Linked bibliography for the SEP article " Charlie Dunbar Broad" by Kent Gustavsson

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Primary Literature: Broad's Works

[1914] Perception, Physics, and Reality, Russell and Russell, New York, 1973; this edition is a reissue of the work, originally published by Cambridge University Press in 1914.
[1915] “Phenomenalism,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 15: 227–51.
[1918] “The Relation between Induction and Probability (I)” Mind, 27: 389–404. Reprinted in Broad (1968); page references to the original publication.
[1919] “Is there ‘Knowledge by Acquaintance’?” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volume 2: 206-20.
[1920] “The Relation between Induction and Probability (II)” Mind, 29: 11–45. Reprinted in Broad (1968); page references to the original publication.
[1921a] “Time,” in Encyclopedia of Ethics and Religion, J. Hastings, et al. (eds.), Vol. 12, Edinburgh and New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
[1921b] “The External World,” Mind, 30: 385–408.
[1923] Scientific Thought, London: Kegan Paul.
[1924] “Critical and Speculative Philosophy,” in Contemporary British Philosophy (First Series), ed. by J.H. Muirhead, London: Allen and Unwin.
[1925] The Mind and Its Place in Nature, London: Kegan Paul.
[1928] “Time and Change,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volume 8: 175–88.
[1930a] Five Types of Ethical Theory, London: Kegan Paul.
[1930b] “The Principles of Demonstrative Induction,” I and II, Mind, 39: 302–17, 426–39. Reprinted in Broad (1968); page references to the original publication.
[1933] An Examination of McTaggart's Philosophy (Volume I), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
[1934] “Determinism, Indeterminism, and Libertarianism,” inaugural lecture delivered at Cambridge in 1934. Reprinted in Broad (1952); page references to this.
[1938] An Examination of McTaggart's Philosophy (Volume II, Part 1), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1938.
[1939] “Arguments for The Existence of God,” I and II, in Broad (1953); originally in Journal of Theological Studies, 40: 16–30, 156–67.
[1942] “Berkeley's' Argument about Material Substance,” Proceedings of the British Academy, 28: 119–138; page references to the reprint by Haskell House Publishers, New York, 1976.
[1945] “Some Reflections on Moral Sense Theories in Ethics,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 45: 131–66.
[1947a] “Some Methods of Speculative Philosophy,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volume 21: 1–32.
[1947b] “Professor Marc-Wogaus Theorie der Sinnesdata” (I and II), Mind, 56: 1–30, 97–131.
[1949] “The Relevance of Psychical Research to Philosophy,” in Broad (1953); originally in Philosophy, 24: 291–309.
[1952a] “Some Elementary Reflexions on Sense-Perception,” Philosophy, 27: 3–17.
[1952b] Ethics and The History of Philosophy, London: Routledge.
[1953] Religion, Philosophy and Psychical Research, London: Routledge.
[1954a] “Berkeley's Denial of Material Substance,” The Philosophical Review, 63: 155–81.
[1954b] “Emotion and Sentiment,” Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 13: 203–214.
[1958] “Philosophy,” Inquiry, 1: 99–129.
[1959a] “A Reply to My Critics,” in Schilpp (1959).
[1959b] “Autobiography,” in Schilpp (1959).
[1968] Induction, Probability, and Causation. Selected Papers by C. D. Broad, Dordrecht: Reidel.
[1971] Broad's Critical Essays in Moral Philosophy, edited by D. R. Cheney; New York: Humanities Press.
[1975] Leibniz, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
[1978] Kant, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Secondary Literature

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