A Bibliography of Bertrand Russell: I. Separate by Kenneth Blackwell, Harry Ruja, Sheila Turcon

By Kenneth Blackwell, Harry Ruja, Sheila Turcon

From 1895, the yr he released his first signed article, to 4 days prior to his loss of life in 1970 while he wrote his final, Bertrand Russell used to be a strong strength on the planet of arithmetic, philosophy, human rights and the fight for peace. in the course of these years he released 70 books, nearly as many pamphlets and over 2,000 articles, he additionally contributed items to a couple 2 hundred books. the supply of the Bertrand Russell data at McMaster college seeing that 1968 has made it attainable for the 1st time to bring together a whole, descriptive bibliography of his writings. The accumulated Papers are in keeping with it. absolutely annotated, the Bibliography is textually orientated and should advisor the coed, collector and common reader to the authoritative versions of Russell's works. It comprises references to the destinations of all recognized speeches and interviews, and reproductions of the dust-jackets of Russell's books. Blackwell, Ruja and Turcon have cooperated for approximately two decades at the new Bibliography. Lord Russell observed the wide additions for it close to the top of his lifestyles and declared: i'm impressed.'

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It is scheduled for publication in a future volume of the Collected Papers. These manuscripts and typescripts have external or at least internal indications of having been written for publication. And there are the leads to yet more publications in his correspondence and publishing records. As comparison with the Feinberg catalogue will show, there are far fewer leads now than when Russell opened his archives; but as such they remain a challenge for future bibliographical research. IV. “THE USE OF BOOKS” An extended preoccupation with the formal features of books tends to blind one to the fact that books have other uses than to be the subject of a bibliography.

Manuscripts of Books, Articles and Speeches”. , A Detailed Catalogue of the Archives of Bertrand Russell (London: Continuum 1, 1967), pp. 61– 96 (B91). “Russell’s Writings on Logic”. In Bertrand Russell, Essays in Analysis, ed. Lackey (London: Allen & Unwin; New York: Braziller, 1973), pp. 329–36 (A157). Includes both published and unpublished works. “Logic” is construed broadly. ——. “Recent Bibliographical Discoveries”, Russell, nos. 37–40 (1980): 47–9. ——. s. 6 (1986): 165–8. ——. s. 7 (1987): 171–2.

As comparison with the Feinberg catalogue will show, there are far fewer leads now than when Russell opened his archives; but as such they remain a challenge for future bibliographical research. IV. “THE USE OF BOOKS” An extended preoccupation with the formal features of books tends to blind one to the fact that books have other uses than to be the subject of a bibliography. Russell was indeed a lover of the printed word and was observed, in old age, to spend the greater part of the day reading.

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