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Studies of Selected Pivotal Ideas
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2 occurrences of Ancients and Moderns in the Eighteenth Century
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BIBLIOGRAPHY

James Beattie, An Essay on the Nature and Immutability
of Truth in Opposition to Sophistry and Scepticism
(London,
1812). Jeremy Bentham, An Introduction to the Principles
of Morals and Legislation
(1776; Oxford, 1948; various re-
prints). Rudolf Carnap, The Unity of Science (London, 1934).
John Dewey, Logic, The Theory of Inquiry (New York, 1938);
idem, The Quest for Certainty (New York, 1929; reprint
1960). David Hume, A Treatise of Human Nature (1739;
reprints New York, 1941, Oxford, 1951); idem, Enquiry
Concerning Human Understanding
(1748; various reprints);
idem, Concerning the Principles of Morals (1751; various
reprints). T. H. Huxley, Essays, 9 vols. (London, 1893-94;
New York, 1894-1908). Immanuel Kant, Prolegomena (Chi-
cago, 1933); idem, Critique of Pure Reason (1781; 1787;
London, 1929; New York, 1934). John Stuart Mill, System
of Logic,
2 vols. (London, 1843; 8th ed. 1872; New York,
1929); idem, Letters, 2 vols. (London, 1910); idem, Auguste
Comte and Positivism
(London, 1865). George Edward
Moore, Philosophical Papers (London and New York, 1959).


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Karl Popper, Conjectures and Refutations (London, 1963;
New York, 1968). Thomas Reid, An Inquiry into the Human
Mind on the Principles of Common Sense
(1764; London,
1923). Bertrand Russell, Analysis of Mind (London and New
York, 1921); idem, A History of Western Philosophy (London
and New York, 1946); idem, An Inquiry into Meaning and
Truth
(London and New York, 1940; Baltimore, 1963); idem,
Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy (London, 1919;
New York, 1963); idem, My Philosophical Development
(London and New York, 1959); idem, Philosophical Essays
(London, 1910; various reprints); idem, The Problems of
Philosophy
(London and New York, 1912). P. A. Schilpp, ed.,
The Philosophy of Bertrand Russell (Chicago, 1944). William
Whewell, History of the Inductive Sciences, 3rd ed. (1857;
reprint, 1968). Ludwig von Wittgenstein, Philosophical
Investigations
(Oxford, 1953); idem, Tractatus Logico-
philosophicus
(London, 1922; a new trans. by D. F. Pears
and B. F. McGuinness, London, 1961; New York, 1963).

SHIRLEY ROBIN LETWIN

[See also Causation; Certainty in Seventeenth-Century
Thought;
Necessity; Positivism; Pragmatism; Probability.]