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A Concise Bibliography of Bertrand Russell’s Works *

Part 1  Articles and Book Reviews, 1895-1930
Part 2  Articles and Book Reviews, 1931-1950
Part 3  Articles and Book Reviews, 1951-1970
Part 4  Books, Collections, and Pamphlets, 1896-present
Part 5  Letters to the Editor, Press Statements, 1904-1970


PART 1  ARTICLES AND BOOK REVIEWS, 1895-1930 (complete)

Abbreviations: The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell, vols. 1, 2 (ABR1, ABR2), Analysis of Mind (AM), Bertrand Russell’s America, vol. 1 (BRA1), Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell (BW), Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell (CPBR), Essays in Analysis (EA), Bertrand Russell on Ethics, Sex, and Marriage ((ESM), A History of Western Philosophy (HWP), In Praise of Idleness (IPI), Justice in War-Time (JWT), Logic and Knowledge (LK), Mysticism and Logic (ML), The Problem of China (PC), Philosophical Essays (PE), Political Ideals (PI), Prospects of Industrial Civilization (PIC), Principles of Social Reconstruction (PSR), The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism (PTB), The Russell Society News (RSN), Theory of Knowledge (TK)

1895

Review of G Heymans, Die Gesetze und Elemente des wissenschaftlichen Denken, Mind, n.s. 4, no. 14 (Apr 1895), 245-9

1896

“The Logic of Geometry,” Mind, n.s. 5, no. 17 (Jan 1896), 1-23

Review of G. Lechalas, Étude sur l’espace et le temps, Mind, n.s. 5, no. 17 (Jan 1896), 128

The A Priori in Geometry,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, o.s.3, no.2 (1895-6), 97-112

Review of Hannequin, Essai critique sur l’hypothesè des atomes dans la science contemporaine, Mind, n.s. 5, no. 19 (Jul 1896), 410-17

1897

Review of L. Couturat, De l’Infini mathématique, Mind, n.s. 6, no. 21 (Jan 1897), 112-19

Review of J. Schmöle, Die Sozialdemokratischen Gewerkschafen in Deutschland seit dem Sozialisten-Gesetzes, The Economic Journal 7 (Mar 1897), 94-5

“Self-Appreciations. I. Orlando,” The Golden Urn, no. 1 (Mar 1897), 30-1

“On the Relations of Number and Quantity,” Mind, n.s. 6, no. 23 (Jul 1897), 326-41

Couturat calls it “An article so full of ideas, it is difficult to summarize without weakening its force”  Revue de métaphysique et de morale 6 no. 4, Jul 1898

1898

Review of A. E. H. Love, Theoretical Mechanics: An Introductory Treatise on the Principles of Dynamics, Mind, n.s. 7, no. 27 (Jul 1898), 404-11

Review of E. Goblot, Essai sur la classification des sciences, Mind, n.s. 7, no. 28 (Oct 1898), 567-8

“Les axiomes propres à Euclide, sont-ils empiriques?” Revue de métaphysique et de morale 6 (Nov 1898), 759-76  Reply to Couturat

1899

Review of A. Meinong, Über die Bedeutung des Weberschen Gesetzes, Mind, n.s. 8, no. 30 (Apr 1899), 251-6

“Sur les axiomes de la géométrie,” Revue de métaphysique et de morale 7 (Nov 1899), 684-707  Reply to H. Poincaré

1900

Review of J. Schultz, Psychologie der Axiome, Mind, n.s. 9, no. 33 (Jan 1900), 120-1

1901

“On the Notion of Order,” Mind, n.s. 10, no. 37 (Jan 1901), 30-51

Review of Boutroux, L'Imagination et les mathématiques selon Descartes, Mind, n.s. 10, no. 38 (Apr 1901), 274

“Is Position in Time and Space Absolute or Relative?” Mind, n.s. 10, no. 39 (Jul 1901), 293-317

Review of Kant, Cosmogony, Mind, n.s. 10, no. 39 (Jul 1901), 405-7

“Recent Work on the Principles of Mathematics,” The International Monthly 4 (Jul 1901), 83-101  Repr. as “Mathematics and the Metaphysicians,” ML

“Sur la logique des relations avec des applications à la théorie des series,” Revue de mathématiques 7, nos. 2-3 (1901), 115-36, 137-48  English tr. “The Logic of Relations,” LK

1902

“Théorie générale des séries bien-ordonnées,” Revue de mathématiques 8, nos. 1-2 (1902), 12-24, 25-43

The Teaching of Euclid,” The Mathematical Gazette 2 (May 1902), 165-7

Note on Lechalas’ Review of An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry, Révue neo-scolastique 9 (May 1902), 294-5

“On Finite and Infinite Cardinal Numbers,” American Journal of Mathematics 24 (Oct 1902), 378-83  Section 3 of Whitehead’s “On Cardinal Numbers,” ibid., pp. 367-94

1903

“Recent Work on the Philosophy of Leibniz,” Mind, n.s. 12, no. 46 (Apr 1903), 177-201

Review of Kurt Geissler, Die Grundsätze und das Wesen des Unendlichen in der Mathematik und Philosophie, Mind, n.s. 12, no. 46 (Apr 1903), 267-9

The Free Man’s Worship,” The Independent Review 1 (Dec 1903), 415-24  Repr. ML   pdf

Review of G.E. Moore, Principia Ethica, The Cambridge Review 25 (Dec 3 1903), lit. sup. 37-8

Comments on Definitions of “Cause,” “Contenu” and “Convergence,” Bulletin de la société française de philosophie 3 (1903), 163, 192-3, 197

1904

Literature of the Fiscal Controversy,” The Independent Review 1 (Jan 1904), 684-8 Lit Review

“The Tariff Controversy,” The Edinburgh Review 199 (Jan 1904), 169-96   Literature review

Review of Louis Couturat, ed., Opuscules et fragments inédits de Leibniz, Mind, n.s. 13, no. 49 (Jan 1904), 131-2

Review of L.J. Delaporte, Essai philosophique sur les géométries non-Euclidiennes, Mind, n.s. 13, no. 49 (Jan 1904), 132-3

Mr. Charles Booth’s Proposals for Fiscal Reform,” The Contemporary Review 85 (Feb 1904), 198-206

The Meaning of Good,” The Independent Review 2 (Mar 1904), 328-33  Review of G.E. Moore, Principia Ethica

“Meinong’s Theory of Complexes and Assumptions,” Mind, n.s. 13, nos. 50, 51, 52 (Apr, Jul, Oct 1904), 204-19, 336-54, 509-24  Repr. EA

On History,” The Independent Review 3 (Jul 1904), 207-15  Repr. PE

The Axiom of Infinity,” Hibbert Journal 2, no. 4 (Jul 1904), 809-12  Reply to Keyser, “The Axiom of Infinity, ” Hibbert Journal 2, no. 3 (Apr 1904), 532-52  Repr. EA

Review of C. H. Hinton, The Fourth Dimension, Mind, n.s. 13, no. 52 (Oct 1904), 573-4

“Non-Euclidean Geometry,” The Athenaeum, no. 4,018 (Oct 29 1904), 592-3  Reply to MacColl

1905

Review of Branislav Petronievics, Principien der Metaphysik, Mind, n.s. 14, no. 53 (Jan 1905), 128-9

“Science and Hypothesis,” The Westminster Gazette, Jun 3 1905, 13  Review of Poincaré, Science and Hypothesis

The Existential Import of Propositions,” Mind, n.s. 14, no. 55 (Jul 1905), 398-401  Repr. EA

Review of Poincaré, Science and Hypothesis, Mind, n.s. 14, no. 55 (Jul 1905), 412-18  Repr. PE

On Denoting,” Mind, n.s. 14, no. 56 (Oct 1905), 479-93  Repr. LK

Review of A. Meinong, ed., Untersuchungen zur Gegenstandstheorie und Psychologie, Mind, n.s. 14, no. 56 (Oct 1905), 530-8  Repr. EA

“Sur la relation des mathématiques à la logistique,” Revue de métaphysique et de morale 13 (Nov 1905), 906-16  English tr. “On the Relation of Mathematics to Logic,” EA

Comments on Definitions of “Epistemologie” and “Evidence,” Bulletin de la société française de philosophie 5 (1905), 221, 235

Comment on Abstracts of Two Papers, Sociological Papers 1 (1905), 244

1906

“On Some Difficulties in the Theory of Transfinite Numbers and Order Types,” Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, series 2, 4 (Mar 7 1906), 29-53  Repr. EA

Review of H. MacColl, Symbolic Logic and Its Applications, The Athenaeum, no. 4,092 (Mar 31 1906), 396-7

“The Theory of Implication,” American Journal of Mathematics 28 (Apr 1906), 159-202

Review of H. MacColl, Symbolic Logic and Its Applications, Mind, n.s. 15, no. 58 (Apr 1906), 255-60

Review of A. Pastore, Logica formale dedotta dalla considerazione di modelli meccanici, Mind, n.s. 15, no. 58 (Apr 1906), 277

Religion and Metaphysics,” The Independent Review 9 (Apr 1906), 109-16  Review of McTaggart, Some Dogmas of Religion

“Is Reason Irrational?” The Speaker, n.s. 14 (Apr 7 1906), 14-15  Review of Santayana, Reason in Science

What Is Truth?The Independent Review 9 (Jun 1906), 349-53  Review of Joachim, The Nature of Truth

A History of Free Thought,” The Tribune (London) Jun 4 1906, 2  Review of Robertson, A Short History of Freethought, Ancient and Modern

Review of Meinong, Über die Erfahrungsgrundlagen unseres Wissens, Mind, n.s. 15, no. 59 (Jul 1906), 412-5

“The Study of Logic,” The Tribune (London), Jul 7 1906, 2  Review of Joseph, Introduction to Logic

Freethought, Ancient and Modern,” The Speaker, n.s. 14 (Aug 4 1906), 402-3  Review of Robertson, A Short History of Freethought

“Les paradoxes de la logique,” Revue de métaphysique et de morale 14 (Sep 1906), 627-50  Reply to Poincare  English tr. “On ‘Insolubilia,’” EA

The Nature of Truth,” Mind, n.s. 15, no. 60 (Oct 1906), 528-33

Comments on Definitions of “Figure” and “Force,” Bulletin de la société française de philosophie 6 (1906), 307, 320

“Marriage and Eugenics,” Sociological Papers 2 (1906), 47  Comment on two papers by Galton

1907

The Development of Morals,”The Independent Review 12 (Feb 1907), 204-10  Review of Hobhouse, Morals in Evolution (Chapman and Hall, 1906)

“Metaphysics for the Man of Action,” The Nation (London) 1 (Mar 2 1907), 44-5  Review of Schiller, Studies in Humanism

“Garibaldi’s Defence of the Roman Republic,” The Edinburgh Review 205 (Apr 1907), 489-507  Book review essay

“Spinoza’s Moral Code,” The Nation (London) 1 (Apr 13 1907), 276  Review of Picton, Spinoza: A Handbook to the Ethics

Review of Meinong, Über die Stellung der Gegenstandstheorie im System der Wissenschaften, Mind, n.s. 16, no. 63 (Jul 1907), 436-9  Repr. EA

“On the Nature of Truth,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 7 (1907), 28-49

The Politics of a Biologist,” The Albany Review (London) n.s. 2 (Oct 1907), 89-98  Review of Chatterton-Hill, Heredity and Selection in Sociology

“The Study of Mathematics,” The New Quarterly (London) 1 (Nov 1907), 29-44  Repr. ML

1908

“Transatlantic Truth,” The Albany Review n.s. 2 (Jan 1908), 393-410  Review of William James, Pragmatism  Repr. PE

After the Second Reading,” Women’s Franchise (London) 1 (Mar 12 1908), 429  On the women’s enfranchisement bill

Mr. Haldane on Infinity,” Mind, n.s. 17, no. 66 (Apr 1908), 238-42

“ ‘If’ and ‘Imply,’ a Reply to Mr. MacColl,” Mind, n.s. 17, no. 66 (Apr 1908), 300-1

“Mathematical Logic as Based on the Theory of Types,” American Journal of Mathematics vol. 30, no. 3 (Jul 1908), 222-62  Repr. LK

Mr. Asquith’s Pronouncement,” Women’s Franchise (London) 1 (May 28 1908), 565

“Newton’s Philosophy,” Nature (London) 78 (Jun 4 1908), 99-100  Review of Leon Bloch, La Philosophie de Newton

Liberalism and Women’s Suffrage,” The Contemporary Review 94 (Jul 1908), 11-16

Biology and Politics,” The Nation (London) 3 (Sep 26 1908), 918, 920  Review of George Chatterton-Hill, Heredity and Selection in Sociology

“Determinism and Morals,” The Hibbert Journal 7 (Oct 1908), 113-21  Repr. pt. 4, “The Elements of Ethics,” PE

Review of Essays, Philosophical and Psychological, in Honor of William James, The Hibbert Journal 7 (Oct 1908), 203-7

1909

Review of Arnold Reymond, Logique et mathématiques, Mind, n.s. 18, no. 70 (Apr 1909), 299-301

“Pragmatism,” The Edinburgh Review 209 (Apr 1909), 363-88  Repr. PE

Review of Paul Carus, The Foundations of Mathematics, The Mathematical Gazette 5 (Jun-Jul 1909), 103-4  Repr. The Monist 20 (Jan 1910), 64-5

Should Suffragists Welcome the People’s Suffrage Federation?The Common Cause (Manchester) 1 (Dec 9 1909), 463-4

1910

“Ethics,” The New Quarterly 3 (Feb, May 1910), 21-34, 131-43  Repr. pts 1-3 of “The Elements of Ethics,” PE

“La théorie des types logiques,” Revue de métaphysique et de morale 18 (May 1910), 263-301  English tr. “The theory of Logical Types,” EA

“Some Explanations in Reply to Mr. Bradley,” Mind, n.s. 19, no. 75 (Jul 1910), 373-8

Review of G. Mannoury, Methodologisches und Philosophisches zur Elememar-Mathematik, Mind, n.s. 19, no. 75 (Jul 1910), 438-9

“The Philosophy of William James,” The Nation (London) 7 (Sep 3 1910), 793-4

“Spinoza,” The Nation 8 (Nov 12 1910), 278, 280

1911

“The Basis of Realism,” The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods 8 (Mar 16 1911), 158-61

“Le realisme analytique,” Bulletin de la société française de philosophie 11 (Mar 1911), 53-82

“L'importance philosophique de la logistique,” Revue de metáphysique et de morale 19 (May 1911), 281-91  Repr. as “The Philosophical Implications of Mathematical Logic” in AE and as “The Philosophical Importance of Mathematical Logic” in CPBR6

Memories and Studies,” The Cambridge Review 33 (Nov 16 1911), 118  Review of William James, Memories and Studies, (Longmans, 1911)

“Sur les axiomes de l'infini et du transfini,” Société mathématique de France, Compres rendus des séances, no. 2 (1911), 22-35  English tr. “On the Axioms of the Infinite and of the Transfinite,” Dear Russell-Dear Jourdain

“Knowledge by Acquaintance and Knowledge by Description,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 11 (1910-1), 108-28  Repr. ML

1912

The Professor’s Guide to Laughter,” The Cambridge Review 33 (Jan 18 1912), 193-4  Review of Bergson’s Laughter

“The Philosophy of Theism,” The Nation (London) 10 (Feb 10 1912), 788  Review of James Ward, The Realm of Ends

“A Medical Logician,” The Nation (London) 10 (Mar 23 1912), 1,029-30

“Pragmatism and Logic,” The Nation 11 (May 18 1912), 258-9  Review of F.C.S. Schiller, Formal Logic: A Scientific and Social Problem

“The Philosophy of Bergson,” The Monist 22 (Jul 1912), 321-47  Repr. (revised) “Bergson,” HWP

“Hegel and Common Sense,” The Nation 11 (Aug 17 1912), 739-40  Review of Hegel, Hegel’s Doctrine of Formal Logic

“Réponse à M. Koyré,” Revue de metaphysique et de morale 20 (Sep 1912), 725-6

“The Philosophy of Good Taste,” The Nation 11 (Sep 7 1912), 840, 842  Review of Bosanquet, The Principle of Individuality and Value

“The Essence of Religion,” The Hibbert Journal 11 (Oct 1912), 46-62  Repr. BW

Review of William James, Essays in Radical Empiricism, Mind, n.s. 21, no. 84 (Oct 1912), 571-5

Review of Emile Boutroux on William James, The Cambridge Review 34 (Dec 5 1912), 176

“On the Relations of Universals and Particulars,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 12 (1911-2), 1-24  Repr. LK

1913

“The Nature of Sense-Data – Reply to Dr. Dawes Hicks,” Mind, n.s. 22, no. 85 (Jan 1913), 76-81

“The Twilight of the Absolute,” The Nation (London) 12 (Feb 22 1913), 864

“Metaphysics and Intuition,” The Cambridge Review 34 (Apr 17 1913), 376-7

“Mr. Wildon Carr’s Defence of Bergson,” The Cambridge Magazine (UK), 2 (Apr 26 1913), 490, 492  Repr. in The Philosophy of Bergson

Course Descriptions, Official Register of Harvard University 10, no.1, pt 11 (May 20 1913), 16-17,21

“Science as an Element in Culture,” The New Statesman (London) 1 (May 24, 31 1913), 202-4, 234-6)  Repr. “The Place of Science in a Liberal Education,” ML

“Philosophy Made Orthodox,” The Nation (London) 13 (Jun 14 1913), 431  Review of F.B. Jevons, Personality

“On the Notion of Cause,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 13 (1912-3), 1-26  Repr. ML

Review of A. Ruge et al., Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences, vol. 1: Logic, The Cambridge Review 35 (Nov 27 1913), 161

Review of G.M. Trevelyan, Clio, a Muse, The Cambridge Review 35 (Dec 4 1913), 189-90

“The Ordination Service,” The Cambridge Magazine 3 (Dec 6 1913), 229, 231

1914

“On the Nature of Acquaintance,” The Monist 24 (Jan, Apr, Jul 1914), 1-16, 161-87, 435-53  Repr. TK pt.1 chs.1-3, LK

“Competitive Logic,” The Nation (London) 14 (Jan 31 1914), 771-2  Review of A. Ruge et al., Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences, vol. 1, Logic

“Mr. Balfour’s Natural Theology,” The Cambridge Review 35 (Mar 4 1914), 338-9

“The Relation of Sense-Data to Physics,” Scientia 16 (Jul 1914), 1-27  Repr. ML

“Mysticism and Logic,” The Hibbert Journal 12 (Jul 1914), 780-803  Repr. ML

“Will This War End War?” The Labour Leader (London) 11, no. 37 (Sep 10 1914), 2

“War: The Cause and the Cure,” The Labour Leader 11, no. 39 (Sep 24 1914), 2

“Definitions and Methodological Principles in Theory of Knowledge,” The Monist 24 (Oct 1914), 582-93  Repr. TK pt.1 ch.4

“Our Foreign Office: The Need of Democratic Control,” The Labour Leader 11, no. 41 (Oct 8 1914), 5

“Armaments and National Security,” The Labour Leader 11, no. 42 (Oct 15 1914), 5

“Why Nations Love War,” War and Peace (London) 2, no. 14 (Nov 1914), 20-1  Repr. JWT

“Christianity and the War,” The Labour Leader 11, no. 52 (Dec 24 1914), 7

1915

“Sensation and Imagination,” The Monist 25 (Jan 1915), 28-44  Repr. TK pt.1 ch.5

The Ethics of War,” The International Journal of Ethics 25, no. 2 (Jan 1915), 127-42  Repr. JWT

“Can England and Germany Be Reconciled after the War?” The Cambridge Review 36 (Feb 10 1915), 185-6

“Is a Permanent Peace Possible?” The Atlantic Monthly 115 (Mar 1915), 367-76  Repr. JWT

“A True History of Europe’s Last War,” The Labour Leader 12, no. 10 (Mar 11 1915), 5

“On the Experience of Time,” The Monist 25 (Apr 1915), 212-33  Repr. TK pt.1 ch.6

“To Avoid Future Wars,” The Herald (London) no. 790 (May 8 1915), 4

“A Notable Gathering,” The Cambridge Magazine 4 (May 22 1915), 419

“Lord Northcliffe’s Triumph,” The Labour Leader 12, no. 21 (May 27 1915), 1

“The Ultimate Constituents of Matter,” The Monist 25 (Jul 1915), 399-417  Repr. ML

“The Future of Anglo-German Rivalry,” The Atlantic Monthly 116 (Jul 1915), 127-33  Repr. JWT

Letter from Bertrand Russell,” The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods 12, no. 14 (Jul 8 1915), 391-2  Russell claims that sense data are physical

“War and Non-Resistance,” The Atlantic Monthly 116 (Aug 1915), 266-74  Repr. JWT

“On Justice in War-Time  An Appeal to the Intellectuals of Europe,” The International Review 1 (Aug 10, Sep 1 1915), 145-51, 223-30  Repr. JWT

The War and Non-Resistance: A Rejoinder to Professor Perry,” International Journal of Ethics 26 (Oct 1915), 23-30

“Edith Cavell,” The Labour Leader 12, no. 43 (Oct 28 1915), 3

Review of Gilbert Parker, The World in the Crucible: An Account of the Origins and Conduct of the Great War, The Cambridge Review 37 (Nov 24 1915), 122-3

1916

“Principles of Social Reconstruction,” War and Peace 3, no. 28 (Jan 1916), 52-3

Conscription, The Labour Leader 13, no. 1 (Jan 6 1916), 7

“The Danger to Civilisation,” The Open Court 30 (Mar 1916), 170-80  Repr. JWT

“Religion and the Churches,” The Unpopular Review 5 (Apr-Jun 1916), 392-409  Repr. (revised) PSR ch.7

“Practical War Economy,” The Labour Leader 13, no. 16 (Apr 20 1916), 6

“War as an Institution,” The Atlantic Monthly 117 (May 1916), 603-13  Repr. PSR ch.3

“Education as a Political Institution,” The Atlantic Monthly 117 (Jun 1916), 750-7  Repr. (revised) PSR ch.5

“Trial of Mr. Bertrand Russell: Brilliant Defence of Anti-Militarists,” The Labour Leader 13, no. 23 (Jun 8 1916), 5

“Marriage and the Population Question,” The International Journal of Ethics 26 (Jul 1916), 443-61  Repr. PSR ch.6

“What Bertrand Russell Was Not Allowed to Say,” The Tribunal (London), no. 16 (Jul 6 1916), 2

“The Nature of the State in View of Its External Relations,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 16 (1915-16), 301-10

“British Politics,” The Ploughshare n.s.1 (Aug 1916), 210-3

“Hon. Bertrand Russell Says When Fate of Constantinople Is Settled,” Forward (Glasgow) 10, no. 39 (Aug 5 1916), 3

“Clifford Allen and Mr. Lloyd George,” The Tribunal, no. 22 (Aug 17 1916), 1

“Mr. Bertrand Russell and the War Office,” The Manchester Guardian, Sep 27 1916, 6  Repr. “Publisher’s Preface,” JWT

“Syllabus of Lectures by Bertrand Russell,” War and Peace 4, no. 37 (Oct 1916), 7

“What We Stand For,” The Tribunal, no. 30 (Oct 12 1916), 1

“The N.C.P. and the Political Outlook,” The Tribunal, no. 38 (Dec 7 1916), 2

“The Momentum of War,” The Tribunal, no. 39 (Dec 14 1916), 1, 3

1917

“Two Ideals of Pacifism,” War and Peace 4, no. 40 (Jan 1917), 58-60

“The Logic of Armaments,” The Ploughshare n.s. 1 (Jan 1917), 366-9

“For Conscience Sake,” The Independent (New York), 89 (Jan 15 1917), 101-3

“The Future of The Tribunal,” The Tribunal (London), no. 44 (Jan 25 1917), 2

“Political Ideals,” The North American Review, 205 (Feb 1917), 248-59  Repr. PI

“Why the War Continues,” The U.D.C. 2 (Feb 1917), 41-2

“President Wilson’s Statement,” The Tribunal, no. 45 (Feb 1 1917), 1  Repr. BRA1

“The Prospects of the N.C.F. in the New Year,” The Tribunal, no. 45 (Feb 1 1917), 2

“The Government and Absolute Exemption,” The Tribunal, no. 46 (Feb 8 1917), 2

“National Service,” The Tribunal, no. 47 (Feb 15 1917), 2

“Liberty and National Service,” The Tribunal, no. 48 (Feb 22 1917), 2

“The Position of the Absolutists,” The Tribunal, no. 49 (Mar 1 1917), 2

“War and Individual Liberty,” The Tribunal, no. 50 (Mar 8 1917), 2

“Saul among the Prophets,” The Tribunal, no. 51 (Mar 15 1917), 2

“Russia Leads the Way,” The Tribunal, no. 52 (Mar 22 1917), 2

“The Evils of Persecution,” The Tribunal, no. 53 (Mar 29 1917), 2

“The Conscientious Objector: A Reply to Mr. E.A. Wodehouse,” The Herald of the Star 6 (Apr 1917), 181-3

“The New Hope,” The Tribunal, no. 54 (Apr 5 1917), 2

“America’s Entry into the War,” The Tribunal, no. 55 (Apr 19 1917), 1  Repr. BRA1

“The Importance of Mental Growth,” The Tribunal, no. 55 (Apr 19 1917), 2

“Should the N.C.F. Abstain from All Political Action?” The Tribunal, no. 56 (Apr 26 1917), 2

“National Independence and Internationalism,” Atlantic Monthly, 119 (May 1917), 622-28  Repr. PI

“Message to Russia,” The Tribunal, no. 57 (May 3 1917), 2

“Resistance And Service,” The Tribunal, no. 57 (May 3 1917), 2

“How to Destroy Prussian Militarism,” The Tribunal, no. 58 (May 10 1917), 2

“The Value of Endurance,” The Tribunal, no. 59 (May 17 1917), 2

“Russia and Peace,” The Tribunal, no. 60 (May 24 1917), 2

“Lord Derby and Leeds,” The Tribunal, no. 61 (Jun 7 1917), 2

“The Chances of Peace,” The Tribunal, no. 62 (Jun 14 1917), 2

“No-Conscription Fellowship,” News Sheet (Princetown, UK), no. 9 (Jun 1917), 7-8

“The Price of Vengeance,” The Tribunal, no. 63 (Jun 21 1917), 2

“The Military Authorities and the Absolutists,” The Tribunal, no. 64 (Jun 28 1917), 2

“Individual Liberty and Public Control,” The Atlantic Monthly 120 (Jul 1917), 112-20  Repr. PI

“Pacifism and Economic Revolution,” The Tribunal, no. 65 (Jul 5 1917), 2

“The Renewed Ill-Treatment of C.O.’s,” The Tribunal, no. 66 (Jul 12 1917), 2

“A Pacifist Revolution?” The Tribunal, no. 67 (Jul 19 1917), 2

“Pacifism and Revolution,” The Tribunal, no. 67 (Jul 19 1917), supp., 2-3

“The Fall of Bethmann-Hollweg,” The Herald, no. 905 (Jul 21 1917), 9

“The International Situation,” The Tribunal, no. 68 (Jul 26 1917), 2

“Chancellor and Premier,” The Herald, no. 906 (Jul 28 1917), 9

“The Russian Revolution and International Relations,” The U.D.C. 2 (Aug 1917), 118-20

“Crucify Him! Crucify Him!” The Tribunal, no. 69 (Aug 2 1917), 2

“The International Situation,” The Tribunal, no. 71 (Aug 23 1917), 1, 4

“Imperialist Anxieties,” The Tribunal, no. 72 (Aug 30 1917), 2

“Self-Discipline and Self-Government,” The Herald of the Star 6 (Sep 1917), 484-8

“Six Months for Spreading Truth,” The Tribunal, no. 73 (Sep 6 1917), 2

“Idealism On The Defensive,” The Nation 21 (Sep 8 1917), 588, 590  Review of May Sinclair, A Defence of Idealism

“Secret Diplomacy,” The Tribunal, no. 74 (Sep 13 1917), 2

“The Charge of Anarchy,” The Tribunal, no. 75 (Sep 20 1917), 2

“The Kaiser’s Reply to the Pope,” The Tribunal, no. 76 (Sep 27 1917), 2

“Is Nationalism Moribund?” The Seven Arts 2 (Oct 1917), 673-87

“Metaphysics,” English Review 25 (Oct 1917), 381-4  Review of May Sinclair, A Defence of Idealism

“Asia and the War,” The Tribunal, no. 77 (Oct 4 1917), 2

“The Times on Revolution,” The Pioneer (Merthyr Tydfil, Wales), no. 342 (Oct 6 1917), 1

“Count Czernin’s Speech,” The Tribunal, no. 78 (Oct 11 1917), 2

“A Valuable Suggestion by the Bishop of Exeter,” The Tribunal, no. 79 (Oct 18 1917), 2

“The People and Peace,” The Tribunal, no. 80 (Oct 25 1917), 2

“Saul among the Prophets,” The Tribunal, no. 81 (Nov 1 1917), 2

“Will Conscription Continue after the War?” The Tribunal, no. 82 (Nov 8 1917), 2

“A Metaphysical Defence of the Soul,” The Nation (London) 22 (Nov 10 1917), supp., 210, 212  Review of Laird, Problems of the Self

“The International Outlook,” The Pioneer (Merthyr Tydfil, Wales), no. 347 (Nov 10 1917), 3

“A New Tribunal for Gaol Delivery,” The Tribunal, no. 83 (Nov 15 1917), 2

“Who Is the British Bolo?” The Tribunal, no. 84 (Nov 22 1917), 2

“Boloism in Power,” The Tribunal, no. 85 (Nov 29 1917), 2

“The Sanctity of Conscience,” The Herald, no. 924 (Dec 1 1917), 19

“Lord Lansdowne’s Letter,” The Tribunal, no. 86 (Dec 6 1917), 2

“The Government’s ‘Concessions,’” The Tribunal, no. 87 (Dec 13 1917), 2

“Freedom Or Victory?” The Pioneer (Merthyr Tydfil, Wales), no. 352 (Dec 15 1917), 2

“International Opinion During 1917,” The Tribunal, no. 89 (Dec 27 1917), 1, 3

1918

“The German Peace Offer,” The Tribunal, no. 90 (Jan 3 1918), 1  Repr. ABR2, ch. 1 as “Labour Can Impose Peace”

“The Bolsheviks and Mr. Lloyd George,” The Tribunal, no. 91 (Jan 10 1918), 2

“Human Character and Social Institutions,” The Ploughshare n.s. 3 (May 1918), 100-4

“Pure Reason At Koenigsberg,” The Nation (London) 23 (Jul 20 1918), 426, 428 
Review of N.K. Smith, Commentary to Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason

“The Philosophy Of Logical Atomism,” The Monist 28 (Oct 1918), 495-527; 29 (Jan, Apr, Jul 1919), 33-63, 190-222, 345-80  Repr. LK

Review of C.D. Broad, Perception, Physics, and Reality, Mind, n.s. 27, no. 108 (Oct 1918), 492-8

“The State God,” The Nation 24 (Dec 7 1918), 292, 294  Review of Hobhouse, Metaphysical Theory of the State, Mackenzie, Outlines of Social Philosophy, Hetherington, Social Purpose

1919

“Note on C.D. Broad’s Article in the July Mind,” Mind, n.s. 28, no. 109 (Jan 1919), 124

“Professor Dewey’s Essays in Experimental Logic,” The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods 16 (Jan 2 1919), 5-26

“The Religion of Neo-Platonism,” The Nation (London) 24 (Jan 25 1919), 491-2  Review of Inge, The Philosophy of Plotinus

“On ‘Bad Passions,’” The Cambridge Magazine 8 (Feb 1 1919), 491-2

“Why Are the C.O.’s Not Released?” The Labour Leader 16, no. 6 (Feb 6 1919), 7

“Intellectual Guidance for the Masses,” The Nation 24 (Feb 8 1919), 556, 558  Review of Hearnshaw, Democracy at the Crossways

“Philosophy and the Soul,” The Nation 24, (Mar 1 1919), 646, 648  Review of Haldane et al., Life and Finite Individuality

“Biology of War,” Athenaeum no. 4,641 (Apr 11 1919), 172-3  Review of Nicolai, Biology of War

Dreams and Facts,” The Athenaeum nos. 4,642-3 (Apr 18, 25 1919), 198-9, 232-3  Repr. SE

“Democracy and Efficiency,” The Athenaeum no. 4,642 (Apr 18 1919), 204  Review of Jenks, The State and the Nation, Barthélemy, Le Problème de la compétence dans la démocratie

“What the Conscientious Objector Has Achieved,” The Tribunal, no. 154 (Apr 24 1919), 2

“Philosophers and Rebels,” The Nation 25 (Apr 26 1919), 111  Review of Scott, Syndicalism and Philosophical Realism

“Democracy and Direct Action,” The English Review 28 (May 1919), 396-403

“Philosophy and Virtue,” The Athenaeum no. 4,644 (May 2 1919), 270  Review of H. Jones, The Principles of Citizenship

“The Noble Army of Philosophers,” The Nation 25 (May 10 1919), 176  Review of Perry, The Present Conflict of Ideals: A Study of the Philosophical Background of the World War

“The Infancy of Socialism,” The Athenaeum no. 4,647 (May 23 1919), 362-3  Review of Beer, History of British Socialism

“New Powers and Old Frontiers,” The Nation 25 (Jun 7 1919), 2935

“The Mystic Vision,” The Athenaeum no. 4,651 (Jun 20 1919), 487-8  Review of Clutton-Brock, What Is the Kingdom of Heaven?

“The Possibility of Knowledge,” The Athenaeum no. 4,652 (Jun 27 1919), 524-5  Review of Lossky, The Intuitive Basis of Knowledge

“The Triumph of Common Sense,” The Athenaeum no. 4,654 (Jul 11 1919), 589  Review of Jones, Patriotism and Popular Education

“Is Knowledge Intuitive?” The Nation 25 (Jul 12 1919), 456, 458  Review of Lossky, The Intuitive Basis of Knowledge

“Common-Sense Philosophy,” Daily Herald, Jul 16 1919, 8  Review of Joad, Essays in Common Sense Philosophy

“Germany before the War,” Daily Herald, Jul 23 1919, 8  Review of Dawson, The Evolution of Modern Germany

“Philosophy Without Paradox,” The Athenaeum no. 4,656 (Jul 25 1919), 652-3  Review of Joad, Essays in Common Sense Philosophy

“A Philosophic Realist,” The Nation 25 (Aug 2 1919), 535-6  Review of Joad, Essays in Common Sense Philosophy

“An Englishman’s China,” The Athenaeum no. 4,658 (Aug 8 1919), 715-6  Review of Werner, China of the Chinese

“Liberty and Law,” The Nation 25 (Aug 16 1919), 594, 596  Review of Laski, Authority in the Modern State

“Why I Am A Guildsman,” The Guildsman (London) 33 (Sep 1919), 3

“Holy Russia,” The International Review 2, no. 3 (Sep 1919), 104-5  Review of Masaryk, The Spirit of Russia

“The Seamy Side of Revolution,” The Athenaeum no. 4,665 (Sep 26 1919), 943-4  Review of Webster, The French Revolution

“The Analysis of Mind,” Morley College Magazine 29 (Nov 1919), 30-5  Syllabus of lectures

“A Microcosm of British Philosophy,” The Athenaeum no. 4,671 (Nov 7 1919), 1,149-50  Review of Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 19

“Einstein’s Theory of Gravitation,” The Athenaeum no. 4,672 (Nov 14 1919), 1,189

“The Philosopher King,” The Athenaeum no. 4,673 (Nov 21 1919), 1,221

“How Great Men Are Expected To Feel,” The Athenaeum no. 4,674 (Nov 28 1919), 1,257  Review of A. Lynch, Moments of Genius

“The Same Door,” The Nation 26 (Dec 6 1919), 334, 336  Review of Ponsonby, A Conflict of Opinion; Discussion on the Failure of the Church

“The Anatomy of Desire,” The Athenaeum nos. 4,676-8 (Dec 12, 19, 26 1919), 1,340-1, 1,372-3, 1,402-3  Repr. AM ch.3

“On Propositions: What They Are and How They Mean,” Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volume: Problems of Science and Philosophy, 2 (1919), 1-43  Repr. LK

1920

“The Relativity Theory of Gravitation,” The English Review 30 (Jan 1920), 11-18

“What The C.O. Stands For,” The Tribunal, no. 182 (Jan 8 1920), 9

“The Wisdom of Our Ancestors,” The Athenaeum no. 4,680 (Jan 9 1920), 43  Review of Joachim, Immediate Experience and Mediation

“Heroic Adventure in the Antarctic,” The Athenaeum no. 4,681 (Jan 16 1920), 76  Review of Shackleton, South: The Story of Shackleton’s Last Expedition, 1914-1917

“La Civilisation et la lutte des classes,” Clarté (Paris), no. 11 (Feb 21 1920), 1

“Feeble-Minded and Others,” The Athenaeum, no. 4,687 (Feb 27 1920), 271  Review of Goddard, Psychology of the Normal and Subnormal

“The God Demos,” Daily Herald, Mar 3 1920, 8  Review of Brown, The Meaning of Democracy

“A Product of Environment,” The Nation (London) 26 (Mar 20 1920), 866, 868  Review of Miller, ed., The Letters of Donald Hankey, a Student in Arms

“Is Logic Deductive?” The Nation (London) 26 (Mar 27 1920), 898, 900  Review of Bosanquet, Implication and Linear Inference

“Food and the Man,” McCall’s Magazine 47, no. 8 (Apr 1920), 24  Contribution to a symposium on personal eating habits

“The Nature of Inference,” The Athenaeum, no. 4,694 (Apr 16 1920), 514-15  Review of Bosanquet, Implication and Linear Inference

“Religious Evolution,” The Nation (London) 27 (Apr 24 1920), 116, 118  Review of Carpenter, Pagan and Christian Creed

“Socialism and Liberal Ideals,” The English Review 30 (May, Jun 1920), 449-55, 499-508

“Journey of Trip to Russia,” CPBR 15, pp. 159-170  Russell's diary of his trip to Russia, written 1920, first pubished 2000

“Impressions of Bolshevik Russia,” The Nation (London) 27 (Jul 10, 17, 24, 31, Aug 7 1920), 460-2, 493-4, 520-1, 547-8, 576-7  Repr. (revised) PTB pt.1 chs.2, 3, 5, 8, 9

“British Labour Delegation to Russia and the Illness of Mr. Clifford Allen,” The Lancet 199 (Jul 17 1920), 159-60

“Why Russia Endures Bolshevism,” Illustrated Sunday Herald, Aug 8 1920, 5

“Daily Life in Moscow,” Common Sense 9 (Sep 4 1920), 122  Repr. PTB pt. 1 ch. 7

“Bolshevik Theory,” The New Republic 24 (Sep 15, Nov 3, 17 1920), 67-9, 239-41, 296-8  Repr. PTB pt.2 chs. 1, 4, 5

“The Meaning of ‘Meaning,’” Mind, n.s. 29, no. 116 (Oct 1920), 398-404

“Industry in Undeveloped Countries,” The Chinese Social and Political Science Review (Beijing) 5a (Dec 1920), 239-54  Repr. The Atlantic Monthly 127 (Jun 1921), 787-95

“First Impressions of China,” The Peking Leader, Dec 16 1920

1921

“The Happiness of China,” The Nation 28 (Jan 8 1921), 505-6  Repr. ABR2, 137-9

“The Prospects of Bolshevik Russia,” Kaizo 3, no. 2 (Feb 1921), 1-14

“Causes of the Present Chaos,” Kaizo 3, no. 3 (Mar 1921), 116  Repr. PIC ch.1

“What Makes a Social System Good or Bad?” Kaizo 3, no. 4 (Apr 1921), 1-16  Repr. PIC ch.8

“China’s Road to Freedom,” The Peking Leader, Jul 7 1921, 3

“Inherent Tendencies of Industrialism,” Kaizo 3, no. 9 (Aug 1921), 1-15  Repr. PIC ch.2

“Industrialism and Private Property,” Kaizo 3, no. 10 (Sep 1921), 109-19  Repr. PIC ch.3

“Interactions of Industrialism and Nationalism,” Kaizo 3 (Oct 1921), 123-37  Repr. PIC ch.4

“Communist Ideals,” The Daily Herald, Oct 19 1921, 4

“A People Who Value Wisdom above Rubies,” Review of Reviews 64 (Nov 1921), 349-53  Repr. PC

“China and the Powers,” Foreign Affairs 3 (Nov 1921), 69-70

“The Future of China,” The Labour News (London), Nov 10 1921, 1

“A Plea for China,” The Sun (Baltimore), Nov 24 1921, 8

“China and Chinese Influence,” The Manchester Guardian, Nov 29 1921, 6

“The Problems of China,” The Manchester Guardian, Nov 30 1921, 6

“Some Traits in the Chinese Character,” Atlantic Monthly 128 (Dec 1921), 771-7  Repr. PC ch.12

“Vorwort,”  Introduction to Ludwig Wittgenstein, “Logisch-philosophische Abhandlung,” Annalen der Naturphilosophie (Leipzig) 14 (Dec 1921), 186-98

“Chinese Independence,” The Manchester Guardian, Dec 2 1921, 16

“Sketches of Modern China,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 30 (Dec 3, 10, 17 1921), 375-6, 429-30, 461-3

“How Washington Could Help China,” Daily Herald, Dec 16 1921, 4

1922

“The Chinese Intelligentsia,” Time and Tide 3 (Jan 13 1922), 29-31  Repr. (revised) PC ch.4

“Present Anglo-American Policy in China,” Daily Herald Jan 26 1922, 4  Repr. (revised) PC ch.10

“Reconstruction in China,” The Chinese Students’ Monthly (Baltimore) 17 (Feb 1922), 283-5

“The Washington Conference and the Future,” Kaizo 4 (Mar 1922), 135-47  Repr. PC ch.10

“China’s Entanglements,” Foreign Affairs 3, no. 9 (Mar 1922), lit. supp., pp. iii-iv  Review of G. Reid, China, Captive or Free?

“As a European Radical Sees It,” The Freeman 4 (Mar 8 1922), 608-10  On the US and China

“Hopes and Fears as Regards America,” New Republic 30 (Mar 15, 22 1922), 70-2, 99-101  Repr. BRA1

“Chinese Civilization and the West,” The Dial 72 (Apr 1922), 356-64  Repr. PC ch.11

“Communism and Society,” Daily Herald, Apr 19 1922, 7  Review of Paul, Communism & Society

“Socialism in Undeveloped Countries,” Atlantic Monthly 129 (May 1922), 664-71  Repr. PIC ch.6

“How Can Internationalism Be Brought About?” The Century Magazine 104 (Jun 1922), 195-202  Repr. PIC ch.5

“The Prevention of War,” No More War (London) 1, no. 5 (Jun 1922), 5

Review of J.M. Keynes, A Treatise on Probability, The Mathematical Gazette 11 (Jul 1922), 119-25

“Socialism in Advanced Countries,” Kaizo 4 (Jul 1922), 104-14  Repr. (expanded) PIC ch.7

“Communism by Stages,” The ABC of Communism, Daily Herald, Jul 5 1922, 7  Review of N. Bukharin and E. Preobrazhensky

“Analytic and Synthetic Philosophers,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 31 (Jul 15 1922), 538-9  Review of G.E. Moore, Philosophical Studies, Karin Stephen, The Misuse of Mind

“The World and the War-Dragon: Next War Would Wipe Out Civilization. Have the People Learned Their Lesson?” The Labour Leader 19, no. 30 (Jul 27 1922), 5

“Philosophic Idealism at Bay,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 31 (Aug 5 1922), 625-6  Review of May Sinclair, The New Idealism

“Chinese Problems,” The Labour Magazine (London) 1 (Sep 1922), 229-31

“The Christian Warrior,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 31 (Sep 9 1922), 770  Review of A.A. Luce, Bergson’s Doctrine of Intuition

“Relativity, Scientific and Metaphysical,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 31 (Sep 16 1922), 796-7  Review of R. B. Haldane, The Philosophy of Humanism

“Physics and Perception,” Mind, n.s. 31, no. 124 (Oct 1922), 478-85  Reply to C.A. Strong, “Mr. Russell’s Theory of the External World”

“The Theory of Relativity,” Kaizo 4 (Oct 1922), 61-73

“Toward an Understanding of China,” Century Magazine 104 (Oct 1922), 912-16  Repr. PC ch.1

“Bring Us Peace: An Appeal to American Students,” The New Student 2, no. 1 (Oct 7 1922), 1-2

“Motive in Industry: A Reply to Professor Einstein,” The New Leader (London) 1, no. 2 (Oct 13 1922), 11-12

“The Outlook for China,” The Century Magazine 105 (Nov 1922), 141-6  Repr. PC ch.15

“The Aroma of Evanescence,” The Dial 73 (Nov 1922), 559-62  Review of Santayana, Soliloquies in England

“Instinct and the Unconscious,” The New Leader 1, no. 5 (Nov 3 1922), 12

“What Is Morality?” The Nation and the Athenaeum 32 (Nov 11 1922), 254-5  Review of B.M. Laing, A Study in Moral Problems

“The Philosophy of Conservatism,” The New Republic 32 (Nov 15 1922), 309-10  Review of W. R. Inge, Outspoken Essays, 2nd series

“Dr. Schiller’s Analysis of The Analysis of Mind,” Journal of Philosophy 19 (Nov 23 1922), 645-51

“From Comte to Bergson,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 32 (Dec 9 1922), 426  Review of J.A. Gunn, Modern French Philosophy

“Herd Instinct and Acquisitiveness,” The New Leader 1, no. 11 (Dec 15 1922), 10

1923

“Bertrand Russell Hits Back,” The New Generation 2 (Jan 1923), 12  Reply to critics of PC

“Lord Balfour on Methodological Doubt,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 32 (Jan 6 1923), 542-4  On Balfour’s Gifford Lectures, Theism and Thought

“Tolstoy’s Domestic Problems,” The New Statesman 20 (Jan 20 1923), 457  Review of V. Tchertkoff, The Last Days of Tolstoy

“Freedom in Education: A Protest Against Mechanism,” The Dial 74 (Feb 1923), 153-64  Repr. (revised), PIC ch.12

“The Structure of the Atom,” The New Leader (London) 2, nos. 6-10 (Feb 9, 16, 23, Mar 2, 9, 1923), 10-11, 11-12, 10-11, 10-11, 14-15

“Birth Control and the Law,” The Arena (London) 1, no. 1 (Mar 1923), 8-9

“Una Revista de la Situación Europea,” La Nación (Buenos Aires), Mar 4 1923, sec. 2, 13

“The Boxer Indemnity and Chinese Education,” The Manchester Guardian, Apr 4 1923, 12

“Amenidades Anglo-Francesas,” La Nación (Buenos Aires), Apr 8 1923, 14

“The Mastery of Words,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 33 (Apr 21 1923), 87-8  Review of Ogden and Richards, The Meaning of Meaning

“What Constitutes Rationality?” The New Statesman 21 (Apr 28 1923), 84, 86  Review of Santayana, The Life of Reason, 2nd ed

“The Sources of Power,” The Freeman 7 (May 2, 9, 16 1923), 176-9, 200-2, 224-6  Repr. (revised) PIC ch.10

“George Santayana,” The Outlook (London) 51 (May 5 1923), 365, 368  Review of Santayana, The Life of Reason, 2nd ed

“Vagueness,” The Australasian Journal of Psychology and Philosophy 1 (Jun 1923), 84-92

“What Constitutes Intelligence?” The Nation and the Athenaeum 33 (Jun 9 1923), 330-1  Review of Spearman, The Nature of “Intelligence” and the Principles of Cognition

“Mephistopheles and the Brute,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 33 (Jul 7 1923), 457  Review of Santayana, Scepticism and Animal Faith

“Preparándonos para la Guerra Próxima,” La Nación, Jul 8 1923, sec. 3, p. 2

“Slavery or Self-Extermination: A Forecast of Europe’s Future,” The Nation 117 (Jul 11 1923), 32-4

“Leisure and Mechanism,” The Dial 75 (Aug 1923), 105-22  Repr. PIC ch.9

“Posibilidades del Fascismo,” La Nación, Aug 1 1923, sec. 1, p. 4

“The Interior of the Atom,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 33 (Sep 1 1923), 696, 698  Review of Andrade, The Structure of the Atom

“A New System of Philosophy,” The New Statesman 21 (Sep 1 1923), 596  Review of Santayana, Scepticism and Animal Faith

“Science and Metaphysics,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 33 (Sep 8 1923), 716  Review of Hobson, The Domain of Natural Science

“Labour and the Universities: A Practical Policy,” The New Leader 4, no. 11 (Sep 14 1923), 4

“Philosophy in India and China,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 33 (Sep 15 1923), 748-9  Review of Radhakrishnan, Indian Philosophy, vol. 1, Bruce, Chu Hsi and His Masters

“Life as an Art,” The Outlook 52 (Sep 15 1923), 213-14  Repr. in J. Ishill (ed), Havelock Ellis, in Appreciation  Review of Havelock Ellis, The Dance of Life

“The Atom: Its Structure and Its Problems,” The Observer, Sep 16 1923, 9

“Early Chinese Philosophy,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 33 (Sep 22 1923), 778-9  Review of Hu Shih, The Development of the Logical Method in Ancient China

Review of C.D. Broad, Scientific Thought, Mathematical Gazette 11 (Oct 1923), 395-9

“Can Men Be Rational?” The Rationalist Annual (London) 1923, 23-8  Repr. SE

“An Essay on Behaviourism,” Vanity Fair 21, no. 2 (Oct 1923), 47, 96, 98

“La Carrera de Europa Hacia el Desastre,” La Nación, Oct 7 1923, sec. 3, p. 3

“Workhouse for Disabled!” Daily Herald (London), Oct 1 1923, 6

“En Torno a la Nota Britanica del 13 de Agosto,” La Nación, Oct 14 1923, sec. 3, p. 2

“The Revival of Puritanism,” The Freeman 8 (Oct 17 1923), 128-30  Repr. SE

“El Fracaso de la Legalidad Internacional,” La Nación, Oct 28 1923, sec. 3, p. 2

“Socialism and Birth Control,” The New Generation, 2 (Nov 1923), 127

“Biology and Religion,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 34 (Nov 10 1923), 223-4  Review of Huxley, Essays of a Biologist

“Science and Civilisation,” Daily Herald, Nov 16, 19, 20, 21 1923, p. 4 each issue  Repr. with alterations, chs. 1, 2 and conclusion of Icarus, or the Future of Science

“Mr. Baldwin ante las Elecciones Generales,” La Nación, Nov 25 1923, sec. 3, p. 2

“Las Dificultades Económicas de Gran Bretaña,” La Nación, Dec 30 1923, sec. 3, p. 2

1924

“Dogmatic and Scientific Ethics,” The Outlook (London) 53 (Jan 5 1924), 9-10  Repr. BW

“The Politics of Oil,” The New Leader (London) 6, no. 2 (Jan 11 1924), 4-5  Review of Davenport and Cooke, The Oil Trusts and Anglo-American Relations

“The Need for Political Scepticism,” The Freeman 8 (Jan 23, 30 1924), 464-7, 489-90  Repr. SE

“An Impression of Lenin,” The New Leader (London) 6, no. 4 (Jan 25 1924), 3  Repr. The Spokesman no. 2 (Apr 1970), 3

“Does Ethics Influence Life?” The Nation and the Athenaeum 34 (Feb 2 1924), 635-6  Review of Schweitzer, Civilization and Ethics

“The Case Against Islam,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 34 (Feb 16 1924), 704

“Psychology and Politics,” The Outlook 53 (Feb 23 1924), 124-6

“Lo que puede y lo que no puede hacer un gobierno laborista,” La Nación (Buenos Aires), Feb 24 1924, sec. 3, p. 2

“How to Read History,” The Bermondsey Book (London) 1, no. 2 (Mar 1924), 10-3

“A Motley Pantheon,” The Dial 76 (Mar 1924), 243-5  Review of Brandes, Creative Spirits of the Nineteenth Century

“French Policy Since Versailles,” Foreign Affairs 5, no. 9 (Mar 1924), lit. supp., pp. vi, viii  Review of Street, The Treachery of France

“Einstein’s Theory of Gravitation,” The Nation & the Athenaeum 34 (Mar 8 1924), 802-4  Review of Freundlich, Theory of Relativity and Foundations of Einstein’s Theory of Gravitation

“The Beginnings of Mathematics,” The Observer (London), Mar 16 1924, 5  Review of Smith, History of Mathematics, vol. 1

“Machines and the Emotions,” The Outlook 53 (Mar 22 1924), 200-2  Repr. SE

“Problemas internos del gobierno laborista,” La Nación, Mar 23 1924, sec. 3, pp. 1-2

“Study of the Past,” Daily Herald (London), Mar 26 1924, 7  Review of Davies, How to Read History

“How to Save Civilization,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 34 (Mar 29 1924), 926, 928  Review of Stratford, The Reconstruction of Life

“British Policy in the Near East,” Foreign Affairs 5 (Apr 1924), 198-9  Review of Powell, The Struggle for Power in Moslem Asia

“Bertrand Russell Refuses to Retract in Reply to Lowell,” Harvard Crimson, Apr 25 1924, pp. 1, 6

“If We Are to Prevent the Next War,” The Century Magazine 108 (May 1924), 3-12  Repr. Johnsen (ed), Selected Articles on War – Cause and Cure

“An Attempt to Convert Kentucky,” The Dial 76 (May 1924), 462-4  Review of Robinson, The Humanizing of Knowledge

“Ethics and the Drama,” The New Leader (London) 7, no. 6 (May 9 1924), 12-13  Review of Miles Malleson, The Fanatics, A Comedy in Three Acts

“Bertrand Russell expone las consecuencias del informe de Dawes,” La Nación, May 18 1924, sec. 3, p. 2

“Por primera vez, desde 1914, hay indicios de una verdadera paz en Europa,” La Nación, Jul 6 1924, sec. 3, p. 2

“Americanization,” The Dial 77, Aug 1924, 158-60  Review of Kallen, Culture and Democracy in the United States

“Natural Laws,” The Saturday Review of Literature (New York) 1 (Aug 2 1924), 5  Review of Ritchie, Scientific Method

“Impressions of America,” The New Leader 8, no. 8 (Aug 22 1924), 4-5  Repr. BRA1

“Los problemas internacionales que debe ir resolviendo Macdonald,” La Nación, Aug 31 1924, sec. 3, p. 1

“British Imperialism in China,” The New Leader (London) 8, no. 12 (Sep 19 1924), 3

“Atoms in Modern Physics,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 35 (Sep 27 1924), 780, 782  Review of Lodge, Atoms and Rays; Berthoud, New Theories of Matter and the Atom

“The Medicine Man,” The Highway (London) 16 (Autumn 1924), 164-7  Review of Rivers, Medicine, Magic, and Religion

“The Teacher and the Administrator,” Teachers’ Labour League Newsletter (UK), no. 2 (Autumn 1924), 1

“Future Cultural Relations of East and West,” The New Orient 2, no. 2 (Oct-Dec 1924), 1-6

“Materialism, Past and Present,” Psyche (London) 5 (Oct 1924), 111-20

“Philosophy in the Twentieth Century,” The Dial 77 (Oct 1924), 271-90

“The American Intelligentsia,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 36 (Oct 11 1924), 50-1  Repr. BRA1

“Could We Settle Everything by Compromise?” Daily Herald, Oct 15 1924, 9  Review of Follet, Creative Experience

“Why I Believe in Labour: A Great Work Begun,” The New Leader 9, no. 3 (Oct 17 1924), 10

“La Restauración de la Paz en Europa,” La Nación, Oct 23 1924, sec. 1, p. 6

“The International Debate of the Day!” Life and Letters (Girard, KS) 3, no. 3 (Nov 1924), 1, 4-8  Debate with Scott Nearing in New York, May 25 1924

“Préface à La Géométrie dans le monde sensible de Jean Nicod,” Revue philosophique (Paris) 98 (Nov-Dec 1924), 450-4

“Sobre la Democracia y el Gobierno,” La Nación, Nov 9 1924, sec. 3, p. 5

“Democracy in Prisons: The Safeguarding of Society,” The New Leader (London) 9, no. 7 (Nov 14 1924), 3, 4  Review of Osborne, Prisons and Common Sense

“What Really Is Happening in China?” Daily Herald, Nov 19 1924, 9  Review of Western Civilization and the Far East

“Under Which Flag?” The New Leader (London) 9, no. 8 (Nov 21 1924), 6

“Los Resultados del Primer Gobierno Laborista,” La Nación, Nov 23 1924, sec. 3, p. 2

“Freedom or Authority in Education,” The Century Magazine 109 (Dec 1924), 172-80  Repr. SE

Appreciation of E.D. Morel, Foreign Affairs 6 (Dec 1924), 125

“The Far Eastern Problem,” Foreign Affairs 6 (Dec 1924), 131-2

“Why He Distrusts ‘Gentlemen,’” Daily Herald, Dec 3 1924, 9  Reply to critics of “What Really Is Happening in China?”

“Asia and the White Man,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 36 (Dec 6 1924), 368, 370  Review of Stephen King-Hall, Western Civilization and the Far East,

“Anguiskie Poutiki i Pisateli ob Otkaze Konservativnogo Pravitelstva Ratifitsirovat Anglo-Sovetskii Dogover,” Izvestiia (Moscow), Dec 10 1924, 1

“A Dawes Plan for China?” The New Leader (London) 9, no. 13 (Dec 26 1924), 6

“British Labor’s Lesson,” The New Republic 41 (Dec 31, 1914), 138-9

1925

“Zi Zhao Yuanren Jun Shu,” [Beijing Newspaper], Jan 11 1925, supp., p. 1

“El Nuevo Gobierno Británico,” La Nación (Buenos Aires), Jan 13 1925, sec. 1, p. 4

La Política Británica Bajo el Nuevo Gobierno,” La Nación, Feb 16 1925, sec. 1, p. 4

“Life in the Middle Ages,” The Calendar of Modern Letters 1 (Mar 1925), 72-4  Review of Power, Medieval People, Huizinga, The Waning of the Middle Ages,  Repr. WNC

“Socialism and Education,” The Socialist Review (London) 25 (Mar 1925), 124-34

“The ABC of Relativity,” The New Leader 10, nos. 10-13 (Mar 6, 13, 20, 27 1925), pp. 12, 10, 12, 12

“The Novels We Read,” John O’London’s Weekly (London) 12 (Mar 28 1925), 951

“Two Forecasts,” The Observer (London), Apr 5 1925, 5  Review of Haldane, Callinicus: A Defence of Chemical Warfare, Fournier d' Albe, Quo Vadimus? Some Glimpses of the Future

“El Imperio Britanico y la Liga de las Naciones,” La Nación, May 10 1925, sec. 3, p. 2

“New Economic Policy in Soviet Russia,” Foreign Affairs 6 (Jun 1925), 282-3  Review of Russia, Official Report of the British Trade Union Delegation to Russia in November and December 1924

“The Dogmas of Naturalism,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 37 (Jun 13 1925), 326  Review of Burtt, The Metaphysical Foundations of Modem Physical Science

“The Chinese Amritsar,” The New Leader (London) 11, no. 12 (Jun 19 1925), 9

“Is the Universe Finite?” Psyche 6 (Jul 1925), 46-51  Repr. (revised) The ABC of Relativity

“Count Keyserling Surveys the World,” The Calendar of Modern Letters 1 (Jul 1925), 395-8  Review of Keyserling, The Travel Diary of a Philosopher

“Deliver China from Her Bondage: Peace or Shame for Britain,” The New Leader (London) 12, no. 2 (Jul 10 1925), 3-4

“Fair Play for the Chinese: We Can Only Hurt Ourselves as well as Them by Refusing It,” Daily Herald, Jul 18 1925, 7

“British Policy in China,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 37 (Jul 18 1925), 480-2

“The Structure of the Atom,” New York Herald Tribune, Aug 2 1925, sec. 5, pp. 1-2  Review of Lodge, Atoms and Rays

“China Asserts Herself,” The New Leader (London) 12, no. 9 (Aug 28 1925), 9

“Now Is the Time!” No More War 5, no. 1 (Oct 1925), 5  Review of Ponsonby, Now Is the Time

“Mind and Matter,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 38 (Nov 28 1925), 323  Review of Broad, The Mind and Its Place in Nature

1926

“Perception,” Journal of Philosophical Studies 1 (Jan 1926), 78-86  Abstract of two lectures

Review of C.D. Broad, The Mind and Its Place in Nature, Mind, n.s. 35, no. 137 (Jan 1926), 72-80

“Relativity in Dialogue Form,” The Observer (London), Jan 17 1926, 5  Review of Sullivan, Three Men Discuss Relativity

“Trotsky on our Sins,” The New Leader (London) 13, no. 22 (Feb 26 1926), 3-4  Review of Trotsky, Where Is Britain Going?  Repr., with Trotsky’s reply, in Leon Trotsky on Britain, 1973

“Psychology and Politics,” The Dial 80 (Mar 1926), 179-88  Repr. SE

“Freedom in Society,” Harper’s Magazine 152 (Mar 1926), 438-44  Repr. SE

“What is Happening in China?” The Socialist Review, n.s. no. 2 (Mar 1926), 11-18

“What Shall We Educate For?” Harper’s Magazine 152 (Apr 1926): 586-97  Repr. (with omissions), ch. 11, On Education

“The Foreign Wolf in the Chinese Sheepfold,” Daily Herald, Apr 7 1926, 9  Review of Gilbert, What’s Wrong with China?

“A Vigorous Attempt to Free Education from the Taint of Class,” Daily Herald, Apr 28 1926, 9

“Capitalism – Or What?” The Bankers Magazine (New York) 112 (May 1926), 679-80, 725, 727

“On the Use of a General Strike,” The New Leader (London) 13, no. 33 (May 28 1926), 3-4

“Relativity and Religion,” The Nation and the Athenaeum 39 (May 29 1926), 206-7  Review of Whitehead, Science and the Modern World

“Bertrand Russell Tells How General Strike Affected the British People,” Jewish Daily Forward, May 30 1926, A1

“Leonardo as a Man of Science,” The Dial 80 (Jun 1926), 510-12  Review of Hart, The Mechanical Investigations of Leonardo da Vinci

“Bertrand Russell Tells Why England Is Friendly to Jews,” Jewish Daily Forward, Jun 27 1926, E1

“Is Carlyle’s Fame Enduring?” Daily Herald (London), Jul 7 1926, 9

“The Meaning of Meaning,” The Dial 81 (Aug 1926), 114-21  Review of Ogden and Richards, The Meaning of Meaning

“Bertrand Russell Explains True Meaning of Education,” Jewish Daily Forward, Aug 1 1926, E1

“A Russian Communist Philosopher,” The New Leader (London) 13, no. 45 (Aug 20 1926), 3-5 Review of Bukharin, Historical Materialism: a System of Sociology

“Is Science Superstitious?” The Dial 81 (Sep 1926), 179-86  Review of Burtt, Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Physical Science; Whitehead, Science and the Modern World  Repr. SE

“When Science Rules Us,” The Sunday Chronicle (Manchester), Sep 5 1926, p. 8

“Bertrand Russell Thinks America Will Rule the World in the Future,” Jewish Daily Forward, Sep 12 1926, E1

“The White Peril in China,” The New Leader (London) 13, no. 49 (Sep 17 1926), 9-10

“The Harm That Good Men Do,” Harper’s Magazine 153 (Oct 1926), 529-34  Repr. (revised) SE

Syllabi of Lecture Courses  Courses were Problems of Philosophy and Mind and Matter, Journal of Philosophical Studies 1 (Oct 1926), 540-1

“What I Think of America,” Jewish Daily Forward, Oct 31 1926, E1

“Behaviorism: Its Effect on Ordinary Mortals Should It Become a Craze,” The Century Magazine 113 (Dec 1926), 148-53  Repr. as “Behaviourism and Values,” SE

“Are We Living in a Decadent Age?” Jewish Daily Forward, Dec 5 1926, E1

“The Institution of Marriage Is Here to Stay,” Jewish Daily Forward, Dec 19 1926, E1

“The Future Development of Asia: Some Prophesies,” The Hindu Annual (Madras), 1926

1927

“Substance,” Journal of Philosophical Studies 2 (Jan 1927), 20-7  Repr. ch 23, Analysis of Matter

“Should We Let Scientists Govern?” Jewish Daily Forward, Jan 12 1927, El, E3  Reviews Man’s World

“Rewards and Punishments in Education,” The Teachers World (London), Jan 14 1927, 797, 815

“Bertrand Russell on the Decalogue,” Jewish Daily Forward, Jan 23 1927, E1, E3

“The Case for Withdrawing Our Forces,” New Leader (London), n.s. 14, no. 15 (Feb 4 1927), 10

“Where Is China Going?” Jewish Daily Forward, Feb 13 1927, E1

“Democracy of the Future,” The Oriental Magazine (New York), 1 (Mar 1927), 3-5

“British Folly in China,” The Nation 124 (Mar 2 1927), 227-8

“Why Psychoanalysis Is Popular,” Jewish Daily Forward, Mar 13 1927, E1-2

“To Modern Parents,” The Nation 124 (Mar 16 1927), 302  Advertisement for Beacon Hill School

“From the Stone Age to 1927,” The Sunday Chronicle (Manchester), Mar 20 1927, 3

“Events, Matter, and Mind,” The Referee (London), Mar 27 1927, 9

“Had Newton Never Lived,” The Radio Times (London) 15 (Apr 8 1927), 49-50

“Is Literature a Dead Art?” Jewish Daily Forward, Apr 10 1927, E1

“Bertrand Russell’s Confession of Faith,” Jewish Daily Forward, Apr 24 1927, English sec., pp. 3, 11

“The Danger of Creed Wars,” The Socialist Review, n.s. no. 16 (May 1927), 7-19  Repr. SE

“‘Democracy Is Not Played Out!’ – Bertrand Russell,” Jewish Daily Forward, May 1 1927, E1

“The Babies Nobody Wants: But Is Sterilization the Way to Avoid Them?” The Sunday Chronicle, May 8 1927, 3

“Marx Not Responsible for Russian Communism – Russell,” Jewish Daily Forward, May 22 1927, E1  Review of H. G. Wells, The World of William Clissold

“The New Life That Is America’s,” New York Times, May 22 1927, sec. 4, pp. 1-2  Repr. BRA1

“Are Men and Women Equal?” Jewish Daily Forward, Jun 12 1927, E1

“The Future,”  Political, economic, social and cultural predictions, Jewish Daily Forward, Jun 26, Jul 3, 10, 17 1927, E1, E1, E1-2, E2  Repr. SE

“Bolshevism As a Philosophy of Life,” Daily Herald (London), Jul 11 1927, 4  Review of The Mind and Face of Bolshevism

“The Training of Young Children,” Harper’s Magazine, 155 (Aug 1927), 313-19

“Russell Opposed to Bolshevism,” Jewish Daily Forward, Aug 7 1927, E1, E3

“Things That Have Moulded Me,” The Dial 83 (Sep 1927), 181-6  Repr. “Introduction,” Selected Papers of Bertrand Russell

“British Aristocracy Will Last as Long as the Monarchy,” Jewish Daily Forward, Sep 18 1927, E1

“Bertrand Russell on India as a Permanent Source of Trouble,” Jewish Daily Forward, Sep 25 1927, E1

“A Bold Experiment in Child Education,” The New York Times, Oct 2 1927, sec. 4, pp. 8-9, 22

“Are Old Men Fit to Rule the World?” Jewish Daily Forward, Oct 9 1927, E1, E4

“Bertrand Russell Interviewed,” The Modern Review (Calcutta) 42 (Nov, Dec 1927), 514-21, 637-43  Repr. (abridged) in Roy, Among the Great

“A Real Philosopher,” The City College Alumnus 23 (Nov 1927), 378  Speech in honor of Morris Cohen  Repr. A Tribute to Professor Morris Raphael Cohen

“Russell Tells Why Eugenics Is Not Popular,” Jewish Daily Forward, Nov 13 1927, E1, E4

“Education Without Sex Taboos,” The New Republic 52 (Nov 16 1927), 346-8  Repr. ESM

“Does the World Progress?” Jewish Daily Forward, Dec 4 1927, E1, E3

“British Thinker Champions Ben Lindsey’s Plan,” Jewish Daily Forward, Dec 25 1927, E1, E3  Repr. ESM

“England in China,”  In German, Abendland Monatshefte, 1927, 232-3

1928

“Bertrand Russell Catches the Tortoise,” The Forum 79 (Feb 1928), 262-3  On Ramsey and the logical paradoxes

“The Road to Universal Peace,” Jewish Daily Forward, Feb 26 1928, E1-2

“Is America Giving a Chance to Individuality?” Nation’s Business 16, no. 3 (Mar 1928), 23-4, 121-3

“My Own View of Marriage,” The Outlook (NY), 148 (Mar 7 1928), 376-7  Repr. ESM

“Is Life Worth Living?” Jewish Daily Forward, Mar 25 1928, El

“How Will Science Change Morals?” The Menorah Journal 14 (Apr 1928), 321-9  Repr. ESM

“Optimistic America,” New York Herald Tribune, May 6 1928, sec. 13, pp. 1-2  Repr. BRA1

“Nationalism – Is It a Blessing or a Curse?” Jewish Daily Forward, May 6 1928, E1

“Bertrand Russell on How Behaviorists Would Teach Behavior,” The Sun (NY), May 12 1928, 6  Review of Watson, The Psychological Care of Infant and Child

“Bertrand Russell on the Future of the Jewish Race,” Jewish Daily Forward, May 13 1928, E1  Review of Lewisohn, The Island Within

“Physics and Metaphysics,” The Saturday Review of Literature 4 (May 26 1928), 910-11  Repr. The Columbia University Course in Literature, vol. 15

“Russell on Intelligent Use of Intelligence Tests,” Jewish Daily Forward, May 27 1928, E1-2

“Bertrand Russell on Future of Science,” Jewish Daily Forward, Jun 17 1928, E1

“World’s Greatest Need Is Permanent Peace,” Jewish Daily Forward, Jun 24 1928, E1-2

“The Hon. Bertrand Russell,” The Literary Guide and Rationalist Review, n.s. no. 385 (Jul 1928), 122-3  On rationalist habits of mind  Repr. WNC

“School and the Very Young Child,” The Outlook (NY) 149 (Jul 11 1928), 418-20, 433

“Bernard Shaw’s Last Will and Testament to Humanity,” Jewish Daily Forward, Jul 15 1928, E1-2  Reviews de Man, Psychology of Socialism, Shaw, Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Socialism & Capitalism

“Count Keyserling’s Appraisal of Europe and Himself,” Jewish Daily Forward, Aug 5 1928, E1-2  Review of Keyserling, Europe

“Tolstoy – A Modern Hebrew Prophet,” Jewish Daily Forward, Sep 9 1928, E1

“The Value of Skepticism,” Plain Talk 3 (Oct 1928), 423-30  Repr. SE

“Bertrand Russell Replies,” Plain Talk 3 (Oct 1928), 505-7  Reply to Smith, “Mr. Russell and Sex Education”

“Do the Thing That’s Nearest,” Daily Herald (London), Oct 11 1928, 4  Review of Rusk, The Philosophical Bases of Education

“Romance – And So to the Divorce Court!” The Evening News (London), Oct 20 1928, 8  For the series “Love, As I See It”

“On Catholic and Protestant Sceptics,” Life and Letters 1 (Nov 1928), 468-76  Repr. WNC

“Man’s Sheer Wickedness to Blame for World’s Evils,” Jewish Daily Forward, Nov 18 1928, E1-2  Review of H.G. Wells, The Open Conspiracy

“What Faith Means,” Cassell’s Magazine, n.s. no. 201 (Dec 1928), 34-1

“For Better or Worse – The Choice before Mankind,” Daily Herald, Dec 7 1928, 4  For the series “Dreams of the Future”

“The Americanization of Europe Is Inevitable,” Jewish Daily Forward, Dec 9 1928, English Section, pp. 1, 2

“Science and Education,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Dec 9 1928, supp. pp. 4-5  On the application of science to education  Repr. BW

“Bertrand Russell on Aims of Modern Education,” Jewish Daily Forward, Dec 23 1928, English Section, pp. 1, 2  Watson vs. Freud in Education

1929

“The Grave Mistake of Inculcating Fear,” The Daily Telegraph (London), Jan 4 1929, 8  Repr. RSN no. 33 (Feb 1982), 4-6

“Democracy and Emotion,” The Nation 128 (Jan 23 1929), 108  Review of Denison, Emotion as the Basis of Civilization

“Reform Ethics,” Book League Monthly, 1 (Feb 1929), 212-13  Review of Drake, The New Morality

“Has Man A Soul?” Jewish Daily Forward, Feb 10 1929, English Section, p. 1  Repr. IPI

“Physics and Theology,” The Nation 128 (Feb 20 1929), 232  Review of Eddington, The Nature of the Physical World

“Bertrand Russell Replies,” The Book League Monthly 1 (Mar 1929), 283  Reply to review of SE

“Your Child and the Fear of Death,” The Forum 81 (Mar 1929), 174-8  Repr. IPI

“Why Mr. Wood Is Not a Freethinker,” The Literary Guide and Rationalist Review n.s. no. 393 (Mar 1929), 47-8

“When Bertrand Russell Goes To The Movies,” Jewish Daily Forward, Mar 24 1929, pp. E1-2  Repr. BRA1  Movies as a moral influence

“Are Insects Intelligent?” The Book League Monthly 1, no. 6 (Apr 1929), 5-9  Review of Hingston, Problems of Instinct and Intelligence  Repr. “Introduction,” Hingston, Instinct and Intelligence

“Wasted Idealism,” The Dial 86 (Apr 1929), 329-31  Review of Seldes, The Stammering Century

“Russell on Westernization of Turkey,” Jewish Daily Forward, Apr 7 1929, p. E1

“Disenchantment,” The Nation 128 (Apr 10 1929), 428  Review of Krutch, The Modern Temper

“Confessions,” The Little Review 12, no. 2 (May 1929), 72-3  Repr. Little Review Anthology, 1953

“Is Religion Desirable?” Everyman (London) 1, no. 15 (May 9 1929), 5  Repr. (abridged) WNC

“Does Mankind Need a New God?” Jewish Daily Forward, May 19 1929, pp. E1-2

“Science and Taboo,” The Book League Monthly 2 (Jun 1929), 185-6  Review of Sex in Civilization

“Has Religion Made Useful Contributions to Civilization?” The Debunker (Girard KS) 10, no. 1 (Jun 1929), 3-16  Repr. WNC

“Russell Sees Menace in Lateran Treaties,” Jewish Daily Forward, Jun 2 1929, pp. E1-2

“Socialist Government in England,” Jewish Daily Forward, Jun 9 1929, pp. E1-2

“The Twilight of Science,” The Century Magazine 118 (Jul 1929), 311-15  Repr. (revised) ch. 4, The Scientific Outlook

“What Is Western Civilization?” Scientia 46, no. 7 (Jul 1929), 35-41  Answer: the world’s conquerer  Repr. (with omissions) first half ch. 8 IPI

“Bertrand Russell,” The Lantern (Boston) 2, no. 3 (Aug 1929), 11  Statement for a meeting on Sacco and Vanzetti  Repr. BRA1, p. 110

How I Came by My Creed,” The Realist 1, no.6 (Sep 1929), 14-29  Also as “What I Believe,” The Forum 82 (Sep 1929), 129-34

“The Sedentary Age,”  Illustrated, Nation’s Business 17, no. 10 (Sep 1929), 35-7, 142

“‘MacDonald Government Makes Rapid Strides’ – Russell,” Jewish Daily Forward, Sep 8 1929, E1-2

“What You Should Know About – Marriage and Sex,” T.P.’s Weekly 13, no. 313 (Oct 26 1929), 4  Repr. (revised) Marriage and Morals ch.10

“Anatole France,” Tambour (Paris), no. 5 (Nov 1929), 30-1

“Religion and Morals,” Jewish Daily Forward, Nov 3 1929, E1-2

“Idealism for Children,” The Saturday Review of Literature 6 (Dec 14 1929), 575

1930

“British Philosopher Explains Why So Many Modern Marriages are Thoroughgoing Failures,” Jewish Daily Forward, Jan 19 1930, E1-2

“Bertrand Russell the Famous Philosopher and Writer Advocates Mutual Consent as the Soundest Reason for Dissolving Marriage,” Daily Express (London), Jan 20 1930, 8  Repr. ESM

“Homogeneous America,” The Outlook and Independent 154 (Feb 19 1930), 285-7, 318  Repr. IPI

“Bertrand Russell Tells How He Was Educated as a Child,” Jewish Daily Forward, Mar 9 1930, E1-2

“Politics and Theology,” The Political Quarterly (London) 1 (Apr 1930), 179-85

“My Ten Commandments,” Everyman 3, no. 62 (Apr 3 1930), 291, 296  Repr. RSN no. 20, 5-7

“Why Is Modern Youth Cynical?” Harper’s Magazine 160 (May 1930), 720-4  Repr. IPI

“Are Parents Bad for Children?” The Parents’ Magazine (Chicago) 5, no. 5 (May 1930), 18-19, 69

“Your Child in the School Room,” The Household Magazine (Topeka) 30, no.5 (May 1930), 3, 46 On a child’s mental health and education  Repr. (revised) in The Healthy-Minded Child

“What I Am Teaching My Children about War,” Daily Express, May 1 1930, 10

“Will the British Empire Last?” Jewish Daily Forward, May 11 1930, E1

“Bertrand Russell Despairs of Europe’s Future,” Jewish Daily Forward, Jul 13 1930, E1-2

“Heads or Tails,” The Atlantic Monthly 146 (Aug 1930), 163-70

“Russell on True Function of Modern Education,” Jewish Daily Forward, Aug 24 1930, E1

“Do Men Want Children?” The Parents’ Magazine 5, no. 10 (Oct 1930), 14-15

“Thirty Years from Now,” The Virginia Quarterly Review 6 (Oct 1930), 575-85  Repr. BRA1

“Symposium on War Responsibility,” The World Tomorrow 13 (Oct 1930), 399-400

“Religion and Happiness,” The Spectator 145 (Nov 15 1930), 714-15

“Russell on the Mysteries of the Universe,”Jewish Daily Forward, Dec 28 1930, E1  Review of James Jeans, The Mysterious Universe


* This bibliography is based on A Bibliography of Bertrand Russell by Kenneth Blackwell, Harry Ruja, and Sheila Turcon; The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell, vols. 1-15, 21, 28, 29; Yours Faithfully, Bertrand Russell by Ray Perkins, Jr.; Nicholas Griffin’s bibliography in The Cambridge Companion to Bertrand Russell; other reference works, databases and collections of letters; and copies of the books and articles by Russell.