Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Emily Elizabeth Constance Jones" by Gary Ostertag

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Primary Sources

  • 1890, Elements of Logic as a Science of Propositions, Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark
  • 1892a, An Introduction to General Logic, London: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • 1892b, Review of Franz Hillebrand, Die Neuen Theorien der Kategorischen Schlüsse, Mind 1: 276–281.
  • 1893a, “The Import of Categorical Propositions” (with W. E. Johnson), Mind, 11: 219 – 222. (Scholar)
  • 1893b, “On the Nature of Logical Judgment,” Mind, 2: 441–456. (Scholar)
  • 1893–94, “Import of Categorical Propositions,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 2: 35–45 (Scholar)
  • 1893–94, “Symposium: The Relation between Thought and Language” (with J. S. Mann and G. F. Stout), Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 2: 108–123 (Scholar)
  • 1894, “Rational Hedonism,” International Journal of Ethics, 5: 79–97 (Scholar)
  • 1894–95, “The Rationality of Hedonism,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 3: 29–45 (Scholar)
  • 1895, “Rational Hedonism—A Rejoinder,” International Journal of Ethics, 5: 231–240. (Scholar)
  • 1895, “Rational Hedonism Concluded,” International Journal of Ethics, 5: 384–386. (Scholar)
  • 1895–96, “Symposium: Are Character and Circumstances Co-Ordinate Factors in Human Life, or Is Either Subordinate to the Other?” (with B. Bosanquet, William L. Gildea and Alexander F. Shand), Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 3: 112–122 (Scholar)
  • 1899, “Character and Circumstance,” International Journal of Ethics, 9: 504–511. (Scholar)
  • 1900, “Dr. Ward’s Refutation of Dualism,” Mind, 9: 356–371. (Scholar)
  • 1900–01, “The Meaning of Sameness,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (N.S.), 1: 167–173 (Scholar)
  • 1901, “Mr. Hayward’s Evaluation of Professor Sidgwick’s Ethics,” International Journal of Ethics, 11: 354–60. (Scholar)
  • 1903–04, “Professor Sidgwick’s Ethics,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (N.S.), 4: 32–52 (Scholar)
  • 1904, Letter to the Editor, The Saturday Review, 97: 782.
  • 1905a, A Primer of Logic, New York: E.P. Dutton. Third Edition, 1927
  • 1905b, “Lewis Carroll’s Logical Paradox,” Mind, 14: 576 – 578. (Scholar)
  • 1906, “Mr. Moore on Hedonism,” International Journal of Ethics, 16: 429–464. (Scholar)
  • 1906–07, “Logic and Identity in Difference,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (N.S.), 7: 81–92 (Scholar)
  • 1908a, “Import Of Propositions and Inference,” Mind, 17: 527 – 534. (Scholar)
  • 1908b, “Precise and Numerical Identity,” Mind, 17: 384 – 393. (Scholar)
  • 1909, A Primer of Ethics, London: John Murray.
  • 1909–11, Four Letters to Bertrand Russell, The Bertrand Russell Archives, McMaster University, RA1 710.
  • 1910a, “Mr. Russell’s Objections to Frege’s Analysis of Propositions,” Mind, 19: 379 – 386. (Scholar)
  • 1910b, “Prefatory Note,” in Thoughts on Some Questions Relating to Women, Emily Davies (ed.), Cambridge: Bowes and Bowes. (Scholar)
  • 1910–11, “A New Law of Thought,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, (N.S.), 11: 166–186. (Scholar)
  • 1911a, “A New ‘Law Of Thought’ and Its Implications,” Mind, 20: 41 – 53. (Scholar)
  • 1911b, A New Law of Thought and Its Logical Bearings, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • 1912–13, “A New Logic,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (N.S.), 13: 92–109. (Scholar)
  • 1913, “Analysis of Categorical Propositions,” Mind, 22: 526 – 531. (Scholar)
  • 1914–15, “Symposium: the Import of Propositions” (with Bernard Bosanquet and F. C. S. Schiller) Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (N.S.), 15: 353–427. (Scholar)
  • 1915, “Analysis of Categorical Propositions,” Mind, 24: 60–64. (Scholar)
  • 1917–18, “Practical Dualism,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (N.S.), 18: 317–328 (Scholar)
  • 1920, “Henry Sidgwick,” Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics (Volume 11: 505–06), James Hastings (ed.). New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons. (Scholar)
  • 1922, As I Remember: An Autobiographical Ramble, London: A. & C. Black.

Works Discussing Jones

  • Anonymous, 1921–22, “In Memoriam: Miss E. E. Constance Jones,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 22: 224–225. (Scholar)
  • Broad, C.D, 1912, Review of the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 1910–1911, Mind, 21: 260–287. (Scholar)
  • Frege, G., 1980, Philosophical and Mathematical Correspondence, G. Gabriel, et al. (eds.), H. Kaal (trans.), Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1980. (Scholar)
  • Hicks, L.E., 1913, “Identity as a Principle of Stable Values and as a Principle of Difference,” Philosophical Review, 22: 375–394. (Scholar)
  • Jourdain, P. E. B., 1911–12, “The Development of the Theories of Mathematical Logic and the Principles of Mathematics,” The Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 43: 219–314; page reference is to the reprint in Frege 1980. (Scholar)
  • Keynes, J. N., 1906, Studies and Exercises in Formal Logic, London: Macmillan and Co., 4th Edition. (Scholar)
  • Klein, A., 1911, “Negation Considered as a Statement of Difference in Identity,” Mind, 20: 521–29. (Scholar)
  • Ladd-Franklin, C., 1890, Review of Elements of Logic as a Science of Propositions, Mind, 15: 559–563. (Scholar)
  • Mackenzie, J. S., 1923, “The Late Miss E. E. Constance Jones, Litt. D,” International Journal of Ethics, 33(2): 228. (Scholar)
  • Mercier, C., 1914, “Some Fundamentals of Logic,” Mind (N.S.), 92: 550–557. (Scholar)
  • Ostertag, G. and A. Favia, 2020, “E. E. Constance Jones on the Dualism of Practical Reason,” British Journal for the History of Philosophy, doi:10.1080/09608788.2020.1749828. (Scholar)
  • Perkins, R., 2011, “Incomplete Symbols in Principia Mathematica and Russell’s ‘Definite Proof’,” Russell: The Journal of Bertrand Russell Studies (N.S.), 31: 29–44. (Scholar)
  • Pitt, J., 1981–82, “Russell and the Cambridge Moral Sciences Club,” Russell, 1: 103–118. (Scholar)
  • Popkin, R., 1999, The Columbia History of Western Philosophy, New York: Columbia University Press. (Scholar)
  • Russell, B., 1910–11, “Knowledge by Acquaintance and Knowledge by Description,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 11: 108–128; page reference is to the reprint in Russell 1992. (Scholar)
  • Russell, B., 1992. The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell, Vol. 6: Logical and Philosophical Papers: 1909–13, J. G. Slater (ed.), London: Routledge. (Scholar)
  • Schiller, F.C.S., 1912, Review of A New Law of Thought and Its Logical Bearings, Mind (N.S.), 21: 246–250. (Scholar)
  • Stout, G.F., 1911, “Preface” to Jones (1911). (Scholar)
  • Stout, G.F., 1922, “The Late Miss E. E. Constance Jones,” Mind (N.S.) 31: 383–384. (Scholar)
  • Warnock, M., 2004, “Jones, (Emily Elizabeth) Constance”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Waithe, M. E. and S. Cicero, 1995, “E.E. Constance Jones,” In Waithe, 1995. (Scholar)
  • Waithe, M. E., 1995, A History of Women Philosophers, Volume 4, Dordrecht: Kluwer. (Scholar)

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