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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 4  BOOKS, COLLECTIONS, and PAMPHLETS (complete)

Abbreviations: Autobiography of Bertrand Russell (ABR), Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell (CPBR), Fact and Fiction (FF), Mysticism and Logic (ML), Russell Society News (RSN), Political Ideals (PI), Portraits from Memory (PfM), Sceptical Essays (SE), Understanding History (UH), Unpopular Essays (UE), War Crimes in Vietnam (WCV), Why I Am Not a Christian (WNC)

I. BOOKS AND COLLECTIONS

1896  German Social Democracy  London: Longmans, Green

1897  An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

1900  A Critical Exposition of the Philosophy of Leibniz  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

1903  The Principles of Mathematics  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press  Repr. 1931 with a new introduction by Russell

1910  Philosophical Essays  London: Longmans, Green. Revised ed., London: George Allen & Unwin, 1966

1910-3  Principia Mathematica, with Alfred North Whitehead. 3 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press  Revised ed., 1925-7

1912  The Problems of Philosophy  London: Williams and Norgate

1914  Our Knowledge of the External World as a Field for Scientific Method in Philosophy. Chicago: Open Court  Revised ed., London: George Allen & Unwin, 1926

1915  Justice in War-Time. London: National Labour Press  Revised ed., Open Court, 1916

1916  Principles of Social Reconstruction  London: George Allen & Unwin

1917  Political Ideals  New York: The Century Company

1918  Mysticism and Logic and Other Essays  London: Longmans, Green

1918  Roads to Freedom: Socialism, Anarchism and Syndicalism  London: George Allen & Unwin

1919  Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy  London: George Allen & Unwin

1920  The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism  London: George Allen & Unwin

1921  The Analysis of Mind  London: George Allen & Unwin

1922  The Problem of China  London: George Allen & Unwin

1923  The ABC of Atoms  London: Kegan Paul

1923  The Prospects of Industrial Civilization, with Dora Russell  London: George Allen & Unwin

1923  A Free Man's Worship  Portland, Maine: Thomas Bird Mosher  Text from ML

1924  Icarus, or the Future of Science  London: Kegan Paul

1925  The ABC of Relativity  London: Kegan Paul

1925  What I Believe. London: Kegan Paul  Repr. WNC 1957

1926  On Education, Especially in Early Childhood  London: George Allen & Unwin

1927  The Analysis of Matter  London: Kegan Paul

1927  Selected Papers of Bertrand Russell  New York: Modern Library

1927  An Outline of Philosophy  London: George Allen & Unwin

1928  Sceptical Essays  London: George Allen & Unwin

1929  Marriage and Morals  London: George Allen & Unwin

1930  The Conquest of Happiness  London: George Allen & Unwin

1931  The Scientific Outlook  London: George Allen & Unwin

1932  Education and the Social Order  London: George Allen & Unwin

1934  Freedom and Organization: 1814-1914  London: George Allen & Unwin

1935  In Praise of Idleness and Other Essays  London: George Allen & Unwin

1935  Religion and Science  London: Thornton Butterworth

1936  Which Way to Peace? London: Michael Joseph

1937  The Amberley Papers, ed. Bertrand and Patricia Russell  2 vols. London: The Hogarth Press

1938  Power: A New Social Analysis  London: George Allen & Unwin

1940  An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth  New York: W.W. Norton.

1941  Let the People Think  London: Watts

1945  A History of Western Philosophy  New York: Simon and Schuster

1948  Human Knowledge: Its Scope and Limits  London: George Allen & Unwin

1949  Authority and the Individual  London: George Allen & Unwin

1950  Unpopular Essays  London: George Allen & Unwin

1951  The Impact of Science on Society  New York: Columbia University Press

1951  New Hopes for a Changing World  London: George Allen & Unwin

1953  Satan in the Suburbs and Other Stories  London: Bodley Head

1954  Human Society in Ethics and Politics  London: George Allen & Unwin

1954  Nightmares of Eminent Persons, and Other Stories  London: Bodley Head

1956  Logic and Knowledge: Essays 1901-1950, ed. Robert Charles Marsh  George Allen & Unwin

1956  Portraits from Memory and Other Essays  London: George Allen & Unwin

1957  Understanding History and Other Essays  New York: Philosophical Library

1957  Why I Am Not a Christian, and Other Essays, ed. Paul Edwards  George Allen & Unwin

1959  Common Sense and Nuclear Warfare  London: George Allen & Unwin

1959  My Philosophical Development  London: George Allen & Unwin

1959  Wisdom of the West  London: Macdonald

1960  Bertrand Russell Speaks His Mind  New York: World Publishing

1961  The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell  London: George Allen & Unwin

1961  Fact and Fiction  London: George Allen & Unwin

1961  Has Man a Future? London: George Allen & Unwin

1962  Principia Mathematica to *56, with A.N. Whitehead  Cambridge University Press

1963  Essays in Skepticism  New York: Philosophical Library

1963  Unarmed Victory  London: George Allen & Unwin

1965  On the Philosophy of Science  Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill

1967  War Crimes in Vietnam  London: George Allen & Unwin

1967-9  The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell  3 vols. London: George Allen & Unwin

1968  The Art of Philosophizing  Philosophical Lib. Repr. of How to Become a Philosopher, 1942

1969  Dear Bertrand Russell: A Selection of His Correspondence with the General Public 1950-1968, ed. Barry Feinberg and George Kasrils  London: George Allen & Unwin

1972  The Collected Stories of Bertrand Russell, ed. Barry Feinberg  George Allen & Unwin

1972  Russell’s Logical Atomism, edited and with an introduction by David Pears  Fontana

1973  Essays in Analysis, edited by Douglas Lackey  London: George Allen & Unwin

1973-83  Bertrand Russell’s America, ed. Barry Feinberg and Ronald Kasrils. 2 vols. London: George Allen & Unwin

1975-98  Mortals and Others: American Essays, 1931-1935, ed. Harry Ruja. 2 vols. London: George Allen & Unwin

1986  Bertrand Russell on God and Religion, ed. Al Seckel  Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus

1987  Bertrand Russell on Ethics, Sex and Marriage, ed. Al Seckel  Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus

1992  The Selected Letters of Bertrand Russell. Vol. 1, The Private Years (1884-1914), ed. Nicholas Griffin  Boston: Houghton Mifflin

1999  Russell on Ethics, ed. Charles Pigden  London: Routledge

1999  Russell on Religion, ed. Louis Greenspan and Stefan Andersson  London: Routledge

2001  The Selected Letters of Bertrand Russell. Vol. 2, The Public Years (1914-1970), ed. Nicholas Griffin  London: Routledge

2002  Your Faithfully: Bertrand Russell: Letters to the Editor, 1904-1969, ed. Ray Perkins, Jr. Chicago: Open Court

Wittgenstein, Ludwig

1995  Ludwig Wittgenstein: Cambridge Letters, Correspondence with Russell, Keynes, Moore, Ramsey and Sraffa  Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1995

II. THE COLLECTED PAPERS OF BERTRAND RUSSELL

Volume 1  Cambridge Essays, 1888-99, ed. Kenneth Blackwell, Andrew Brink, Nicholas Griffin, Richard A. Rempel and John G. Slater  London: George Allen & Unwin, 1983

Volume 2  Philosophical Papers, 1896-99, ed. Nicholas Griffin and Albert C. Lewis  London: Unwin Hyman, 1990

Volume 3  Towards the “Principles of Mathematics”, 1900-02, ed. Gregory H. Moore  London: Routledge, 1994

Volume 4  Foundations of Logic, 1903-05, ed. Alasdair Urquhart  London: Routledge, 1994

Volume 5  Toward Principia Mathematica, ed. Gregory Moore  London: Routledge, 2014

Volume 6  Logical and Philosophical Papers, 1909-13, ed. John G. Slater  London: Routledge, 1992

Volume 7  Theory of Knowledge: The 1913 Manuscript, ed. Elizabeth Ramsden Eames  London: George Allen & Unwin, 1984

Volume 8  The Philosophy of Logical Atomism and Other Essays, 1914-1919, ed. John G. Slater  London: George Allen & Unwin, 1986

Volume 9  Essays on Language, Mind, and Matter, 1919-26, ed. John G. Slater  London: Unwin Hyman, 1988

Volume 10  A Fresh Look at Empiricism, 1927-1942, ed. John G. Slater  London: Routledge, 1996

Volume 11  Last Philosophical Testament, 1943-1968, ed. John G. Slater  London: Routledge, 1997

Volume 12  Contemplation and Action, 1902-14, ed. Richard A. Rempel, Andrew Brink and Margaret Moran  London: George Allen & Unwin, 1985

Volume 13  Prophecy and Dissent, 1914-1916, ed. Richard A. Rempel  London: Unwin Hyman, 1988

Volume 14  Pacifism and Revolution, 1916-1918, ed. Richard A. Rempel, Louis Greenspan, Beryl Haslam, Albert C. Lewis, Mark Lippincott  London: Routledge, 1995

Volume 15  Uncertain Paths to Freedom: Russia and China, 1919-22, ed. Richard A. Rempel and Beryl Haslam  London: Routledge, 2000

Volume 21  How to Keep the Peace: The Pacifist Dilemma, 1935-38, ed. Andrew Bone and Michael Stevenson  London: Routledge, 2008

Volume 28  Man’s Peril, 1954-55, ed. Andrew Bone  London: Routledge, 2003

Volume 29  Détente of Destruction, 1955-57, ed. Andrew Bone  London: Routledge, 2005

III. PAMPHLETS - SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND SCIENTIFIC

1907  To the Electors of the Wimbledon Division of Surrey  London: George Falkner & Sons  (election campaign leaflet)  Repr. CPBR 12

1910  Anti-Suffragist Anxieties  London: People’s Suffrage Federation  Repr. CPBR 12

1912  The Philosophy of Bergson  Chicago: Open Court  Revised ed., Bowes and Bowes, 1914

1914  Scientific Method in Philosophy  Oxford: Clarendon Press  Repr. ML

1914  War–The Offspring of Fear  London: Union of Democratic Control  Repr. CPBR 13

1915  The Philosophy of Pacifism  London: League of Peace and Freedom  Repr. CPBR 13

1915  The Policy of the Entente, 1904-14  Manchester: National Labour Press  Repr. CPBR 13

1916  Political Ideals  National Council for Civil Liberties  Repr. PI ch.1

1916  An Open Letter to the President  American Neutral Conference Committee  Repr. BRA 1

1916  Two Years’ Hard Labour for Refusing to Disobey the Dictates of Conscience [The Everett Leaflet]  No-Conscription Fellowship  Repr. CPBR 13

1916  Why Not Peace Negotiations?  No-Conscription Fellowship  Repr. CPBR 13

1916  What Are We Fighting For?  No-Conscription Fellowship  Repr. CPBR 13

1916  Bertrand Russell and the War Office  National Council for Civil Liberties  Repr. CPBR 13

1916  Rex v. Bertrand Russell  No-Conscription Fellowship  Repr. CPBR 13

1919  Democracy and Direct Action  Independent Labour Party  Repr. CPBR 15

1922  Free Thought and Official Propaganda  London: Watts  Repr. SE, CPBR 15

1922  To the Electors of Chelsea  London: H.W. Talbot  Repr. ABR 2, CPBR 15

1922  Why Thinking People Vote Labour  London: Watts  Repr. CPBR 15

1924  How to Be Free and Happy  New York: Rand School of Social Science  Repr. RSN, no. 58, 2-4

1927  Beacon Hill School  (leaflet)  Repr. My School and the Years of War, Dora Russell, 9-12

1927  Why I am Not a Christian  London: Watts  Repr. WNC 1957

1929  Has Religion Made Useful Contributions to Civilization?  Haldeman-Julius  Repr. WNC

1932  India: Know the Facts  London: India League  No known copies exist

1935  The Gas Bill Farce  Repr. of “Your Duty in the Next War,” The Sunday Referee, Jul 21 1935, 12

1936  Determinism and Physics  Proc. of the Univ. of Durham Philos. Soc.  Repr. CPBR 10

1937  Education for Democracy  London: Association for Education in Citizenship

1942  How to Become a Philosopher  Haldeman-Julius  Repr. The Art of Philosophizing

1943  An Outline of Intellectual Rubbish  Haldeman-Julius Publications  Repr. UE

1943  How to Read and Understand History  Haldeman-Julius Publications  Repr. UH

1944  The Value of Free Thought  Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications  Repr. UH

1946  Physics and Experience  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press  Repr. HK pt.3 ch.4

1947  Philosophy and Politics  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press  Repr. UE

1947  The Faith of a Rationalist  London: C.A. Watts & Co.  Repr. CPBR 11

1948  Towards World Government  London: The New Commonwealth

1952  How Near Is War?  London: Derricke Ridgway

1952  What is Freedom?  London: Batchworth Press  Repr. FF

1953  The Good Citizen’s Alphabet  London: Gaberbocchus Press  Repr. Collected Stories

1953  What is Democracy?  London: Batchworth Press  Repr. FF

1954  History as an Art  Kent, U.K.: The Hand and Flower Press  Repr. PfM

1955  John Stuart Mill  London: Oxford University Press  Repr. PfM

1955  Man’s Peril from the Hydrogen Bomb  Friend’s Peace Committee  Repr. “Man’s Peril,” PfM

1955  Statement by Nine Top Scientists for Outlawing War  The “Russell-Einstein Manifesto”
War Resister’s League  Repr. Has Man a Future?

1958  If Man Is to Survive  London: Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

1960  Act or Perish  London: The Committee of 100  Repr. ABR 3

1960  The Case for Neutralism  London: Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament  Repr. FF

1961  Win We Must: Collective Action Against Collective Suicide! 2nd Midlands Peace Conference

1961  On Civil Disobedience  London: Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament  Repr. ABR 3

1961  Bertrand Russell Calls for Vast Movement of Protest  Committee of 100  Repr. RSN, no.78, 15

1961  A Letter from Bertrand Russell  Message from prison  Committee of 100  Repr. ABR 3

1962  Bertrand Russell’s May Day Appeal to All Workers  Repr. Daily Worker (London), May 2 1962

1962  History of the World in Epitome  Gaberbocchus Press  Repr. A Good Citizen’s Alphabet

1962  Message from Lord Russell to the Delegates of the Conservative Conference  Welsh CND

1962  You Are To Die  Printed at Cuban Embassy, distributed by Committee of 100  Repr. UV

1963  Bertrand Russell on the War in Vietnam  New York Student Peace Union  Repr. WCV

1963  Statement on Launching the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation and Atlantic Peace Foundation  Repr. The Times, Sep 30 1963

1964  A New Approach to Peace  London: Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation  Repr. ABR 3

1964  16 Questions on the Assassination  Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation  Repr. ABR 3

1964  Bertrand Russell on Iran  UK: Iranian National Front  Repr. Minority of One, 6, no. 7

1965  Bertrand Russell on India-Pakistan Conflict  Karachi, Pakistan: Government of Pakistan

1965  Danger in South-East Asia  London: Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation  Repr. WCV

1965  The Labour Party’s Foreign Policy [1]  Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation  Repr. ABR 3

1965  The Labour Party’s Foreign Policy [2]  Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation  Repr. WCV

1965  Should India Make an Atomic Bomb?  Delhi, India: All India Peace Council

1965  The Threat to World Peace is American Imperialism  Coburg, Australia: Challenge Press

1966  Message from Bertrand Russell  Vietnam Solidarity  Repr. Vietnam Solidarity Bulletin 1, no.3

1966  Appeal to the American Conscience  Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation  Repr. WCV

1967  Opening Statement to the First War Crimes Tribunal Session in Stockholm  Repr. ACS

1968  Mr. Wilson Speaks ‘Frankly and Fearlessly’ on Vietnam to Bertrand Russell  BRPF

1968  “Support Czechoslovakia” Action  Repr. London Bulletin 8 (Feb-Mar 1969), 39-42

1970  Message from Bertrand Russell to the International Conference of Parliamentarians in Cairo

1970  The Russell Memorandum  Clarifies his relation with Schoenman  Repr. RSN 46 (May 1985)

* The list of books and pamphlets on this page is reproduced from the bibliography of the Historical Dictionary of Bertrand Russell's Philosophy, (c) 2009 Rosalind Carey and John Ongley, which itself is based on Nicholas Griffin’s bibliography in The Cambridge Companion to Bertrand Russell; A Bibliography of Bertrand Russell by Blackwell, Ruja, and Turcon; The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell, vols. 1-15, 21, 28, 29; and copies of Russell’s own books and pamphlets.