]
·      VII Women's Suffrage [1911]
·      VIII Persia [1911]
·      IX Protest Against the Prosecutions [1912]
·      X Letters from Professor Gwatkin [1913-14]
·      XI The Harvard Crimson Interview [1914]
              IV.13.    Volume 13. Prophecy and Dissent, 1914-1916, ed. Richard A. Rempel.
                                                     i.  London: Unwin Hyman, 1988.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. 4 August – 24 December 1914
·      1 Friends of Progress Betrayed
·      2 The Rights of the War
·      3 Will This War End War? Not Unless the Democracy of Europe Awakens
·      4 War: The Cause and the Cure. Rulers Cannot Be Trusted with Peace Negotiations
·      5 Our Foreign Office. The Need of Democratic Control
·      6 Armaments and National Security
·      7 Belgian Professors in Cambridge
·      8 Fear As the Ultimate Cause of War
·      9 Why Nations Love War
·      10 War, the Offspring of Fear
·      11 Letter to C.A. Reed
·      12 Possible Guarantees of Peace
·      13 Peace and Goodwill Shall Yet Reign
Part II.1915
·      14 The Ethics of War [I.9.]
·      15 Can England and Germany Be Reconciled after the War?
·      16 The Policy of the Allies
·      17 Mr. Russell's Reply to His Critics
·      18 Is a Permanent Peace Possible?
·      19 The Reconciliation Question
·      20 A True History of Europe's Last War
·      21 Mr. Bertrand Russell and the Ethics of War
·      22 To Avoid Future Wars
·      23 A Notable Gathering
·      24 Lord Northcliffe's Triumph
·      25 How America Can Help to Bring Peace
·      26 The Future of Anglo-German Rivalry
·      27 The Philosophy of Pacifism
·      28 War and Non-Resistance
·      29 On Justice in War-Time. An Appeal to the Intellectuals of Europe
·      30 The International Review
·      31 The War and Non-Resistance. A Rejoinder to Professor Perry
·      32 Edith Cavell
Headnote to Two Papers on Cambridge Controversies (33-34)
·      33 Two Letters
·      34 Mr. Russell Replies
·      35 Review of Gilbert Parker, The World in the Crucible
Headnote to Two Critiques of British Foreign Policy (36-37)
·      36 The Unpublished Critique
a.   Principles and Practice in Foreign Policy
b.   Origins of War [Outline]
·      37 The Policy of the Entente, 1904-1914: A Reply to Professor Gilbert Murray
Part III. 1 January – 7 December 1916
·      38 Syllabuses for Eight Lectures on Principles of Social Reconstruction
a.   Philosophy of Social Reconstruction [Sent to Lawrence]
b.   Philosophy of Social Reconstruction [Sent to Ogden]
c.    Principles of Social Reconstruction [Sent to Ogden]
d.   A Course of Eight Lectures on Principles of Social Reconstruction
·      39 Principles of Social Reconstruction
·      40 Disintegration and the Principle of Growth
·      41 What Is Wanted
·      42 Conscription
Headnote to Two Papers on Pacifism (43-44)
·      43 Mr. Russell's Reply
·      44 North Staffs' Praise of War
·      45 The Danger to Civilization
·      46 Principles of Social Reconstruction and Notes for Harvard Lectures
Headnote to First Papers for the No-Conscription Fellowship (47-48)
·      47 Reply to "Academicus" on Conscientious Objectors
·      48 A Clash of Consciences
·      49 Two Years' Hard Labour for Refusing to Disobey the Dictates of Conscience [The Everett Leaflet]
·      50 Practical War Economy
·      51 Will They Be Shot?
·      52 "Folly, Doctor-Like, Controlling Skill"
·      53 The Nature of the State in View of Its External Relations
·      54 Adsum Qui Feci
·      55 Liberty of Conscience
Headnote to Papers on Russell's Trial for the Everett Leaflet (56-57)
·      56 Two Accounts of the Trial
a.   Courtroom Defence of the Everett Leaflet
b.   Rex v. Bertrand Russell
·      57 What Bertrand Russell Was Not Allowed to Say
Headnote to Three Tributes to the Conscientious Objectors (58-60)
·      58 An Appeal on Behalf of Conscientious Objectors
·      59 Mr. Tennant on the Conscientious Objectors
·      60 The Question of the Conscientious Objectors
Headnote to Two Calls for Peace Negotiations (61-62)
·      61 Why Not Peace Negotiations?
·      62 What Are We Fighting For?
·      63 The Cardiff Speech
·      64 British Politics
·      65 Hon. Bertrand Russell Says When Fate of Constantinople Is Settled
·      66 The Conscientious Objector
·      67 Rex v. Russell
·      68 Clifford Allen and Mr. Lloyd George
·      69 Meeting with General Cockerill
·      70 Bertrand Russell and the War Office
Headnote to Two Papers from the Northern Lecture Tour (71-72)
·      71 The World As It Can Be Made [Syllabus]
·      72 Foreword to Political Ideals
·      73 What We Stand For
·      74 Mr. Russell's Lectures
·      75 Mr. Bertrand Russell's Case
·      76 The NCF and the Political Outlook
Appendixes
·       i. Cambridge Support [1914]
·      ii. Popular Responsibility for War [1915]
·      iii. Cause of Wars [1915]
·      iv. Letter from 36 Sympathizers [1916]
·      v. Memorandum for Private Deputation to the Prime Minister at the House of Commons [1916]
·      vi. NCF Ideals [1916]
·      vii. Bertrand Russell's Advice [1916]
·      viii. Says War Will Have Bad Effect upon Education [1916]
·      ix. Agenda for Meeting of National Committee of the NCF [1916]
·      x. Fear Makes War [1916]
              IV.14.    Volume 14. Pacifism and Revolution, 1916-1918, ed. Richard A. Rempel, Louis Greenspan, Beryl Haslam, Albert C. Lewis, Mark Lippincott.
                                                     i.  London: Routledge, 1995.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Peace Diplomacy in America
·      1 The Momentum of War [1916]
·      2 Letter to President Wilson [1916]
·      3 Why Do Men Persist in Living? [1917]
·      4 Two Ideals of Pacifism [1917]
·      5 The Logic of Armaments [1917]
·      6 For Conscience Sake [1917]
·      7 The Pacifist at Large [1917]
·      8 The Future of The Tribunal [1917]
·      9 President Wilson's Statement [1917]
·      10 Why the War Continues [1917]
·      11 The Prospects of the N.C.F. in the New Year [1917]
·      12 Prefatory Note [1917]
Part II. The Spectre of Domestic Conscription and the Absolutist Challenge
·      13 Universal National Service [1917]
a.   Universal National Service [1917]
b.   General Policy [1917]
c.    Industrial Conscription [1917]
d.   Letter to NCF Divisional and Branch Secretaries [1917]
·      14 The Government and Absolute Exemption [1917]
·      15 National Service [1917]
·      16 Liberty and National Service [1917]
·      17 The Position of the Absolutists [1917]
·      18 Letters to Home Office Camps [1917]
a.   To N.C.F. Camp Secretaries [1917]
b.   To Camp Secretaries [1917]
c.    Letter to Camp Secretaries on Home Office Work Centres [1917]
·      19 War and Individual Liberty [1917]
·      20 Saul Among the Prophets (i) [1917]
·      21 Conscientious Objectors [1917]
Part III. Russia Leaves the War
·      22 Russian Charter of Freedom [1917]
·      23 Russia Leads the Way [1917]
·      24 The Evils of Persecution [1917]
·      25 The Conscientious Objector: Reply to E.A. Wodehouse [1917]
·      26 The New Hope [1917]
·      27 America's Entry into the War [1917]
Part IV. Individual Witness or Collective Action
·      28 The Importance of Mental Growth [1917]
·      29 Should the N.-C.F. Abstain from All Political Action? [1917]
·      30 Home Office Camps and Slacking [1917]
a.   Memorandum to the National Committee [1917]
b.   Draft Letter to Home Office Camps [1917]
·      31 Resistance and Service [1917]
·      32 To the Russian Revolutionaries [1917]
·      33 The Russian Revolution [1917]
·      34 Report of Visit to Princetown [1917]
·      35 How to Destroy Prussian Militarism [1917]
·      36 The Value of Endurance [1917]
·      37 Letter of Resignation [1917]
·      38 Russia and Peace [1917]
·      39 Absolutist Conscientious Objectors [1917]
Part V. A Summer of Hope
·      40 Tribute at Leeds [1917]
·      41 Lord Derby and Leeds [1917]
·      42 Conscientious Objectors: Lord Derby and the Absolutists [1917]
·      43 The Chances of Peace [1917]
·      44 The Price of Vengeance [1917]
·      45 The Military Authorities and the Absolutists [1917]
·      46 Introduction to Clifford Allen's On Active Service [1917]
·      47 Pacifism and Economic Revolution [1917]
·      48 Leeds Aftermath [1917]
·      49 The Renewed Ill-Treatment of "C.O.'s" [1917]
·      50 A Pacifist Revolution? [1917]
·      51 Pacifism and Revolution [1917]
·      52 'I Appeal unto Caesar' [1917]
·      53 The Fall of Bethmann-Hollweg [1917]
·      54 The International Situation [1917]
·      55 Chancellor and Premier [1917]
Part VI. Political Ideals
·      56 Political Ideals [1916]
·      57 Capitalism and the Wages System [1917]
·      58 Pitfalls in Socialism [1917]
·      59 Individual Liberty and Public Control [1917]
·      60 National Independence and Internationalism [1917]
Part VII. The Coalition’s Counter-Offensive against Dissent
·      61 "Crucify Him! Crucify Him!" [1917]
·      62 The Russian Revolution and International Relations [1917]
·      63 C.O. Hunger Strikes [1917]
·      64 The International Situation: The Pope's Peace Note [1917]
·      65 Imperialist Anxieties [1917]
·      66 The N.-C.F. Greets the Delegates of Inter-Allied Socialist Conference [1917]
·      67 Self-Discipline and Self-Government [1917]
·      68 Six Months for Spreading Truth [1917]
·      69 Secret Diplomacy [1917]
·      70 The Charge of Anarchy [1917]
·      71 The Kaiser's Reply to the Pope [1917]
·      72 Is Nationalism Moribund? [1917]
·      73 Asia and the War [1917]
·      74 The Times on Revolution [1917]
·      75 Count Czernin's Speech [1917]
·      76 A Valuable Suggestion by the Bishop of Exeter [1917]
·      77 The People and Peace [1917]
Part VIII. The New Dictatorship of Opinion
·      78 Saul Among the Prophets (ii) [1917]
·      79 Will Conscription Continue After the War? [1917]
·      80 The International Outlook [1917]
·      81 A New Tribunal for Gaol Delivery [1917]
·      82 The New Dictatorship of Opinion [1917]
·      83 Who Is the British Bolo? [1917]
·      84 Boloism in Power [1917]
·      85 The Sanctity of Conscience [1917]
·      86 Lord Lansdowne's Letter [1917]
·      87 Military Training in Schools [1917]
·      88 The Government's "Concessions" [1917]
·      89 Freedom or Victory? [1917]
·      90 International Opinion During 1917 [1917]
·      91 The N.-C.F. Christmas Card [1917]
Part IX. Russell Charged: Dissent in Disarray
·      92 The German Peace Offer [1918]
·      93 The Bolsheviks and Mr. Lloyd George [1918]
·      94 Letter to the Morning Post [1918]
·      95 Draft of Defence [1918]
·      96 Statements by Bertrand Russell [1918]
a.   Statement by Bertrand Russell [1918]
b.   Statement by Bertrand Russell [1918]
Part X. Russell in Prison
·      97 Human Character and Social Institutions [1918]
·      98 Despair in Regard to the World [1918]
·      99 On a Review of Sassoon [1918]
·      100 The International Outlook (ii) [1918]
·      101 The Single Tax [1918]
·      102 For Any One Whom It May Interest [1918]
·      103 The State God [1918]
Part XI. The Legacies of Conscientious Objectors
·      104 Why Are the C.O.'s Not Released? [1919]
·      105 What the Conscientious Objector Has Achieved [1919]
·      106 What the C.O. Stands For [1920]
Appendixes
·      i Joint Advisory Council: A United Policy [1916]
·      ii The Position in the Home Office Camps [1917]
·      iii Russia's Charter of Freedom [1917]
·      iv Guild Socialism and Education [1917]
·      v Conscientious Objectors: The "Absolutists" and the "Ungenuines" [1917]
·      vi Resolution on Home Office Camps [1917]
·      vii Clifford Allen's Defence [1917]
·      viii Plans for the People's Party [1917]
·      ix Draft Memorandum to Lloyd George [1917]
·      x Question for the House of Commons [1917]
·      xi Re-organisation of Information Bureau [1917]
·      xii What We Stand For: Second Manifesto of the No-Conscription Fellowship [1917]
·      xiii Russell's Requests to Brixton Prison Authorities [1918]
·      xiv To All Members of the Fellowship [1919]
              IV.15.    Volume 15. Uncertain Paths to Freedom: Russia and China, 1919-22, ed. Richard A. Rempel and Beryl Haslam.
                                                     i.  London: Routledge, 2000.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Post-War Realities
·      1 Intellectual Guidance for the Masses [1919]
·      2 The Biology of War [1919]
·      3 Dreams and Facts [1919, I.24.]
·      4 Democracy and Efficiency [1919]
·      5 Philosophers and Rebels [1919]
·      6 Democracy and Direct Action [1919]
·      7 Philosophy and Virtue [1919]
·      8 The Noble Army of Philosophers [1919]
·      9 "The Biology of War" [1919]
·      10 The Infancy of Socialism [1919]
·      11 New Powers and Old Frontiers [1919]
·      12 Taking Dr. Rabagliati to Task [1919]
·      13 The Triumph of Common Sense [1919]
·      14 Germany Before the War [1919]
·      15 An Englishman's China [1919]
·      16 Liberty and Law [1919]
·      17 Why I Am a Guildsman [1919]
·      18 Holy Russia [1919]
·      19 The Seamy Side of Revolution [1919]
·      20 The Philosopher King [1919]
·      21 How Great Men Are Expected to Feel [1919]
·      22 "The Same Door--" [1919]
·      23 The Anatomy of Desire [1919]
·      24 Heroic Adventure in the Antarctic [1920]
·      25 Civilization and the Class Struggle [1920]
·      26 Feeble-Minded and Others [1920]
·      27 The God Demos [1920]
·      28 A Product of Environment [1920]
·      29 To Save an Innocent Man [1920]
·      30 Food and the Man [1920]
·      31 Religious Evolution [1920]
·      32 Socialism and Liberal Ideals [1920]
Part II. Pilgrimage to Russia: Hopes and Disillusionment
·      33 Journal of Trip to Russia [1920]
·      34 British Labour Delegation to Russia and the Illness of Mr. Clifford Allen [1920]
·      35 Impressions of Soviet Russia [1920]
·      36 Why Russia Endures Bolshevism [1920]
·      37 Industry in Undeveloped Countries [1920]
·      38 To the Editor of Shanghai Life [1920]
·      39 Bolshevism--Some Light on the Theory [1920]
·      40 The Uses of Education [1921]
·      41 The Prospects of Bolshevik Russia [1921]
·      42 Why I Support the Labour Party [1921]
·      43 The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism [1921, I.15.]
·      44 Communist Ideals [1921]
·      45 The Relief of the Russian Famine [1921]
Part III. China at the Crossroads
·      46 First Impressions of China [1920]
·      47 The Happiness of China [1921]
·      48 To the Editor of the New Republic [1921]
·      49 Magdeleine Marx's Book on Woman [1921]
·      50 China's Road to Freedom [1921]
·      51 Capitalism in South China [1921]
·      52 Mr. Bertrand Russell and the Japanese Press [1921]
·      53 Ireland and Japan [1921]
·      54 Japan, U.S.A., and Us [1921]
·      55 China and the Powers [1921]
·      56 The Future of China [1921]
·      57 A Plea for China [1921]
·      58 China and Chinese Influence [1921]
·      59 The Problems of China [1921]
·      60 Is Chinese Independence Possible? [1921]
·      61 Sketches of Modern China [1921]
·      62 How Washington Could Help China [1921]
·      63 Reconstruction in China [1922]
·      64 China's Entanglements [1922]
·      65 "Tuchuns", Not "Teachers" [1922]
·      66 As a European Radical Sees It [1922]
Part IV. The Domestic Radical
·      67 Hopes and Fears as Regards America [1922]
·      68 Communism and Society [1922]
·      69 Free Thought and Official Propaganda [1922, II.34.]
·      70 The Prevention of War [1922]
·      71 Communism by Stages [1922]
·      72 The World and the War-Dragon [1922]
·      73 Chinese Problems [1922]
·      74 The Christian Warrior [1922]
·      75 Bring Us Peace [1922]
·      76 Motive in Industry: A Reply to Professor Einstein [1922]
·      77 Instinct and the Unconscious [1922]
·      78 Two Election Leaflets [1922]
a.   To the Electors of Chelsea [1922]
b.   Why Thinking People Vote Labour [1922]
·      79 What Is Morality? [1922]
Appendixes
·      I. Problem: To Produce in Two Nations a Mutual Will to War [1919]
·      II. Déclaration d'Indépendance de l'Esprit [1919]
·      III. Clarté [1920]
·      IV. La Civilisation et la lutte des classes [1920]
·      V. Letters from Russia [1920]
·      VI. Cabinet Report [1920]
·      VII. Letter from China [1920]
·      VIII. The Essence and Effect of Religions [1921, III.12.]
·      IX. Science of Social Structure [1921]
·      X. The Dream [1921]
·      XI. Two Interviews on the Far East [1921]
·      XII. National "Hands Off Russia" Committee [1921]
·      XIII. Russell's "Death" in China [1921]
·      XIV. Silesia: A Protest [1921]
·      XV. Appeal for Inkpin [1922]
·      XVI. "No More War" International Demonstrations [1922]
·      XVII. Coalition Split Was a Sham [1922]
·      XIII. An Appeal to the Electors of Rushcliffe [1922]
              IV.16.    Volume 16. Labour and Internationalism, 1922-25, ed. Nicholas Griffin.
                                                     i.  In Progress!
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Articles in “La Nación”
·      1 A Review of the European Situation [1923]
·      2 Anglo-French Amenities [1923]
·      3 Psychological Dangers in Europe [1923]
·      4 Preparing for the Next War [1923]
·      5 Possibilities of Fascismo [1923]
·      6 Europe’s Race towards Disaster [1923]
·      7 On the British Note of August 13 [1923]
·      8 The Defeat of International Legality [1923]
·      9 Mr. Baldwin and the General Elections [1923]
·      10 Great Britain’s Economic Difficulties [1923]
·      11 What a Labour Government Can and Cannot Do [1924]
·      12 The British Labour Government [1924]
·      13 Bertrand Russell Explains the Consequences of the Dawes Report [1924]
·      14 Hopes of Peace [1924]
·      15 The International Problems Which MacDonald Must Resolve [1924]
·      16 The Restoration of Peace in Europe [1924]
·      17 On Democracy and Government [1924]
·      18 The Achievements of the First Labour Government [1924]
·      19 The New British Government [1925]
·      20 British Policy under the New Government [1925]
·      21 The British Empire and the League of Nations [1925]
Part II. The Problem of the West in China
·      22 Eastern and Western Ideals of Happiness [1924, II.40.]                      
·      23 Bertrand Russell Hits Back [1923]
·      24 The Boxer Indemnity and Chinese Education [1923]
·      25 Missionary Influence in China [1923]
·      26 Chinese and Western Ideals of Life [1923]
·      27 Our Promises to China [1924]
·      28 Headnote to Two Papers
a.   British Imperialism in China [1924]
b.   Letter to the Daily Herald [1924]
·      29 Two Reviews of Stephen King-Hall, Western Civilization and the Far East, and a Reply [1924]
a.   What Really Is Happening in China [1924]
b.   Asia and the White Man [1924]
c.    Why He Distrusts “Gentlemen” [1924]
·      30 The Far Eastern Problem [1924]
·      31 Future Cultural Relations of East and West [1924]
·      32 A Dawes Plan for China? [1924]
·      33 Letter to Mr. Yuen Ren Chao [1925]
Part III. America
·      34 Controversy at Harvard University [1924]
a.   Bertrand Russell Scores Intellectual Quarantine [1924]
b.   An Open Letter to the President of Harvard University [1924]
·      35 An Attempt to Convert Kentucky [1924]
·      36 Americanization [1924]
·      37 Impressions of America [1924]
·      38 The American Intelligentsia [1924]
·      39 Democracy in Prisons [1924]
·      40 Is America Becoming Imperialistic? [1924]       
Part IV. Reason and Society
·      41 Herd Instinct and Acquisitiveness [1922]
·      42 Instinct, Habit, and Intelligence [1922]
·      43 Tolstoy’s Domestic Problems [1923]
·      44 Law, Censorship and the Birth Control Movement
a.   The Case of Margaret Sanger [1923]
b.   Birth Control Prosecutions [1923]
c.    Birth Control and the Law [1923]
d.   Socialism and Birth Control [1923]
e.   Message to Middle Western States Birth Control Conference [1923]
f.      Birth Control [1924]
·      45 Preface to American edition of A Free Man’s Worship [1923]
·      46 Life as an Art [1923]
·      47 Can Men Be Rational? [1923, II.36.]
·      48 The Recrudescence of Puritanism [1923]
·      49 Bertrand Russell’s Address to the Students of Edinburgh [1923]
·      50 The Effect of Science on Social Institutions
a.   The Effect of Science on Social Institutions [Outline] [1923]
b.   The Effect of Science on Social Institutions [Lecture] [1923]
·      51 Biology and Religion [1923]
·      52 Dogmatic and Scientific Ethics [1924]
·      53 The Case against Islam [1924]
·      54 On History
a.   How to Read History [1924]
b.   Study of the Past [1924]
·      55 A Motley Pantheon [1924]
·      56 Machines and the Emotions [1924, I.24.]
·      57 Mechanism and Life [1924]
·      58 Three Ways to the World [1924]
·      59 Ethics and the Drama [1924]
·      60 The Medicine Man [1924]
·      61 The Teacher and the Administrator [1924]
·      62 Could We Settle Everything by Compromise? [1924]
·      63 How To Be Free and Happy [1924]
·      64 Freedom versus Authority in Education [1924, I.24.]
·      65 Socialism and Education [1925]
a.   Socialism and Education [Outline]
b.   Socialism and Education [Fragment]
Part V. The Practice and Theory of Politics
·      66 The Philosophy of Conservatism [1922]
·      67 Slavery or Self-Extermination [1923]
·      68 What a Labour Government Could Do with the Universities [1923]
·      69 A Pensions Grievance [1923]
·      70 To the Electors of Chelsea [1923]
·      71 Introduction to The Spiritual Basis of Democracy [1924]
·      72 What Is Socialism? [1924]
·      73 The Politics of Oil [1924]
·      74 The Need for Political Scepticism [1924, I.24.]
·      75 An Impression [of Lenin] [1924]
·      76 Psychology and Politics [1924, I.24.?]
·      77 French Policy Since Versailles [1924]
·      78 The Government and Scientific Research [1924]
·      79 How to Save Civilization [1924]
·      80 British Policy in the Near East [1924]
·      81 How to Secure World-Peace [1924]
·      82 What Is Wrong with Western Civilization? [1924]
·      83 The European Chaos [1924]
·      84 Causes of Modern War [1924]
·      85 Is the British Labour Government Revolutionary? [1924]
·      86 Bolshevism and the West [1924]
·      87 Government by Propaganda [1924]
·      88 Under Which Flag? [1924]
·      89 Appreciation of E.D. Morel [1924]
·      90 English Politicians and Writers on the Conservative Government’s Rejection of the Ratification of the Anglo-Soviet Agreement [1924]
·      91 British Labour’s Lesson [1924]
Appendixes
Translations, Notes and Drafs:
·      I Spanish Texts of La Nación Articles [1923–25]
·      II Statement Suggested by Bertrand Russell [1923]
·      III Science and Civilization [1923]
·      IV Memorandum on Wei-Hai-Wei [1924]
·      V Education and Peace [1924]
·      VI Is Labour Government Revolutionary? [1924]
·      VII Notes for Speeches [1924]
Interviews:
·      VIII World Peace through Birth Control [1922]
·      IX Blames U.S.A. for Distress [1924]
·      X Science Man’s Destroyer [1924]
·      XI American Interviews [1924]
·      XII Interview in Tokyo Nichi-Nichi
·      XIII Fate of Boxer Indemnity [1924]
·      XIV Baldwin Cabinet Hit for Diverting Boxer Indemnity [1925]
Multiple-Signatory Texts:
·      XV Universal Disarmament [1923]
·      XVI Destitution in Germany [1923]
·      XVII The Death of E.D. Morel
              IV.17.    Volume 17. Authority versus Enlightenment, 1925-27, ed. Nicholas Griffin.
                                                     i.  In Progress!
                                                   ii.  Contents:
NB. The codes refer to Sections A, B and C in volume 2 of the bibliography by Kenneth Blackwell and Harry Ruja.
·      1 Life in the Middle Ages [C25.03]
·      2 The Novels We Read [C25.06]
·      3 Two Forecasts [C25.07]
·      4 The New Economic Policy in Soviet Russia [C25.09]
·      5 The Chinese Amritsar [C25.11]
·      6 Count Keyserling Surveys the World [C25.13]
·      7 Deliver China from Her Bondage [C25.14]
·      8 Those Questions Again! [C25.15]
·      9 Fair Play for the Chinese [C25.16]
·      10 British Policy in China [C25.17]
·      11 China Asserts Herself [C25.19]
·      12 Now Is the Time! [C25.20]
·      13 The World Wags for Webb [C25.20a]
·      14 Defend Dismissed Reader [C25.22]
·      15 Trotsky On Our Sins [C26.04]
·      16 Freedom in Society [1926, I.24.]
·      17 What Is Happening in China? [C26.07]
·      18 An Agricultural Religion? [C26.08]
·      19 A Hundred Years Hence [C26.09]
·      20 What Shall We Educate For? [C26.11]
·      21 The Foreign Wolf in the Chinese Sheepfold [C26.12]
·      22 A Vigorous Attempt to Free Education from the Taint of Class [C26.13]
·      23 Capitalism—Or What? [C26.14]
·      24 On the Use of a General Strike [C26.15]
·      25 Bertrand Russell Tells How General Strike Affected the British People [C26.17]
·      26 Bertrand Russell Tells Why England Is Friendly to Jews [C26.19]
·      27 Is Carlyle's Fame Enduring? [C26.20]
·      28 Bertrand Russell Explains True Meaning of Education [C26.22]
·      29 When Science Rules Us [C26.25]
·      30 Bertrand Russell Thinks America Will Rule the World in the Future [C26.26]
·      31 The White Peril in China [C26.27]
·      32 The Harm That Good Men Do [C26.28]
·      33 [Birth Control] [C26.30]
·      34 What I Think of America [C26.31]
·      35 Are We Living in a Decadent Age? [C26.33]
·      36 The Institution of Marriage Is Here to Stay [C26.34]
·      37 The Future Development of Asia [C26.35]
·      38 Should We Let the Scientists Govern? [C27.02]
·      39 Rewards and Punishments in Education [C27.03]
·      40 Bertrand Russell on the Decalogue [C27.04]
·      41 The Case for Withdrawing Our Forces [C27.05]
·      42 Force in China [C27.06]
·      43 Where Is China Going? [C27.07]
·      44 Democracy of the Future [C27.08]
·      45 British Folly in China [C27.09]
·      46 Why Psychoanalysis Is Popular [C27.10]
·      47 To Modern Parents [C27.11]
·      48 From the Stone Age to 1927 [C27.12]
·      49 Is Literature a Dead Art? [C27.15]
·      50 The Danger of Creed Wars [1927, I.24.]
·      51 "Democracy Is Not Played Out!" [C27.18]
·      52 Birth Control and Housing [C27.18a]
·      53 The Babies Nobody Wants [C27.19]
·      54 Marx Not Responsible for Russian Communism [C27.20]
·      55 The New Life That Is America's [C27.21]
·      56 Are Men and Women Equal? [C27.22]
·      57 [The Future] [C27.23]
·      58 Bolshevism As a Philosophy of Life [C27.24]
·      59 The Training of Young Children [C27.26]
·      60 Russell Opposed to Bolshevism [C27.27]
·      61 British Aristocracy Will Last As Long As the Monarchy [C27.29]
·      62 What I Believe [1925, II.43.]
·      63 The Ethics of Birth Control [B23]
·      64 Freedom in Society [1926, I.24. Again?]
·      65 Letters from Russian Prisons [B26]
·      66 The Underworld of State [B27]
·      67 Twenty Years of Social Pioneering [B30]
·      68 China in Revolt [B33]
·      69 Modern Writers At Work [B45]
·      Appendixes
              IV.18.    Volume 18. Behaviourism and Education, 1927-31, eds. William Bruneau and Stephen Heathorn.
                                                     i.  In Progress!
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I. Beacon Hill School
·      1 Prospectus for Beacon Hill School
a.   Beacon Hill School [1927]
b.   Beacon Hill School [1929]
·      2 A Bold Experiment in Child Education [1927]
·      3 The Bertrand Russell School [1930]
·      4 Headnote to Free Speech in Childhood
a.   Free Speech in Childhood [1931]
b.   "Free Speech in Childhood" (1) [1931]
c.    "Free Speech in Childhood" (2) [1931]
d.   "Free Speech in Childhood" (3) [1931]
Part II. Educational Theory and Practice
·      5 Education and the Good Life [1927]
·      6 How Behaviourists Teach Behaviour [1928]
·      7 The Application of Science to Education [1928]
·      8 Watson Versus Freud in Education [1928]
·      9 Intelligence Tests [1928]
·      10 Do the Thing That's Nearest ... [1928]
·      11 Mr. Russell Replies [1929]
·      12 What I Am Teaching My Children About War [1930]
·      13 The Mental Health of the Child from the Standpoint of the Teacher [1930]
·      14 Compulsory Military Training [1930]
·      15 Russell on True Function of Modern Education [1930]
·      16 Introduction to The New Generation [1930]
Part III. Character Training
·      17 Early Education and Child Welfare [1930]
·      18 Why Pre-School Children Ought to Go to School [1928]
·      19 Education Without Sex Taboos [1927]
·      20 Mr. Bertrand Russell Replies [1928]
·      21 On the Evils Due to Fear [1929]
·      22 Stoicism and Mental Health [1929, II.49.]
·      23 Idealism for Children [1929]
·      24 Why Is Modern Youth Cynical? [1930]
·      25 If My Children Are Happy, Intelligent, and Decent [1931]
·      26 Modern Tendencies in Education [1931]
Part IV. On Parenting
·      27 Are Parents Bad for Children? [1930]
·      28 Do Men Want Children? [1930]
·      29 Children and the Truth [1931]
·      30 Miss Mannin on Children [1931]
Part V. On Marriage and Divorce
·      31 British Thinker Champions Ben Lindsey's Plan [1927]
·      32 My Own View of Marriage [1928]
·      33 Romance – And So to the Divorce Court! [1928]
·      34 Is Modern Marriage a Failure? [1930]
·      35 Debate! Is Modern Marriage a Failure? [1930]
·      36 What Is to Be Done About Divorce? [1930]
Part VI. Science, Faith and the Future of Civilization
·      37 Are Old Men Fit to Rule the World? [1927]
·      38 Russell Tells Why Eugenics is Not Popular [1927]
·      39 Does the World Progress? [1927]
·      40 Our Free Press! [1928]
·      41 Is Life Worth Living? [1928]
·      42 The Ego, The Family and the Nation [1928]
·      43 Speech to the Rationalist Press Association [1928]
·      44 Bringing Socialism up to Date [1928]
·      45 Count Keyserling's Appraisal of Europe and Himself [1928]
·      46 Tolstoy – A Modern Hebrew Prophet [1928]
·      47 On Catholic and Protestant Sceptics [1928]
·      48 Revolution by Intelligence [1928]
·      49 What Faith Means [1928]
·      50 What Will the World Be Like a Hundred Years Hence? [1928]
·      51 Western Civilization: Whither is it Going? [1928]
·      52 Whither Mankind [1928]
·      53 My Vision of the Future [1929]
·      54 What is Western Civilization? [1929]
·      55 Freudianism [1929]
·      56 Are Insects Intelligent? [1929]
·      57 Do We Need a New God? [1929]
·      58 Disenchantment [1929]
·      59 Science and Taboo [1929]
·      60 The Sedentary Age [1929]
·      61 The World Man Lives In [1929]
·      62 Anatole France [1929]
·      63 Politics and Theology [1930]
·      64 Religion and Happiness [1930]
·      65 The Unending Quest [1930]
·      66 Barriers to Culture [1931]
·      67 Nice People [1931]
·      68 The Golden Book of Tagore [1931]
·      69 Hunger and Love [1931]
Part VII. America and Modernity
·      70 Is America Giving a Chance to Individuality? [1928]
·      71 The Optimism of America [1928]
·      72 The Americanization of Europe Is Inevitable [1928]
·      73 The Cinema as a Moral Influence [1929]
·      74 Wasted Idealism [1929]
·      75 Sacco and Vanzetti [1929]
·      76 Modern Homogeneity [1930]
·      77 Thirty Years From Now [1930]
·      78 Alexander Berkman [1930]
Part VIII. Political Commentary
·      79 Bertrand Russell on India As a Permanent Source of Trouble [1927]
·      80 Russia, Asia, and The West [1927]
·      81 England in China [1927]
·      82 The Road to Universal Peace [1928]
·      83 Nationalism [1928]
·      84 World's Greatest Need Is Permanent Peace [1928]
·      85 Russell on Westernization of Turkey [1929]
·      86 Russell Sees Menace in Lateran Treaties [1929]
·      87 Socialist Government in England [1929]
·      88 "Macdonald Government Makes Rapid Strides" [1929]
·      89 Will the British Empire Last? [1930]
·      90 Bertrand Russell Despairs of Europe's Future [1930]
·      91 The Arrest of Griffin Barry: Two Letters
a.   "Pour encourager les autres" [1930]
b.   Passports [1930]
·      92 Symposium on War Responsibility[1930]
·      93 Survey of Clergymen's Attitudes to the Next War [1931]
·      94 What I Believe (1) [1927]
·      95 Prison Experiences [1929]
·      96 Confessions [1929]
·      97 How I Was Educated [1930]
·      98 My Private Decalogue [1930]
·      99 On "Literary Parasites" [1930]
·      100 Earl and Countess Russell [1931]
·      101 What I Believe (2) [1931]
·      Appendixes

Section IV.19.-36.

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