Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Gilbert Ryle" by Julia Tanney

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Primary Literature

Here is a list of Ryle’s works cited in this entry.

  • 1929, “Negation”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, suppl. vol. to IX, and reprinted in Collected Papers, vol. 2, pp. 1–11. (Scholar)
  • 1930a, “Are There Propositions”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, XXX; reprinted in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 12–38. (Scholar)
  • 1930b, “Are there Propositions?”, Philosophical Papers (Volume 2: Collected Essays), London and New York, Routledge, 2009, pp. 13–40. (Scholar)
  • 1932, “Systematically Misleading Expressions”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 32: 139–170; page references are to the reprint in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 39–62. (Scholar)
  • 1933a, “Imaginary Objects”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, suppl. vol. XII and reprinted in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 63–81. (Scholar)
  • 1933b, “About”, Analysis, I, and reprinted in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 82–84. (Scholar)
  • 1936, “Unverifiability-By-Me”, Analysis, IV, and reprinted in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 121–130. (Scholar)
  • 1945, “Philosophical Arguments”, originally delivered as the Inaugural Lecture as Waynflete Professor of Metaphysical Philosophy, and reprinted in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 194–211. (Scholar)
  • 1946a, “Knowing How and Knowing That”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, XLVI. Page references are to the reprint in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 212–225. (Scholar)
  • 1946b, “Why are the Calculuses of Logic and Arithmetic Applicable to Reality?” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, suppl. XX. Page references are to the reprint in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 226–233. (Scholar)
  • 1949a, The Concept of Mind, London: Hutchinson. Page references are to the 2000 republication, London: Penguin Books. (Scholar)
  • 1949b, “Discussion of Rudolf Carnap: ‘Meaning and Necessity’”, Philosophy, vol. xxiv. Page reference is to the reprint in Collected Papers (Volume 1), pp. 225–235. (Scholar)
  • 1950, “‘If’, ‘So’, and ‘Because’”, in Philosophical Analysis, M. Black (ed.), Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Page references are to the reprint in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 234–249. (Scholar)
  • 1951a, “The Verification Principle”, published in French in Revue Internationale de Philosophie, V and translated in English in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 287–293. (Scholar)
  • 1951b, “Thinking and Language”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, suppl. XXV. Page references are to the reprint in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 258–271. (Scholar)
  • 1953, “Ordinary Language”, Philosophical Review, LXII. Page references are to the reprint in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 301–318. (Scholar)
  • 1954, Dilemmas: The Tarner Lectures 1953, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • 1956, “Sensation”, Contemporary British Philosophy (Third Series), edited by H.D. Lewis, London: George Allen & Unwin; reprinted in 1971b below, i.e., Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 349–362. (Scholar)
  • 1957, “Theory of Meaning”, in British Philosophy in Mid-Century, C.A. Mace (ed.), London: George Allen & Unwin. Page references are to the reprint in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 350–372. (Scholar)
  • 1962a, “Abstractions”, Dialogue (Canadian Philosophical Review), 1. Page references are to the reprint in Collected Papers, vol. 2, pp. 435–445. (Scholar)
  • 1962b, “Phenomenology versus ‘The Concept of Mind’”, published in French in La Philosophie Analytique, Cahiers de Royaumont Philosophie, IV. Page references are to the English translation in Collected Papers (Volume 1), pp. 179–196. (Scholar)
  • 1965, “John Locke”, Philosophical Papers (Volume 1: Critical Essays), London and New York, Routledge, 2009, pp. 154–164. (Scholar)
  • 1968, “The Thinking of Thoughts: What is ‘Le Penseur’ Doing?”, University Lectures, The University of Saskatchewan. Page references are to the reprint in Collected Papers (Volume 2), pp. 480–496. (Scholar)
  • 1970, “Autobiographical” in Wood and Pitcher (eds.), Ryle, pp. 1–15. (Scholar)
  • 1971a, Collected Papers (Volume 1), London: Hutchinson.
  • 1971b, Collected Papers (Volume 2), London: Hutchinson.
  • 1979a, “Adverbial Verbs and Verbs of Thinking” in On Thinking, pp. 17–32. (Scholar)
  • 1979b, “Thinking and Saying” in On Thinking, pp. 79–93. (Scholar)
  • 1979c, “Negative ‘Actions’” in On Thinking, pp. 105–119. (Scholar)
  • 1979d, On Thinking, K. Kolenda (ed.), Oxford: Blackwell.
  • 1993a, “Privacy”, in Aspects of Mind, pp. 184–214. (Scholar)
  • 1993b, “Avowals and Communication” in Aspects of Mind, pp. 215–218. (Scholar)
  • 1993c, Aspects of Mind, Meyer, R. (ed.), Oxford: Blackwell.

In 2009, Routledge published the 60th anniversary edition of The Concept of Mind (including a critical commentary by the author of this entry), together with Ryle’s Collected Papers (Volumes 1 and 2, both of which include a preface by the author of this entry).

Secondary Literature

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