By Kenneth Blackwell, Harry Ruja, Sheila Turcon
From 1895, the 12 months he released his first signed article, to 4 days sooner than his loss of life in 1970 while he wrote his final, Bertrand Russell was once a strong strength on this planet of arithmetic, philosophy, human rights and the fight for peace. in the course of these years he released 70 books, nearly as many pamphlets and over 2,000 articles, he additionally contributed items to a couple two hundred books. the supply of the Bertrand Russell data at McMaster college when you consider that 1968 has made it attainable for the 1st time to collect an entire, descriptive bibliography of his writings. The amassed Papers are in response to it. absolutely annotated, the Bibliography is textually orientated and should advisor the coed, collector and normal reader to the authoritative versions of Russell's works. It contains references to the destinations of all recognized speeches and interviews, and reproductions of the dust-jackets of Russell's books. Blackwell, Ruja and Turcon have cooperated for approximately two decades at the new Bibliography. Lord Russell observed the large additions for it close to the tip of his existence and declared: i'm impressed.'
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S. 00; number of copies, 750. 2, 1901), Spanish (1973) and Italian (1975). 03] IV Philosophical Consequences. A Bibliography of Bertrand Russell 8 ARCHIVES: A black notebook inscribed “Obsns on Space & Geometry. 006551). It is far from complete. Included are two introductions, neither of them printed here (see Collected Papers I [AA1], pp. 256– 60). The draft was the basis of Russell’s fellowship dissertation, which in turn was much revised for this book. 04). Radner, is in Russell, no. 8 (1972): 20.
The third and fourth variants are both bound in blue cloth, but of different types. The third variant has a fine, navy-blue, vertical rib cloth; that of the fourth is the same but coarser. The stamping is also different. See Plate I. The red variant with advertisements is considered to be the first because the British Library deposit copy of this variant is date-stamped 30 December 1896, and because the advertisements, which are dated September 1896 (p. , on p. 11) published in December 1896. Moreover, no copies of the blue variants are known with the advertisements, or inscribed with such an early date; and the Bryn Mawr College copy of the fourth variant is annotated 1908 and an RA copy of the third variant has 15 June 1909 in its inscription.
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A Bibliography of Bertrand Russell: I. Separate Publications; II. Serial Publications; III. Indexes by Kenneth Blackwell, Harry Ruja, Sheila Turcon