Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy (Bertrand Russell)

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Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy (Bertrand Russell)

For more than nine decades, Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy has been a classic. It provides the overall context required for any meaningful discussion of the mathematical foundational dilemma at the turn of the twentieth century.

The book is required reading for anybody interested in the interaction of mathematics and logic as well as the evolution of analytic philosophy in the 20th century, and it does not require any prior understanding of mathematics or aptitude for mathematical symbolism. Russell provides his audience with an insightful analysis of a few problems in mathematical logic that is the beginning of contemporary analytic philosophy.

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About the Authors
The British philosopher, mathematician, historian, author, social critic, political activist, and Nobel winner Bertrand Russell also worked in history and literature.
Published Date / Year
(1919); Martino Fine Books (2017 Reprint); eBook (Public Domain)
Public Domain Certification, CC BY-SA 3.0 US
220 pages
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