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LibriVox recording of Our Knowledge of the External World: As a Field for Scientific Method in Philosophy by Bertrand Russell. Read in English by Landon D. C. Elkind. Bertrand Russell gave the Lowell Lectures in March and April of 1914; these lectures produced 'Our Knowledge of the External World'. Russell attempts to analyze the relationship of the crude data of our senses to the notions of physics such as space, time, and matter. Russell takes his analysis to illustrate the method of logical analysis used to such wonderful effect by thinkers in the late nineteenth-century to the notions of continuity, infinity, and the infinitesimal. These analyses effected a new epoch of clarity in the philosophy of mathematics; Russell hopes that a similar new age of clarity can be effected in the rest of philosophy through logical analysis; here, he undertakes the first stages of this analysis in the philosophy of physics. Summary by Landon D. C. Elkind. For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. For more free audio books or to become a volunteer reader, visit LibriVox.org.
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http://archive.org/download/knowledgeexternalworld_1508_librivox/knowledgeexternalworld_00_russell.mp3: 00 - Preface http://archive.org/download/knowledgeexternalworld_1508_librivox/knowledgeexternalworld_01_russell.mp3: 01 - Current Tendencies http://archive.org/download/knowledgeexternalworld_1508_librivox/knowledgeexternalworld_02_russell.mp3: 02 - Logic as the Essence of Philosophy http://archive.org/download/knowledgeexternalworld_1508_librivox/knowledgeexternalworld_03_russell.mp3: 03 - On Our Knowledge of the External World http://archive.org/download/knowledgeexternalworld_1508_librivox/knowledgeexternalworld_04_russell.mp3: 04 - The World of Physics and the World of Sense http://archive.org/download/knowledgeexternalworld_1508_librivox/knowledgeexternalworld_05_russell.mp3: 05 - The Theory of Continuity http://archive.org/download/knowledgeexternalworld_1508_librivox/knowledgeexternalworld_06_russell.mp3: 06 - The Problem of Infinity Considered Historically http://archive.org/download/knowledgeexternalworld_1508_librivox/knowledgeexternalworld_07_russell.mp3: 07 - The Positive Theory of Infinity http://archive.org/download/knowledgeexternalworld_1508_librivox/knowledgeexternalworld_08_russell.mp3: 08 - On the Notion of Cause, with Applications to the Free-Will Problem
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