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An outline of philosophy / Bertrand Russell ; with an introduction by John G. Slater.

By: Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970Material type: TextTextSeries: Routledge classicsPublication details: London ; New York : Routledge, 2009. Description: xiv, 338 p. ; 20 cmISBN: 9780415473453 (pbk); 0415473454 (pbk); 9780203875469; 020387546XSubject(s): PhilosophyDDC classification: 100 LOC classification: B1649.R93 | O9 2009
Contents:
Philosophic doubts -- Man from without -- Man and his environment -- The process of learning in animals and infants -- Language -- Perception objectively regarded -- Memory objectively regarded -- Inference as a habit -- Knowledge behaviouristically considered -- The physical world -- The structure of the atom -- Relativity -- Causal laws in physics -- Physics and perception -- Physical and perceptual space -- Perception and physical causal laws -- The nature of our knowledge of physics -- Man from within -- Self-observation -- Images -- Imagination and memory -- The introspective analysis of perception -- Consciousness? -- Emotion, desire, and will -- Ethics -- The universe -- Some great philosophies of the past -- Truth and falsehood -- The validity of inference -- Events, matter, and mind -- Man's place in the universe.
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Originally published: London : George Allen & Unwin, 1927.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Philosophic doubts -- Man from without -- Man and his environment -- The process of learning in animals and infants -- Language -- Perception objectively regarded -- Memory objectively regarded -- Inference as a habit -- Knowledge behaviouristically considered -- The physical world -- The structure of the atom -- Relativity -- Causal laws in physics -- Physics and perception -- Physical and perceptual space -- Perception and physical causal laws -- The nature of our knowledge of physics -- Man from within -- Self-observation -- Images -- Imagination and memory -- The introspective analysis of perception -- Consciousness? -- Emotion, desire, and will -- Ethics -- The universe -- Some great philosophies of the past -- Truth and falsehood -- The validity of inference -- Events, matter, and mind -- Man's place in the universe.

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