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 Title Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy
 Author(s) Bertrand Russell
 Publisher: George Allen and Unwin, UK (1919); Martino Fine Books (2017 Reprint); eBook (Public Domain)
 License(s): Public Domain Certification, CC BYSA 3.0 US
 Hardcover/Paperback 220 pages
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 Language: English
 ISBN10/ASIN: 1684221447
 ISBN13: 9781684221448
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Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy has been a seminal work for more than nine decades. It gives the general background necessary for any serious discussion on the foundational crisis of mathematics in the beginning of the twentieth century.
Requiring neither prior knowledge of mathematics nor aptitude for mathematical symbolism, the book serves as essential reading for anyone interested in the intersection of mathematics and logic and in the development of analytic philosophy in the twentieth century. Russell offers to his readers a penetrating discussion on certain issues of mathematical logic that embodies the dawn of modern analytic philosophy.
About the Authors Bertrand Russell was a British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, writer, social critic, political activist, and Nobel laureate.
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