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LibriVox recording of Philosophical Essays by Bertrand Russell. Read in English by Landon D. C. Elkind Six out of seven essays appearing here were reprinted from other publications; indeed, this 1910 collection went out of print, so that two of the essays occurring here were reprinted in Russell's 1917 "Mysticism and Logic, and Other Essays". Nonetheless, this essay records Russell's thinking at a critical juncture, just before the publication of Volume I of the co-authored "Principia Mathematica" and just after the passing of the American pragmatist, William James. These essays record Russell's reactions to pragmatism and its theory of truth, as well as the ethical aspects of philosophy suitable for co-existing alongside the new logical method in philosophy, announced subsequently in the 1914 "Our Knowledge of the External World: as a Field for Scientific Method in Philosophy". - 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. M4B Audiobook (199MB)
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https://archive.org/download/philosophical_essays_2004_librivox/philosophicalessays_00_russell_128kb.mp3: Preface https://archive.org/download/philosophical_essays_2004_librivox/philosophicalessays_01_russell_128kb.mp3: The Elements of Ethics, Part 1 https://archive.org/download/philosophical_essays_2004_librivox/philosophicalessays_02_russell_128kb.mp3: The Elements of Ethics, Part 2 https://archive.org/download/philosophical_essays_2004_librivox/philosophicalessays_03_russell_128kb.mp3: The Free Man's Worship https://archive.org/download/philosophical_essays_2004_librivox/philosophicalessays_04_russell_128kb.mp3: The Study of Mathematics https://archive.org/download/philosophical_essays_2004_librivox/philosophicalessays_05_russell_128kb.mp3: Pragmatism, Part 1 https://archive.org/download/philosophical_essays_2004_librivox/philosophicalessays_06_russell_128kb.mp3: Pragmatism, Part 2 https://archive.org/download/philosophical_essays_2004_librivox/philosophicalessays_07_russell_128kb.mp3: William James' Conception of Truth https://archive.org/download/philosophical_essays_2004_librivox/philosophicalessays_08_russell_128kb.mp3: The Monistic Theory of Truth https://archive.org/download/philosophical_essays_2004_librivox/philosophicalessays_09_russell_128kb.mp3: On the Nature of Truth and Falsehood
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