'Philosophy, from the earliest times, has made greater claims, and acheived fewer results than any other branch of learning ... I believe that the time has now arrived when this unsatisfactory state of affairs can be brought to an end' - Bertrand Russell
So begins Our Knowledge of the Eternal World, Bertrand Russell's classic attempt to show by means of examples, the nature, capacity and limitations of the logico-analytical method in philosophy.
Table of Contents
lecture1 Current Tendencies; lecture2 Logic as the Essence of Philosophy; lecture3 On our Knowledge of the External World; lecture4 The World of Physics and the World of Sense; lecture5 The Theory of Continuity; lecture6 The Problem of Infinity Considered Historically; lecture7 The Positive Theory of Infinity; lecture8 On the Notion of Cause, With Applications to the Free-Will Problem;
Bertrand Russell, John G. Slater