Bertrand russell's logical manuscripts: an apprehensive brief

History and Philosophy of Logic 6 (1):53-74 (1985)
Abstract
Among the papers left by Bertrand Russell (1872?1970) and now held at the Russell Archives at McMaster University, is a large quantity of material on mathematical logic and the foundations of mathematics. This paper is a provisional survey of their extent and content. Some indications are given of their historical significance, and a discussion is added to the possible modes of their publication in the edition of Russell's Collected papers, currently in progress
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