London: Routledge (1983)

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This volume shows Bertrand Russell in transition from a neo-Kantian and neo-Hegelian philosopher to an analytic philosopher of the highest rank. During this period, his research centered on writing The Principles of Mathematics. The volume draws together previously unpublished drafts which shed light on Russell's struggle to accept Cantor's notion of continuum as well as Russell's infinite ordinal and cardinal numbers. It also includes the first version of Russell's Paradox.
Keywords Mathematics Philosophy  Liar paradox
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Call number QA8.6.R91 1983 vol. 3
ISBN(s) 0415094054   9780415094054
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