Bertrand Russell and the Edwardian Philosophers: Constructing the World (History of Analytic Philosophy)
By: Omar W. Nasim (author), Michael Beaney (editor)Hardback
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The author demonstrates the significant role that some of the Edwardian philosophers played in the formation of Russell's work on the problem of the external world done at the tail-end of a controversy which raged between about 1900-1915.
OMAR NASIM is Senior Research Fellow at the Chair for Science Studies, ETH-Zurich and a Member of the NCCR Eikones, University of Basel, Switzerland. Previously he was a Post-doctoral fellow for the project 'Knowledge in the Making,' a project jointly undertaken by both the Max Planck Institutes for the History of Science (Berlin) and for the History of Art (Florence).
Series Editor's Preface Acknowledgements Introduction Stout's Proto-New-Realism British New Realism: The Language of Madness British New Realism: The Language of Common-Sense Russell and the Nature of Sense-Data The Methods of Construction The Methods of Logical Construction Conclusion Endnotes Bibliography Index
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