Rereading Russell [electronic resource]: essays in Bertrand Russell's metaphysics and epistemology

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C. Wade Savage, C. Anthony Anderson
U of Minnesota Press - Science - 320 pages
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Russells Reasons for Ramification
24
Russells Theory of Logical Types and the Atomistic Hierarchy of Sentences
41
Russells Paradox Russellian Relations and the Problems of Predication and Impredicativity
63
The Significance of On Denoting
88
Russelling Causal Theories of Reference
108
Russell on Indexicals and Scientific Knowledge
119
SenseData in Russells Theories of Knowledge
138
Concepts of Projectability and the Problems of Induction
220
The Bayesian Epistemology of Bertrand Russell and Grover Maxwell
234
Russell on Order in Time
249
Cause in the Later Russell
264
Portrait of a Philosopher of Science
281
References
297
Notes on Contributors
305
Author Index
311

Russells 1913 Theory of Knowledge Manuscript
169
The Concept of Structure in The Analysis of Matter
183
On Induction and Russells Postulates
200

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