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The Bertrand Russell Reader Icarus Or The Future Of Science I Introductory II Effects Of The Physical Sciences III The Increase Of Organization IV The Anthropological Sciences CONCLUSION Political Ideals Chapter I Political Ideals Chapter II Capitalism And The Wage System Chapter III Pitfalls In Socialism Chapter IV Individual Liberty And Public Control Chapter V National Independence And Internationalism The Practice And Theory Of Bolshevism PREFACE PART I THE PRESENT CONDITION OF RUSSIA PART II BOLSHEVIK THEORY The Problem Of China CHAP I QUESTIONS CHAP II CHINA BEFORE THE NINETEENTH CENTURY CHAP III CHINA AND THE WESTERN POWERS CHAP IV MODERN CHINA CHAP V JAPAN BEFORE THE RESTORATION CHAP VI MODERN JAPAN CHAP VII JAPAN AND CHINA BEFORE CHAP VIII JAPAN AND CHINA DURING THE WAR CHAP IX THE WASHINGTON CONFERENCE CHAP X PRESENT FORCES AND TENDENCIES IN THE FAR EAST CHAP XI CHINESE AND WESTERN CIVILIZATION CONTRASTED CHAP XII THE CHINESE CHARACTER CHAP XIII HIGHER EDUCATION IN CHINA CHAP XIV INDUSTRIALISM IN CHINA CHAP XV THE OUTLOOK FOR CHINA The Problems Of Philosophy CHAP I APPEARANCE AND REALITY CHAP II THE EXISTENCE OF MATTER CHAP III THE NATURE OF MATTER CHAP IV IDEALISM CHAP V KNOWLEDGE BY ACQUAINTANCE AND KNOWLEDGE BY DESCRIPTION CHAP VI ON INDUCTION CHAP VII ON OUR KNOWLEDGE OF GENERAL PRINCIPLES CHAP VIII HOW A PRIORI KNOWLEDGE IS POSSIBLE CHAP IX THE WORLD OF UNIVERSALS CHAP X ON OUR KNOWLEDGE OF UNIVERSALS CHAP XI ON INTUITIVE KNOWLEDGE CHAP XII TRUTH AND FALSEHOOD CHAP XIII KNOWLEDGE, ERROR, AND PROBABLE OPINION CHAP XIV THE LIMITS OF PHILOSOPHICAL KNOWLEDGE CHAP XV THE VALUE OF PHILOSOPHY Proposed Roads To Freedom INTRODUCTION PART I HISTORICAL CHAPTER I MARX AND SOCIALIST DOCTRINE CHAPTER II BAKUNIN AND ANARCHISM CHAPTER III THE SYNDICALIST REVOLT PART II PROBLEMS OF THE FUTURE CHAPTER IV WORK AND PAY CHAPTER V GOVERNMENT AND LAW CHAPTER VI INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CHAPTER VII SCIENCE AND ART UNDER SOCIALISM CHAPTER VIII THE WORLD AS IT COULD BE MADE The Analysis Of Minda Selection From The PREFACE This Book Has Grown Out Of An Attempt To Harmonize Two Different Tendencies, One In Psychology, The Other In Physics, With Both Of Which I Find Myself In Sympathy, Although At First Sight They Might Seem Inconsistent On The One Hand, Many Psychologists, Especially Those Of The Behaviourist School, Tend To Adopt What Is Essentially A Materialistic Position, As A Matter Of Method If Not Of Metaphysics They Make Psychology Increasingly Dependent On Physiology And External Observation, And Tend To Think Of Matter As Something Much Solid And Indubitable Than Mind Meanwhile The Physicists, Especially Einstein And Other Exponents Of The Theory Of Relativity, Have Been Making Matter Less And Less Material Their World Consists Of Events, From Which Matter Is Derived By A Logical Construction


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