Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Bertrand Russell: A Very Short Bibliography [Sections II. & III.]

Introduction and Contents

II.       ESSAYS and PAMPHLETS by BERTRAND RUSSELL
                  II.1.    The Logic of Relations (1901)
                                                     i.  Revue de Mathématiques [Rivista Matematica], Vol. VII, pp. 115-48, Turin, 1900-01. In French.
                                                   ii.  Logic and Knowledge, 1956 (I.45.). English translation by Robert C. March, revised and corrected by BR.
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 3, 1993 (IV.3.), as “The Logic of Relations with Some Applications to the Theory of Series
                  II.2.    Mathematics and the Metaphysicians (1901)
                                                     i.  The International Monthly, 1901, as “Recent Work on the Principles of Mathematics”.
                                                   ii.  Mysticism and Logic, 1917 (I.12.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 3, 1993 (IV.3.).
                  II.3.    A Free Man’s Worship (1903)
                                                     i.  Independent Review, 1 (Dec. 1903) pp. 415-24, as “The Free Man’s Worship”.
                                                   ii.  Philosophical Essays, 1910 (I.5.).
                                                 iii.  Mysticism and Logic, 1917 (I.12.).
                                                 iv.  Portland, Maine: Thomas B. Mosher, 1923. New preface by BR.
                                                   v.  Haldeman-Julius Monthly, March 1925, pp. 232-240. Contains the 1923 preface.
                                                 vi.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1925, as “What Can a Free Man Worship?” Little Blue Book No. 677.
                                               vii.  Selected Papers of Bertrand Russell, 1927 (III.1.).
                                             viii.  Traveller’s Library, 1933. Edited with an Introduction and notes by W. Somerset Maugham.
                                                 ix.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                   x.  CPBR, vol. 12, 1985 (IV.12.).
                                                 xi.  Russell on Religion, 1999 (III.12.).
                  II.4.    On History (1904)
                                                     i.  The Independent Review, July 1904.
                                                   ii.  Philosophical Essays, 1910 (I.5.).
                                                 iii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 12, 1985 (IV.12.).
                  II.5.    Science and Hypothesis (1905)
                                                     i.  Mind, July 1905.
                                                   ii.  Philosophical Essays, 1910 (I.5.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 4, 1994 (IV.4.).
                  II.6.    The Existential Import of Propositions (1905)
                                                     i.  Mind 14: 398-401, July 1905.
                                                   ii.  Essays in Analysis, 1973, 98-102
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 4, 1994 (IV.4.).
                  II.7.    On Denoting (1905)
                                                     i.  Mind 14: 479-93, 1905.
                                                   ii.  Logic and Knowledge, 1956 (I.45.).
                                                 iii.  Essays in Analysis, 1973, 103-19
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 4, 1994 (IV.4.).
                  II.8.    On Some Difficulties in the Theory of Transfinite Numbers and Order Types (1906)
                                                     i.  Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society 4: 29-53, 1906.
                                                   ii.  Essays in Analysis, 1973 (III.8.).
                  II.9.    On the Substitutional Theory of Classes and Relations (1906, 1973)
                                                     i.  Essays in Analysis, 1973 (III.8.). Written in 1906, first published in 1973.
             II.10.    On “Insolubilia” and their Solution by Symbolic Logic (1906)
                                                     i.  Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale 24: 627-50, 1906. In French as “Les Paradoxes de la Logique”.
                                                   ii.  Essays in Analysis, 1973 (III.8.). First publication in English of BR’s original draft; his title.
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 5, ???? (IV.5.), as “The Paradoxes of Logic”
             II.11.    The Study of Mathematics (1907)
                                                     i.  New Quarterly, November 1907.
                                                   ii.  Philosophical Essays, 1910 (I.5.).
                                                 iii.  Mysticism and Logic, 1917 (I.12.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 12, 1985 (IV.12.).
             II.12.    On the Nature of Truth (1907)
                                                     i.  Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 7: 28-49, 1906/07.
                                                   ii.  Philosophical Essays, 1910 (I.5.), only parts I and II as “The Monistic Theory of Truth”
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 5, ???? (IV.5.).
             II.13.    The Regressive Method of Discovering the Premises of Mathematics (1907, 1973)
                                                     i.  Essays, 1973, 272-83. Written in 1907, first published in 1973.
                                                   ii.  CPBR, vol. 5, ???? (IV.5.).
             II.14.    Williams James's Conception of Truth (1908)
                                                     i.  Albany Review, January 1908, as “Transatlantic Truth”.
                                                   ii.  Philosophical Essays, 1910 (I.5.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 5, ???? (IV.5.).
             II.15.    Mathematical Logic as Based on the Theory of Types (1908)
                                                     i.  American Journal of Mathematics 30: 222-62, 1908.
                                                   ii.  Logic and Knowledge, 1956 (I.45.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 5, ???? (IV.5.).
             II.16.    The Elements of Ethics (1908)
                                                     i.  Hibbert Journal 7 (October 1908): 113-121). Section IV only.
                                                   ii.  The New Quarterly, February 1910 (sections I and II), May 1910 (III) and September 1910 (V and VI).
                                                 iii.  Philosophical Essays, 1910 (I.5.). Complete (I-VI).
                                                 iv.  Mysticism and Logic, 1917 (I.12.).
                                                   v.  Bertrand Russell on Ethics, Sex and Marriage, 1987 (III.10.). The orig. ver. from The New Quarterly and Hibbert Journal.
                                                 vi.  CPBR, vol. 6, 1992 (IV.6.).
             II.17.    On the Nature of Truth and Falsehood (1909)
                                                     i.  ????, 1909.
                                                   ii.  Philosophical Essays, 1910 (I.5.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 6, 1992 (IV.6.).
             II.18.    Pragmatism (1909)
                                                     i.  Edinburgh Review, April 1909.
                                                   ii.  Philosophical Essays, 1910 (I.5.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 6, 1992 (IV.6.).
             II.19.    The Theory of Logical Types (1910)
                                                     i.  Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale 18: 263-30(?), 1910, as “La Théorie des types logiques”.
                                                   ii.  Essays in Analysis, 1973 (III.8.). English MS published.
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 6, 1992 (IV.6.).
             II.20.    Knowledge of Acquaintance and Knowledge by Description (1911)
                                                     i.  Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 11: 108-28, 1910/11. Paper read before the society.
                                                   ii.  Mysticism and Logic, 1917 (I.12.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 6, 1992 (IV.6.).
                                                 iv.  Note that the identically titled chapter V from The Problems of Philosophy (1912, I.7.) is a different essay on the same subject.
             II.21.    On the Relations of Universals and Particulars (1912)
                                                     i.  Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 12: 1-24, 1911/12. Read as the Presidential Address to the Aristotelian Society in London.
                                                   ii.  Logic and Knowledge, 1956 (I.45.). Endnote by BR, 1955.
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 6, 1992 (IV.6.).
             II.22.    The Philosophy of Bergson (1912)
                                                     i.  The Monist, July 1912. Read before “The Heretics” in Trinity College, March 11 1912 (not 1913 as stated in the book?).
                                                   ii.  Chicago: Open Court, 1912.
                                                 iii.  Cambridge: Bowes and Bowes, 1914. Exp. ed. With a reply by Mr. H. Wildon Carr and a rejoinder by Mr. Russell (first published in The Cambridge Magazine, April 12 and 26, 1913, respectively).
             II.23.    The Essence of Religion (1912)
                                                     i.  The Hibbert Journal, October 1912.
                                                   ii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iii.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                 iv.  Russell on Religion, 1999 (III.12.).
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 12, 1985 (IV.12.).
             II.24.    On the Notion of Cause (1913)
                                                     i.  Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 13: 126-51, 1912/13. Presidential address to the society, 1912.
                                                   ii.  Mysticism and Logic, 1917 (I.12.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 6, 1992 (IV.6.).
             II.25.    The Place of Science in a Liberal Education (1913)
                                                     i.  The New Statesman, May 24 and 31, 1913.
                                                   ii.  CPBR, vol. 12, 1985 (IV.12.).
             II.26.    Mysticism and Logic (1914)
                                                     i.  Hibbert Journal, July 1914.
                                                   ii.  Much of the section “Reason and Intuition” also appears in “Current Tendencies”, the first chapter of Our Knowledge of the External World, 1914 (I.8.).
                                                 iii.  Mysticism and Logic, 1917 (I.12.).
                                                 iv.  Selected Papers of Bertrand Russell, 1927 (III.1.).
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 8, 1986 (IV.8.).
             II.27.    On Scientific Method in Philosophy (1914)
                                                     i.  Clarendon Press, 1914, as Scientific Method in Philosophy. Herbert Spencer lecture at Oxford, 1914.
                                                   ii.  Mysticism and Logic, 1917 (I.12.). Many omissions.
                                                 iii.  Russell on Ethics, 1999 (III.11.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 8, 1986 (IV.8.).
             II.28.    The Relation of Sense data to Physics (1914)
                                                     i.  Scientia 16: 1-27, 1914.
                                                   ii.  Mysticism and Logic, 1917 (I.12.).
             II.29.    On the Nature of Acquaintance (1914)
                                                     i.  The Monist 24: 1-16, 161-87, 435-53; 1914.
                                                   ii.  Logic and Knowledge, 1956 (I.45.).
             II.30.    The Ultimate Constituents of Matter (1915)
                                                     i.  Monist 25: 399-417, July 1915. An address to the Manchester Philosophical Society, 1915.
                                                   ii.  Mysticism and Logic, 1917 (I.12.).
             II.31.    Religion and the Churches (1916)
                                                     i.  The Unpopular Review, April-June 1916.
                                                   ii.  Principles of Social Reconstruction, 1916 (I.10.). Minor additions and changes.
                                                 iii.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                 iv.  Russell on Religion, 1999 (III.12.).
             II.32.    The Philosophy of Logical Atomism (1918)
                                                     i.  Monist 28: 495-527 and 29: 33-63, 190-222, 344-80; 1918.
                                                   ii.  Logic and Knowledge, 1956 (I.45.).
                                                 iii.  Russell’s Logical Atomism, 1972 (III.6.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 8, 1986 (IV.8.).
             II.33.    On Propositions: What They Are and How They Mean (1919)
                                                     i.  Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volume 2: 1-43, 1919.
                                                   ii.  Logic and Knowledge, 1956 (I.45.).
             II.34.    Free Thought and Official Propaganda (1922)
                                                     i.  London: Watts, 1922
                                                   ii.  Sceptical Essays, 1928 (I.24.).
                                                 iii.  Let the People Think, 1941 (III.2.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 15, 2000 (IV.15.).
             II.35.    What Makes a Social System Good or Bad? (1922)
                                                     i.  Century, May 1922.
                                                   ii.  The Prospects of Industrial Civilization, 1923 (I.19.).
                                                 iii.  Bertrand Russell on Ethics, Sex and Marriage, 1987 (III.10.).
             II.36.    Can Men Be Rational? (1923)
                                                     i.  ????, 1923.
                                                   ii.  Sceptical Essays, 1928 (I.24.).
                                                 iii.  Let the People Think, 1941 (III.2.).
                                                 iv.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1947. Big Blue Book B-544.
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 16, ???? (IV.16.).
             II.37.    Logical Atomism (1924)
                                                     i.  London: George Allen & Unwin, 1924, as part of Contemporary British Philosophy: Personal Statements, series 1
                                                   ii.  Logic and Knowledge, 1956 (I.45.).
                                                 iii.  Russell’s Logical Atomism, 1972 (III.6.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 9, 1988 (IV.9.).
             II.38.    Styles in Ethics (1924)
                                                     i.  Our Changing Morality, NY: Albert & Charles Boni, 1924, ed. Frida Kirchwey.
                                                   ii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iii.  Bertrand Russell on Ethics, Sex and Marriage, 1987 (III.10.), as “New Morals for Old”.
             II.39.    Icarus, or the Future of Science (1924)
                                                     i.  London: Kegan Paul, 1924.
                                                   ii.  New York: E. P. Dutton, 1924.
                                                 iii.  Spokesman, 2004.
             II.40.    Eastern and Western Ideals of Happiness (1924)
                                                     i.  ????, 1924.
                                                   ii.  Sceptical Essays, 1928 (I.24.).
                                                 iii.  Traveller’s Library, 1933. Edited with an Introduction and notes by W. Somerset Maugham.
                                                 iv.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                   v.  Bertrand Russell on Ethics, Sex and Marriage, 1987 (III.10.), as “Chinese Morals”.
                                                 vi.  CPBR, vol. 16, ???? (IV.16.).
             II.41.    Materialism, Past and Present (1925)
                                                     i.  Introduction to A History of Materialism by F. A. Lange, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1925.
                                                   ii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 9, 1988 (IV.9.).
             II.42.    Life in the Middle Ages (1925)
                                                     i.  The Calendar of Modern Letters (London), 1 (Mar 1925), 72-4.
                                                   ii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 17, ???? (IV.17.)
             II.43.    What I Believe (1925)
                                                     i.  London: Kegan Paul, 1925. Preface by BR signed “January 1st, 1925 | B. R.”.
                                                   ii.  New York: E. P. Dutton and Company, April 1925.
                                                 iii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
                                                 iv.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 18, ???? (IV.18.)
                                                 vi.  Russell on Ethics, 1999 (III.11.).
                                               vii.  Routledge Classics, 2004. Preface by Alan Ryan, 2003.
                                             viii.  Contents:
·      1. Nature and Man
·      2. The Good Life
·      3. Moral Rules
·      4. Salvation: Individual and Social
·      5. Science and Happiness
             II.44.    Why I Am not a Christian (1927)
                                                     i.  London: Watts, 1927. Lecture delivered on March 6, 1927, at Battersea Town Hall under the auspices of the South London Branch of the National Secular Society.
                                                   ii.  Haldeman-Julius Quarterly, July-Aug.-Sept., 1928, pp. 179-85.
                                                 iii.  Haldeman-Julius, undated, probably late 1920s. Little Blue Book No. 1372.
                                                 iv.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
                                                   v.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 vi.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                               vii.  CPBR, vol. 10, 1996 (IV.10.).
                                             viii.  Russell on Religion, 1999 (III.12.).
             II.45.    On Catholic and Protestant Skeptics (1928)
                                                     i.  Life and Letters (London), 1 (Nov 1928), 468-76.
                                                   ii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 18, ???? (IV.18.)
             II.46.    Science and Education (1928)
                                                     i.  St. Louis Post Dispatch, Dec 9, 1928. Fiftieth Anniversary Number.
                                                   ii.  The Drift of Civilization: A Symposium, NY: Simon & Schuster, 1929.
                                                 iii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
             II.47.    On the Value of Scepticism (1928)
                                                     i.  Sceptical Essays, 1928 (I.24.), as “Introduction: On the Value of Scepticism”.
                                                   ii.  Traveller’s Library, 1933. Edited with an Introduction and notes by W. Somerset Maugham.
                                                 iii.  Let the People Think, 1941 (III.2.).
                                                 iv.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1947. B-542.
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 10, 1996 (IV.10.).
             II.48.    What is the Soul? (1929)
                                                     i.  ????, 1929.
                                                   ii.  In Praise of Idleness, 1935 (I.30.).
                                                 iii.  Let the People Think, 1941 (III.2.).
                                                 iv.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1947. B-546
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 10, 1996 (IV.10.).
             II.49.    Stoicism and Mental Health (1929)
                                                     i.  In Praise of Idleness, 1935 (I.30.).
                                                   ii.  Let the People Think, 1941 (III.2.).
                                                 iii.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1947. B-545.
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 18, ???? (IV.18.).
             II.50.    Has Religion Made Useful Contributions to Civilization? (1929)
                                                     i.  The Debunker and the American Parade, 10, No. 1 (June 1929), pp. 3-16. A magazine published by Haldeman-Julius.
                                                   ii.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1929. Little Blue Book No. 1463.
                                                 iii.  The Rationalist Annual, 1930. 1st British publication.
                                                 iv.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 10, 1996 (IV.10.).
                                                 vi.  Russell on Religion, 1999 (III.12.).
             II.51.    The New Generation (1930)
                                                     i.  Introduction to The New Generation, NY: Macauley, 1930, ed. V. F. Calverton and Samuel D. Schmalhausen.
                                                   ii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
             II.52.    Nice People (1931)
                                                     i.  Harper's Magazine, July 1931.
                                                   ii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
             II.53.    The Fate of Thomas Paine (1934)
                                                     i.  Great Democrats, London: Nicholson and Watson, 1934, ed. A. Barratt Brown.
                                                   ii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
             II.54.    Is Science Superstitious? (1935)
                                                     i.  ?????, 1926
                                                   ii.  Sceptical Essays, 1928 (I.24.).
                                                 iii.  Let the People Think, 1941 (III.2.).
                                                 iv.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1947. B-543. With Notes and Comments by E. Haldeman-Julius.
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 9, 1988 (IV.9.).
             II.55.    Our Sexual Ethics (1936)
                                                     i.  The American Mercury, 1936.
                                                   ii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
                                                 iii.  Bertrand Russell on Ethics, Sex and Marriage, 1987 (III.10.).
             II.56.    Do We Survive Death? (1936)
                                                     i.  The Mysteries of Life and Death, London: Hutchinson, 1936; anthology.
                                                   ii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
             II.57.    My Religious Reminiscences (1938)
                                                     i.  The Rationalist Annual, 1938. Published by C. A. Watts & Co.
                                                   ii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iii.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 10, 1996 (IV.10.).
             II.58.    Dewey's New Logic (1939)
                                                     i.  The Philosophy of John Dewey, Evanston & Chicago: Northwestern University, 1939, ed. P.A. Schilpp.
                                                   ii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 10, 1996 (IV.10.).
             II.59.    Freedom and the Colleges (1940)
                                                     i.  The American Mercury, May 1940.
                                                   ii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
             II.60.    The Functions of a Teacher (1940)
                                                     i.  Harper's Magazine, June 1940.
                                                   ii.  Unpopular Essays, 1950 (I.39.).
                                                 iii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
             II.61.    The Art of Rational Conjecture (1942)
                                                     i.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1942, as “How to Become a Philosopher”. Together with II.62. and II.63.
                                                   ii.  The Art of Philosophizing, 1968 (I.35.).
             II.62.    The Art of Drawing Inferences (1942)
                                                     i.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1942, as “How to Become a Logician”. Together with II.61. and II.63.
                                                   ii.  The Art of Philosophizing, 1968 (I.35).
             II.63.    The Art of Reckoning (1942)
                                                     i.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1942, as “How to Become a Mathematician”. Together with II.61. and II.62.
                                                   ii.  The Art of Philosophizing, 1968 (I.35.).
             II.64.    How to Read and Understand History (1943)
                                                     i.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1943. Subtitled “The Past as the Key to the Future”.
                                                   ii.  Understanding History, 1957 (I.47.).
             II.65.    An Outline of Intellectual Rubbish (1943)
                                                     i.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1943. Big Blue Book No. B -345. Subtitled “A Hilarious Catalogue of Organized and Individual Stupidity”.
                                                   ii.  Unpopular Essays, 1950 (I.39.).
                                                 iii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iv.  Essays in Skepticism, 1963 (III.5.), as “Intellectual Rubbish”.
                                                   v.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                 vi.  The Portable Atheist: Essential Readings for the Nonbeliever, 2007. Selected and with an Introduction by Christopher Hitchens.
             II.66.    The Value of Free Thought (1944)
                                                     i.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1944. Big Blue Book No. B -289. Subtitled “How to Become a Truth-Seeker and Break the Chains of Mental Slavery”.
                                                   ii.  Understanding History, 1957 (I.47.).
                                                 iii.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
             II.67.    My Mental Development (1944)
                                                     i.  The Philosophy of Bertrand Russell, 1944, ed. P. A. Schilpp.
                                                   ii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 11, 1997 (IV.11.).
                                                 iv.  Russell on Religion, 1999, excerpt (III.12.).
             II.68.    Ideas That Have Helped Mankind (1946)
                                                     i.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1946. Gloriously subtitled “A Philosopher Looks at Man's Long History, points to the things that moved him forward, and shows what we must do in the future if civilization is to continue to grow”. Big Blue Book No. B -381.
                                                   ii.  Unpopular Essays, 1950 (I.39.).
                                                 iii.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 24, ???? (IV.24.).
             II.69.    Ideas That Have Harmed Mankind (1946)
                                                     i.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1946. Gloriously subtitled “Man’s Unfortunate Experience with his Self-Made Enemies, Including Sadistic Impulses, Religion, Superstition, Envy, Economic Nationalism, Pride, Racism, Sex Superiority, Creeds and Other Evil Things”. Big Blue Book No. B -380.
                                                   ii.  Unpopular Essays, 1950 (I.39.).
                                                 iii.  Essays in Skepticism, 1962 (III.5.), as “Man’s Record of Beliefs” (titled sections).
                                                 iv.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 24, ???? (IV.24.)
             II.70.    Mind and Matter in Modern Science (1946)
                                                     i.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius, 1946, as “Is Materialism Bankrupt? Mind and Matter in Modern Science”. Big Blue Book No. B -376.
                                                   ii.  Understanding History, 1957 (I.47.), as “Mentalism vs. Materialism”.
                                                 iii.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 11, 1997 (IV.11.).
             II.71.    The Faith of a Rationalist (1947)
                                                     i.  The Listener, 29 May 1947. A broadcast by BR on British radio on 20 May.
                                                   ii.  Haldeman-Julius, 1947. Big Blue Book B-638.
                                                 iii.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 11, 1997 (IV.11.).
             II.72.    Philosophy and Politics (1947)
                                                     i.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1947.
                                                   ii.  Unpopular Essays, 1950 (I.39.).
                                                 iii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 11, 1997 (IV.11.).
             II.73.    The Existence of God – a Debate with Father F. C. Copleston, SJ (1948)
                                                     i.  Humanitas, Autumn 1948. BBC talk.
                                                   ii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.). 1st British edition only.
                                                 iii.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 11, 1997 (IV.11.).
             II.74.    Am I an Atheist or an Agnostic? (1949)
                                                     i.  The Literary Guide and Rationalist Review, 64, No. 7, July 1949. Speech by BR given at the annual dinner of the Rationalist Press Association in London.
                                                   ii.  Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1949.
                                                 iii.  Essays in Skepticism, 1962 (III.5.), as “Atheism and Agnosticism” (titled sections)?
                                                 iv.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 11, 1997 (IV.11.).
             II.75.    If We are to Survive This Dark Time (1950)
                                                     i.  The New York Times Magazine, September 3, 1950.
                                                   ii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 26, ???? (IV.26.)
             II.76.    What Would Help Mankind Most? (1950)
                                                     i.  The New Times Magazine, September 27, 1950.
                                                   ii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
             II.77.    Religion and Morals (1952)
                                                     i.  Jewish Daily Forward, 1952.
                                                   ii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
             II.78.    What is Freedom? (1952)
                                                     i.  London: Batchworth Press, 1952.
                                                   ii.  Fact and Fiction, 1961 (I.52.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 27, ???? (IV.27.)
             II.79.    What is Democracy? (1953)
                                                     i.  London: Batchworth Press, 1953.
                                                   ii.  Fact and Fiction, 1961 (I.52.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 27, ???? (IV.27.)
             II.80.    What is an Agnostic? (1953)
                                                     i.  Look Magazine, 1953.
                                                   ii.  A Guide to the Religions of America, 1955, ed. Leo Rosten. Reprinted under the title Religions of America, 1963.
                                                 iii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iv.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 11, 1997 (IV.11.).
                                                 vi.  Russell on Religion, 1999 (III.12.).
             II.81.    Do Science and Religion Conflict? (1954)
                                                     i.  The Journal of the British Astronomic Association, 64 (Jan 1954), pp. 94–96. A review of seventh Eddington Memorial Lecture, delivered by H. H. Price and published as Some Aspects of the Conflict between Science and Religion.
                                                   ii.  CPBR, vol. 11, 1997 (IV.11.).
                                                 iii.  Russell on Religion, 1999 (III.12.).
             II.82.    Politically Important Desires (1954)
                                                     i.  Human Society in Ethics and Politics, 1954 (I.43.). Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 11 December 1950.
                                                   ii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 26, ???? (IV.26.), as “What Desire are Politically Important”.
             II.83.    Can Religion Cure Our Troubles? (1954)
                                                     i.  Dagens Nyheter, November 9 and 11, 1954.
                                                   ii.  Why I Am Not a Christian, 1957 (I.48.).
                                                 iii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 28, 2003 (IV.28.).
             II.84.    History as an Art (1954)
                                                     i.  Kent, U.K.: The Hand and Flower Press, 1954.
                                                   ii.  Portraits from Memory, 1956 (I.46.).
                                                 iii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 28, 2003 (IV.28.).
             II.85.    Man’s Peril (1954)
                                                     i.  The Listener, 52 (30 Dec. 1954): 1, 135-6. “Man’s Peril from the Hydrogen Bomb”. Russell’s famous Christmas address broadcast on 23 December 1954. Full text and commentary are available online.
                                                   ii.  London: Friend’s Peace Committee, 1955, as “Man’s Peril from the Hydrogen Bomb.
                                                 iii.  Portraits from Memory, 1956 (I.46.).
                                                 iv.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                   v.  CPBR, vol. 28, 2003 (IV.28.).
             II.86.    Science and Human Life (1955)
                                                     i.  What is Science, 1955, ed. James R. Newman.
                                                   ii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 29, 2005 (IV.29.).
             II.87.    John Stuart Mill (1955)
                                                     i.  London: Oxford University Press, 1955.
                                                   ii.  Portraits from Memory, 1956 (I.46.).
             II.88.    The Russell-Einstein Manifesto (1955)
                                                     i.  New York: War Resister’s League, 1955.
                                                   ii.  Has Man a Future?, 1961 (I.53.), as part from the chapter “Scientists and the H-bomb”.
             II.89.    Are the World’s Troubles Due to Decay of Faith? (1956)
                                                     i.  The Rationalist Annual, 1956.
                                                   ii.  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, 1986 (III.9.).
                                                 iii.  CPBR, vol. 27, ???? (IV.27.)
             II.90.    Mr. Strawson on Referring (1957)
                                                     i.  Mind 66: 385-9, July 1987.
                                                   ii.  Essays in Analysis, 1973 (III.8.).
             II.91.    Open Letter to Eisenhower and Khrushchev (1957)
                                                     i.  New Statesman, Nov. 7, 1957.
                                                   ii.  Look magazine, Jan. 21, 1958.
                                                 iii.  The Vital Letters of Russell, Khrushchev and Dulles, London: Macgibbon & Kee, 1958.          
                                                 iv.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
             II.92.    The Expanding Mental Universe (1959)
                                                     i.  The Saturday Evening Post, July 18, 1959, vol. 322, No. 3, as No. 31 in the series “Adventures of the Mind”.
                                                   ii.  Adventures of the Mind, NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1959, ed. Richard Thruelson and John Kobler.
                                                 iii.  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1961 (III.4.).
                                                 iv.  CPBR, vol. 30, ???? (IV.30.).
             II.93.    Bertrand Russell Speaks His Mind (1960)
                                                     i.  New York: World Publishing, 1960. Transcript of an interview with Woodrow Wyatt 1959. Available online, presumably abridged.
                                                   ii.  London: Barker, c. 1960.
                                                 iii.  Contents:
·      01 What Is Philosophy?
·      02 Religion
·      03 War and Pacifism
·      04 Communism and Capitalism
·      05 Taboo Morality
·      06 Power
·      07 What Is Happiness?
·      08 Nationalism
·      09 Great Britain
·      10 The Role of the Individual
·      11 Fanaticism and Tolerance
·      12 The H-Bomb
·      The possible Future of Mankind
             II.94.    On the Philosophy of Science (1965)
                                                     i.  Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill, 1965.
        

III.     MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS
                    III.1.    Selected Papers of Bertrand Russell (1927)
                                                     i.  New York: Modern Library, 1927. New preface by BR. 17 essays and chapters, all previously published and collected.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
·      A Free Man's Worship [1903, II.3.]
·      Mysticism and Logic [1914, II.26.]
·      The State [1916, I.10.]
·      Education [1916, I.10.]
·      Science and Art under Socialism [1918, I.13.]
·      The World as It Could be Made [1918, I.13.]
·      The Aims of Education [1926, I.21.]
·      Questions [1922, I.17.]
·      Chinese and Western Civilization Contrasted [1922, I.17.]
·      The Chinese Character [1922, I.17.]
·      Causes of the Present Chaos [1923, I.20.]
·      Moral Standards and Social Well-Being [1923, I.19.]
·      Deciding Forces in Politics [1920, I.15.]
·      Touch and Sight: The Earth and the Heavens [1925, I.20.]
·      Current Tendencies [1914, I.8.]
·      Words and Meaning [1921, I.16.]
·      Definition of Number [1919, I.14.]
                    III.2.    The Will to Doubt (1941, 1958)
                                                     i.  London: Watts, 1941, as Let the People Think.
                                                   ii.  New York: Philosophical Library, 1958. 12 essays, all previously published and collected.
                                                 iii.  Spokesman, 2003.
                                                 iv.  Contents:
·      Can Men Be Rational? [1923, II.36.]
·      Free Thought and Official Propaganda [1926, II.34.]
·      On the Value of Scepticism [1928, II.47.]
·      On Youthful Cynicism [1935, I.30.]
·      Is Science Superstitious? [1935, II.54.]
·      “Useless” Knowledge [1935, I.30.]
·      What Is the Soul? [1929, II.48.]
·      The Ancestry of Fascism [1935, I.30.]
·      Stoicism and Mental Health [1929, II.49.]
·      Modern Homogenity [1930, I.30.]
·      Men versus Insects [????, I.30.]
·      On Comets [1935, I.30. & I.60.]
                    III.3.    Bertrand Russell’s Best (1958), ed. Robert Egner
                                                     i.  George Allen & Unwin, 1958. Indifferent selection of short quotes.
                                                   ii.  George Allen & Unwin, 1970. Revised and enlarged edition.
                                                 iii.  Unwin Paperback, 1975. Re-issued, 1981.
                                                 iv.  Routledge, 2004.
                                                   v.  Routledge Classics, 2009. Preface by BR, 1970. Preface and Introduction by the editor, 1970.
                                                 vi.  Contents:
·      1. Psychology
·      2. Religion
·      3. Sex and Marriage
·      4. Education
·      5. Politics
·      6. Ethics
                    III.4.    The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell (1961), eds. Robert Egner and Lester Denonn
                                                     i.  London: George Allen & Unwin, April 1961. Preface by BR. Introduction by the Editors.
                                                   ii.  New York: Simon & Schuster, May 1961.
                                                 iii.  Routledge Classics, 2009. Introduction by John G. Slater.
                                                 iv.  Contents:
PART I: Autobiographical Asides
·      1. My Religious Reminiscences [1938, II.57.]
·      2. My Mental Development [1944, II.67.]
·      3. Adaptation: An Autobiographical Epitome [excerpt; 1956, I.46.]
·      4. Why I Took to Philosophy [1956, I.46.]
PART II: The Nobel Prize Winning Man of Letters (Essayist and Short Story Writer)
·      5. How I Write [1956, I.46.]
·      6. A Free Man's Worship [1903, II.3.]
·      7. An Outline of Intellectual Rubbish [1943, II.65.]
·      8. The Metaphysician's Nightmare: Retro Me Satanas [1954, I.44.]
PART III: The Philosopher of Language
·      9. Language [1927, I.23.]
·      10. Sentences, Syntax, and Parts of Speech [1940, I.34.]
·      11. The Uses of Language [1948, I.37.]
·      12. The Cult of 'Common Usage' [1950, I.46.]
PART IV: The Logician and Philosopher of Mathematics
·      13. Symbolic Logic [1903, I.4.]
·      14. On Induction [1912, I.7.]
·      15. Preface to Principia Mathematica [1910, I.6.]
·      16. Introduction to Principia Mathematica [1910, I.6.]
·      17. Summary of Part III, Principia Mathematica [1912, I.6.]
·      18. Summary of Part IV, Principia Mathematica [1912, I.6.]
·      19. Summary of Part V, Principia Mathematica [1912, I.6.]
·      20. Summary of Part VI, Principia Mathematica [1913, I.6.]
·      21. Introduction to the Second Edition, Principia Mathematica [1925, I.6.]
·      22. Mathematics and Logic [1919, I.14.]
·      23. The Validity of Inference [1927, I.23.]
·      24. Dewey's New Logic [1939, II.58.]
·      25. John Dewey [1945, I.36.]
PART V: The Epistemologist
·      26. Knowledge by Acquaintance and Knowledge by Description [1912, I.7.]
·      27. Theory of Knowledge [1959, I.50.]
·      28. Epistemological Premises [1940, I.35.]
PART VI: The Metaphysician
·      29. Materialism, Past and Present [1925, II.41.]
·      30. Language and Metaphysics [1940, I.34.]
·      31. The Retreat from Pythagoras [1959, I.50.]
PART VII: The Historian of Philosophy
·      32. Philosophy in the Twentieth Century [1924, I.24.]
·      33. Aristotle's Logic [1945, I.36.]
·      34. St Thomas Aquinas [1945, I.36.]
·      35. Currents of Thoughts in the Nineteenth Century [1945, I.36.]
·      36. The Philosophy of Logical Analyses [1945, I.36.]
PART VIII: The Psychologist
·      37. Psychological and Physical Causal Laws [1921, I.16.]
·      38. Truth and Falsehood [1921, I.16.]
·      39. Knowledge Behaviouristically Considered [1927, I.23.]
PART IX: The Moral Philosopher
·      40. Styles in Ethics [1924, II.38.]
·      41. The Place of Sex Among Human Values [1929, I.25.]
·      42. Individual and Social Ethics [1949, I.38.]
·      43. 'What I Believe' [1925, II.43.]
·      44. The Expanding Mental Universe [1959, II.92.]
PART X: The Philosopher of Education
·      45. Education [1916, I.10.]
·      46. The Aims of Education [1926, I.21.]
·      47. Emotion and Discipline [1932, I.28.]
·      48. The Functions of a Teacher [1940, II.60.]
PART XI: The Philosopher of Politics
·      49. The Reconciliation of Individuality and Citizenship [1932, I.28.]
·      50. Philosophy and Politics [1947, II.72.]
·      51. Politically Important Desires [1954, II.82.]
·      52. Why I am not a Communist [1956, I.46.]
PART XII: The Philosopher in the Field of Economics
·      53. Property [1916, I.10.]
·      54. Dialectical Materialism [1934, I.29.]
·      55. The Theory of Surplus Value [1934, I.29.]
PART XIII: The Philosopher of History
·      56. On History [1904, II.4.]
·      57. The Materialistic Theory of History [1920, I.15.]
·      58. History as an Art [1954, II.84.]
PART XIV: The Philosopher of Culture: East and West
·      59. Chinese and Western Civilization Contrasted [1922, I.17.]
·      60. Eastern and Western Ideals of Happiness [1924, II.40.]
PART XV: The Philosopher of Religion
·      61. The Essence of Religion [1912, II.23.]
·      62. What is an Agnostic? [1953, II.81.]
·      63. Why I am not a Christian [1927, II.44.]
·      64. Can Religion Cure Our Troubles? [1954, II.83.]
PART XVI: The Philosopher and Expositor of Science
·      65. Physics and Neutral Monism [1927, I.22.]
·      66. Science and Education [1928, II.46.]
·      67. Limitations of Scientific Method [1931, I.27.]
·      68. The New Physics and Relativity [1923, I.18.]
·      69. Science and Values [1951, I.40.]
·      70. Non-Demonstrative Inference [1959, I.50.]
PART XVII: The Analyst of International Affairs
·      71. The Taming of Power [1938, I.33.]
·      72. If We are to Survive This Dark Time [1950, II.75.]
·      73. What Would Help Mankind Most? [1950, II.76.]
·      74. Current Perplexities [1951, I.41.]
·      75. World Government [1951, I.41.]
·      76. The Next Half-Century [1951, I.41.]
·      77. Life Without Fear [1951, I.41.]
·      78. Science and Human Life [1955, II.86.]
·      79. Open Letter to Eisenhower and Khrushchev [1957, II.91.]
·      80. Man's Peril [1954, II.82.]
·      81. Methods of Settling Disputes in the Nuclear Age [1959, I.49.]
                    III.5.    Essays in Skepticism (1962)
                                                     i.  New York: Philosophical Library, 1962. All material previously published and collected? Perhaps under different titles?
                                                   ii.  Contents:
·      I. Man’s Record of Beliefs [1946, II.69]
§      Principal Causes Are Human
§      Man’s Worst Enemy – Man
§      Our Sadistic Impulses
§      The Place of Religion in Man’s Cruel Record
§      The Psychoanalysts Take a Look
§      Emotions and Superstition
§      Envy as a Source of False Beliefs
§      The False Philosophy of Economic Nationalism
§      Pride of Race
§      The Superstition of Male Superiority
§      Some Bad Effects of Male Domination
§      Class Distinctions
§      Pride of Creed
§      The Delusion of Divine Favor
§      The Chances Are that Our Ideas Are Wrong
§      What Social Science Can Do
§      What the World Needs
·      II. Intellectual Rubbish [1943, II.65.]
·      III. Atheism and Agnosticism [most probably II.74., 1949]
§      Sin and the Bishops
§      Don’t Be too Certain!
§      Proof of God
§      Scepticism
§      Persecution
·      IV. On Being Old [1962, probably published here for the 1st time????]
§      Easy Labels
§      More of a Rebel
                    III.6.    The Philosophy of Logical Atomism (1972, 1985), ed. David Pears
                                                     i.  London: Fontana, 1972, as Russell’s Logical Atomism. Edited and with an Introduction by David Pears. Contains The Philosophy of Logical Atomism (1918) and Logical Atomism (1924). Both are reprinted in I.45.
                                                   ii.  Chicago: Open Court, 1985. New Introduction by David Pears, 1985.
                                                 iii.  Routledge Classics, 2010. Contains the 1985 introduction.
                                                 iv.  Contents:
·      The Philosophy of Logical Atomism [1918, II.32.]
§      Facts and Propositions
§      Particulars, Predicates, and Relations
§      Atomic and Molecular Propositions
§      Propositions and Facts with More than One Verb: Beliefs, Etc.
§      General Propositions and Existence
§      Descriptions and Incomplete Symbols
§      The Theory of Types and Symbolism: Classes
§      Excursus into Metaphysics: What There Is
·      Logical Atomism [1924, II.37.]
                    III.7.    The Life of Bertrand Russell in Pictures and His Own Words (1972), eds. Christopher Farley and David Hodgson
                                                     i.  Spokesman, 1972. Reprinted, 2004. 93 pp. of very short, ill-selected and ill-sourced quotes plus plenty of magnificent photographs.
                    III.8.    Essays in Analysis (1973), ed. Douglas Lackey
                                                     i.  London: George Allen & Unwin, 1973. 15 essays, mostly from 1903-1914: three previously unpublished, three published only in French, the rest published in English but not necessarily collected in book form. Whereabouts of the contents only partially known.
                                                   ii.  New York: G. Braziller, 1973.
                                                 iii.  Contents:
·      Meinong’s Theory of Complexes and Assumptions [1904]
·      Review of: A. Meinong, Untersuchungen zur Gengenstandstheorie und Psychologie [1905]
·      Review of: A. Meinong, Uber die Stellung der Gegenstandstherie im System der Wissenschaften [1907]
·      The Existential Import of Propositions [1905, II.6.]
·      On Denoting [1905, II.7.]
·      Mr. Strawson on Referring [1957, II.90.]
·      On Some Difficulties in the Theory of Transfinite Numbers and Order Types [1906, II.8.]
·      On the Substitutional Theory of Classes and Relations [1906, II.9.]
·      On 'Insolubilia' and their Solution by Symbolic Logic [1906, II.10.]
·      The Theory of Logical Types [1910, II.19.]
·      The Axiom of Infinity [1904, IV.4.]
·      On the Relation of Mathematics to Logic [1905?]
·      The Regressive Method of Discovering the Premises of Mathematics [1907, II.13.]
·      The Philosophical Implications of Mathematical Logic [previously unpublsihed????]
·      Is Mathematics Purely Linguistic? [1950, previously unpublished]
                    III.9.    Bertrand Russell on God and Religion (1986), ed. Al Seckel
                                                     i.  Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus, 1986. Preface and “The Life and Wisdom of Bertrand Russell” by the editor.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part One:
·      My Religious Reminiscences [1938, II.57.]
·      First Efforts [1959, I.50.]
·      Why I Am Not a Christian [1927, II.44.]
·      What Is an Agnostic? [1953, II.80.]
·      Am I an Atheist or an Agnostic? [1949, II.74.]
·      The Faith of a Rationalist [1947, II.71.]
Part Two:
·      The Essence of Religion [1912, II.23.]
·      Religion and the Churches [1916, II.31.]
·      A Debate on the Existence of God [1948, II.73.]
·      What Is the Soul? [1929, II.48.]
·      Mind and Matter in Modern Science [1946, II.70.]
Part Three:
·      Science and Religion [1931, I.27.]
·      Cosmic Purpose [1935, I.31.]
Part Four:
·      An Outline of Intellectual Rubbish [1943, II.65.]
·      The Value of Free Thought [1944, II.66.]
·      Sin [Horizon 17, January 1948; I.43.]
·      Are the World’s Troubles Due to Decay of Faith? [1956, II.89.]
·      Ideas that Have Harmed Mankind [1946, II.69.]
·      Ideas that Have Helped Mankind [1946, II.68.]
Part Five:
·      Mahatma Gandhi [1952, IV.27.]
·      The Theologian’s Nightmare [1961, I. 52.]
               III.10.    Bertrand Russell on Ethics, Sex and Marriage (1987), ed. Al Seckel
                                                     i.  Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus, 1987. Preface and introductions to each part by the editor.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part One: Ethics
·      The Elements of Ethics [1910, II.16.]
·      Science and Ethics [1935, I.31.]
·      Power and Ethical Rules [1938, I.33., as “Power and Moral Codes”]
·      Sources of Ethical Beliefs and Feelings [1954, I.43.]
·      Is There Ethical Knowledge? [1954, I.43.]
Part Two: Moral Rules
·      What Makes a Social System Good or Bad? [1922, II.35.]
·      Moral Standards and Social Well-being [1923, I.19.]
·      New Morals for Old [1924, II.38.]
·      How Will Science Change Morals? [1928]
·      Morality and Instinct [ts carbon, RA 220.012880, first publication]
·      Moral Codes [1954, I.43.]
·      Taboo Morality [1960, II.93.]
·      Chinese Morals [II.40., as “Eastern and Western Ideals of Happiness”]
Part Three: Sexual Morality
·      Education Without Sex Taboos [1927, IV.18.]
·      Why a Sexual Ethic Is Necessary [1929, I.25.]
·      The Place of Sex Among Human Values [1929, I.25.]
·      Our Sexual Ethics [1936, II.55.]
Part Four: Marriage and Divorce
·      Marriage and the Population Question [1916, I.10.]
·      The Ostrich Code of Morals [1927]
·      My Own View of Marriage [1928]
·      Marriage and Morals [1929, I.25., as “Conclusion”]
·      Is Modern Marriage a Failure? [B42]
·      Do I Preach Adultery? [1940]
·      A Liberal View of Divorce [1930]
Part Five: Happiness
·      What Makes People Unhappy? [1930, I.26.]
·      How to Be Free and Happy [1924]
               III.11.    Russell on Ethics (1999), ed. Charles Pigden
                                                     i.  London: Routledge, 1999.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
Part I: A moralist in the making: the pre-Principia years
·      Greek exercises [1888, IV.1.]
·      On the foundations of ethics [1893, IV.1.]
·      The relation of what ought to be to what is, has been or will be [1893, IV.1.]
·      The relation of rule and end [1893, IV.1.]
·      On the definition of virtue [1893, IV.1.]
·      The ethical bearings of psychogony [1894, IV.1.]
·      Ethical axioms [1894, IV.1.]
·      Cleopatra or Maggie Tulliver? [1894, IV.1.]
·      Are all desires equally moral? [c. 1896, IV.1.]
·      Is ethics a branch of empirical psychology? [1894, IV.1.]
·      Seems Madam? Nay, it is [1897, I.48. & IV.11.]
·      Was the world good before the sixth day? [1899, IV.1.]
Part II: Meta-ethics
·      The meaning of good [1904, IV.4.]
·      On scientific method in philosophy [1914, II.27.]
·      War and non-resistance: a rejoinder to professor Perry [1915, IV.13.]
·      Controversy with ‘North Staffs’ [IV.13.]
·      Is there an absolute good? [1922, IV.9.]
·      What I Believe [1925, II.43.]
·      Science and ethics [1935, I.31.]
·      Reply to criticisms [1944, IV.11.]
·      A compromise solution? [1954, I.43., extracts from various chapters]
·      Last perplexities [1946-60, reply to Munro and intro to Hume]
Part III: Reason and passions
·      Reason: the slave of the passions [1954, I.43., extract from the preface]
Part IV: The function of morality
·      The development of morals [1907, IV.12.]
·      What is morality?
·      A Russian communist philosopher [1926, IV.9.]
·      Power and moral codes [1938, I.33.]
Part V: Contemplation and the good life
·      The good of the intellect
·      On the ethical importance of scientific realism [1952, I.40.]
·      The Spinozistic outlook [1945, I.36.]
               III.12.    Russell on Religion (1999), ed. Louis Greenspan and Stefan Andersson
                                                     i.  London: Routledge, 1999. Old stuff only, most of it previously collected.
                                                   ii.  Contents:
PART I: Personal statements
·      From “My Mental Development” [1944, II.67.] and “Reply to Criticisms” [1944, IV.11.]
·      The Free Man’s Worship [1903, II.3.]
·      Autobiography: Mystic Illumination [1969, I.56., vol. 1]
·      What is an Agnostic? [1953, II.80.]
Part II: Religion and philosophy
·      The Essence of Religion [1912, II.23.]
·      The Essence and Effect of Religion [1921, IV.15.]
·      Why I Am Not a Christian [1927, II.44.]
·      The Existence and Nature of God [Lecture, delivered on 18 February, 1939, in the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; IV.10.]
Part III: Religion and science
·      Mysticism and Logic [1914, II.26.]
·      Science and Religion [1935?, IV.10.]
·      Review of Sir Arthur Eddington, The Nature of the Physical World [1919, IV.10.]
·      Review of James Jeans, The Mysterious Universe [1930, IV.10.]
·      Do Science and Religion Conflict? [1954, II.81.]
Part IV: Religion and morality
·      Religion and the Churches [1916, II.31.]
·      Inherent Tendencies of Industrialism [1923, I.19.]
·      Has Religion Made Useful Contributions to Civilization? [1929, II.50.]
·      The Sense of Sin [1930, I.26.]
Part V: Religion and history
·      Introduction to History of Western Philosophy [1945, I.36.]
·      The Religious Development of the Jews [1945, I.36.]
·      Christianity During the First Four Centuries [1945, I.36.]
·      Mohammedan Culture and Philosophy [1945, I.36.]
     The Reformation and Counter-Reformation [1945, I.36.]

Section IV.1-18.

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