Bertrand Russell Society Bulletins

  • David Blitz, “President’s Corner”
  • Michael D. Stevenson, “From the Editor’s Desk”
  • Tim Madigan, “Bertrand Russell Society Annual Meeting Report”
  • “List of Papers Presented at the Bertrand Russell Society Annual Meeting, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 20–22 June 2019”
  • John Lenz with Thom Weidlich, “A Review of Douglas Lackey’s Ludwig and Bertie
  • Sheila Turcon, “‘Life or Death of the World’: Letters from England, Scandinavia, and the United States, 1939–1945”
  • Nicholas Griffin, “The Intriguing Oddness of Principia Mathematica: Some Scattered Remarks”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “Russell’s Best Apprentice”
  • Ray Perkins, Jr., “Nuclear ‘Luck’, Russell, and the 2020 US Election”
  • Tim Madigan, “President’s Corner”
  • William Bruneau, “From the Editor’s Desk”
  • William Bruneau, “Editorial Excursions: A Russell School in Brighton”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Plas Penrhyn and Two London Flats”
  • Nicholas Griffin, “Post-Truth Politics, Post-Truth Philosophy”
  • Michael Stevenson, “Monuments to Bertrand Russell and Fenner Brockway in London’s Red Lion Square”
  • Giovanni di Carvalho, “The Aristocrat and the Revolutionary: Bertrand Russell and Paul Lafargue on the Virtues of Idleness”
  • Michael E. Berumen, “On Patriotism: Reflections on Its Scope and Limits and the Priority of Justice”
  • Tim Madigan, “President’s Corner”
  • William Bruneau, “Editorial Asides—a Note about RA4”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “Digging in at the Russell Research Centre”
  • Michael Mears, “This Evil Thing in the United States”
  • Daniele Filosi, “La conquista della felicitàThe Conquest of Happiness, a Dialogue between Bertrand Russell and Cassiopea”
  • Greg Landini, “Quine’s Neo-Grelling Way of Paradox Is an Indexical Liar”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: 41 Queen’s Road, Richmond”
  • John Lenz, “Russell and the Greek Left”
  • Jeff Mahoney, “In the Bosom of Bertrand”
  • McMaster Library, “Celebrating 50 Years: the Bertrand Russell Archives”
  • “Inaugural Bertrand Russell Prize, American Mathematical Society to Christiane Rousseau”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “Digging in a Library Basement”
  • Gregory Landini, “Russell on Everything and Nothing”
  • Andrew Bone, “Bertrand Russell and the Jewish Daily Forward
  • Michael Stevenson, “Bertrand Russell and the 1935 International Congress for Scientific Philosophy”
  • Sheila Turcon, “A Trio of British Homes and a Refuge: 1944–1949”
  • Ray Perkins, Jr., “Russell, Ellsberg, and Doomsday Machines”
  • William Bruneau, “Editor’s Note”
  • Tim Madigan, “President’s Corner”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “The Treasurer Reports”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “Notes from Iowa”
  • Ray Perkins, Jr., “Nukes and Trump: What Would Bertie Do?”
  • Carrie Jenkins, “The Conquest of Bertrand Russell’s Happiness”
  • Gregory Landini, “Nightmares of Eminent Persons Continued: The Barber and Russell”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: In America”
  • Carl Spadoni, “A Lion in the Winter: Volume 30 of the Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell, The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1957–59
  • Kenneth Blackwell, “Russell’s Revised Editions”
  • Tim Madigan, “RIP: Warren Allen Smith (1921–2017): Teacher Extraordinaire”
  • [Mike Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “Russell 100 Years Ago: 1917”, “Not Necessarily Trivial”, “Russell on ‘The Cult of Common Usage’”, “Logicbyte: Russell on Aristotelian Logic”,
  • Tim Madigan, “President’s Corner: Bertrand Russell in Popular Culture”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk: Read for Russell: Aloud”
  • Katarina Perovic, “Analytics: Russell on Negative Facts”
  • Ken Blackwell, “From the Archives: ‘I Prefer Sharp Outlines’: Russell and His Spectacles”
  • Michael Berumen, “This and That: Denouement”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: A Trump Presidency: What Would Russell Say?”
  • Hans Loewig and Nancy Doubleday, “Russell’s Hope: Overcoming Fear, Fostering Resilience, and Educating with Reverence”
  • Thomas Riggins, “Bertrand Russell’s Impressions of Soviet Russia”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Amberley House”
  • [Mike Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “Ken Blackwell: Honorary Member”, “Logicbyte: Tautologies”, “BRS Origins”, “Inquiry and Gift from a Grateful Daughter”
  • Tim Madigan, “The President’s Corner”
  • Landon D. C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk: The Cost of Publishing Principia Mathematica
  • Giovanni D. de Carvalho, “Meet the BRS”
  • Ray Perkins, Jr., “Russell and Society: Is Bertrand Russell Still Relevant?”
  • [Mike Berumen?], “Non-academic Careers for Philosophers: Interview with Jolen Galaugher”
  • Anssi Korhonen, “Russell, Propositional Unity, and the Correspondence Intuition”
  • Gülberk Koç Maclean, “On Teaching Philosophy ‘Objectively’”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Houses: Telegraph House”
  • [Michael E. Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “The BRS in Russia”, “Russell: 50 Years Ago”, “Logicbyte: Russell and Incompleteness”
  • Tim Madigan, “Russelliana”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: The Pope and Nukes”
  • Landon D. C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk”
  • Mandeep Kaur, “Meet the BRS”
  • Michael E. Berumen, “This and That: A Movie Review: Platoon
  • Katarina Perovic”, “Analytics: Temporary Intrinsics”
  • Gregory Landini, “Substitution’s ‘Insolubilia’ Solved”
  • William “Bill” Bruneau, “What Did Russell Think of Eton and Why?”
  • Nancy Doubleday, “Russell’s Social Theory: Hope from Creativity”
  • [Michael Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “Logicbyte: PM Vol. I *14.01”
  • Tim Madigan, “President’s Corner”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: Hiroshima, Russell and the Cold War Resurrected”
  • Peter Stone, “Members’ Corner: A.C. Grayling Receives 2015 BRS Award”
  • Donovan Wishon, “Meet the BRS”
  • Katarina Perovic, “Analytics: Russell’s Puzzling Map of the Understanding Complex”
  • Landon Elkind, “From the Student Desk: A Partial Defence of Euclid”
  • Michael Berumen, “This and That: Legacy: Russell vs. Wittgenstein”
  • Ken Blackwell, “Bertrand Russell’s Illnesses and Injuries”
  • Sylvia Nickerson, “Interview with Nicholas Griffin: Bertrand Russell on Science and Religion”
  • John R. Lenz, “How Bertrand Russell Became a Public Intellectual during World War I (by Contrast with John Dewey)”
  • Chad Trainer, “Bereft of God and Anglican Complacency: A Comparison of Russell’s Empiricism with That of Berkeley”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Carn Voel”
  • [Michael Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “News to Use: Chapter and Verse”, “100 Years Ago: Russell’s Lonely War”, “Progress and Advances in Morality”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: A Cultural Influence”
  • Chad Trainer, “Meet the BRS: Russell’s Lobbyist”
  • Milan Soutor, “From the Student Desk: The Unity of a Misconception”
  • Katarina Perovic, “Analytics: Russell’s Objection to Bare Particulars”
  • Ken Blackwell, “From the Archives: Enjoying the New BRACERS”
  • Michael Berumen, “This and That: Russell and Islam”
  • Gregory Landini, “Modus Ponens Denied: Whitehead’s 1911 Meltdown in Principia’s Volume 2”
  • Tim Madigan, “Bertrand Russell—The Irish Connection”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: From China to Chelsea”
  • [Michael Berumen], “75 Years Ago: Bertrand Russell in 1940”, “(de)Notations”, “Amartya Sen: BRS Honorary Member”
  • Tim Madigan, “Russelliana: Soundbites”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: Russell, the RMI, and International Law”
  • Landon D. C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk: The Myth of Russell’s ‘Common-Sense’ Argument against Monism”
  • Jolen Galaugher and Katarina Perovic, “Analytics: Russell versus Bradley on the Unity of Complexes: A Discussion”
  • Andrew Bone, “Meet the BRS: For the Love of Bertie”
  • Ken Blackwell, “From the Archives: Russell’s Irish Revolutionary Connection”
  • Nancy Doubleday, “Engaged Peer-to-Peer Learning: A Pilot Archival Research Project”
  • Charles Pigden, “Emotivism, Error, and the Metaethics of Bolshevism”
  • Kevin C. Klement, “The Russell–Dummett Correspondence on Frege and His Nachlaß
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Russell Chambers, Other London Flats, and Country Homes, 1911–1923”
  • Michael E. Berumen, “Bertrand Russell: A Man in Full in Brief”
  • [Michael Berumen], “100 Years Ago”, “(de)Notations”
  • Tim Madigan, “Russelliana”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: Russell, Society and the Media: A Man Ahead of His Time”
  • Landon D. C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk: Russell on Infinity”
  • Jolen Galaugher and Katarina Perovic, “Analytics: Russell’s Philosophy of Logical Analysis
  • Bette Chambers, “Meet the BRS: Russell: A Russellian Family”
  • Ken Blackwell, “From the Archives: Russell in 1948 Compared with 1958”
  • Bernard Linsky, “Leonard Linsky on Russell against Meinong”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Bagley Wood”
  • Tanweer Akram, “Bertrand Russell and the Challenges of Contemporary China”
  • William Bruneau, “Book Review: A Reliable Friend; Marjorie Senechal’s I Died for Beauty: Dorothy Wrinch and the Cultures of Science
  • Chad Trainer, “Book Review: The Importance of Sufficient Evidence; Tim Madigan’s W.K. Clifford and “The Ethics of Belief”
  • [Michael Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “100 Years Ago”, “Got Forum?”
  • Tim Madigan, “Russelliana”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: Nuclear Disarmament in the 21st Century: Russell’s Legacy”
  • Landon D. C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk: Read Your Russell!”
  • Ken Blackwell, “From the Archives, “Books, Books, Books”
  • Billy Joe Lucas, “Meet the BRS”
  • Mike Berumen, “This and That: ‘Barbs and Bouquets’”
  • Jolen Galaugher, “Russell’s Non-Hobbesian Principles of Social Reconstruction
  • Gregory Landini, “Russell’s Geniuses”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Three Nomadic Years”
  • Chad Trainer, “Book Review: Religion in Its Death Throes: A.C. Grayling’s Against All Gods: Six Polemics on Religion and an Essay on Kindness
  • Peter Stone, “Book Review: A Delicious (and Definite) Description of Russell: Terry Eagleton’s Saints and Scholars
  • Tim Madigan, “Russelliana”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Millhanger”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Follow-up to Pembroke Lodge”
  • Kenneth Blackwell, “Anti-Nazi Politics in Russell’s Hearst Columns”
  • Stefan Andersson, “An Epic Search for the Truth about the Foundations of Mathematics”
  • Michael Berumen, “Bertrand Russell Society 2012 Annual Board of Directors Meeting Minutes”
  • Michael Berumen, “The Bertrand Russell Society, Inc. 2012 Quarterly and Annual Financial Report”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Pembroke Lodge”
  • Tim Madigan, “Albert C. Barnes: The Cantankerous Freethinker”
  • BRS Bulletin – Policy on Manuscripts
  • Jane Duran, “Russell on History and Intrinsic Value”
  • Leo Hetzler, “G.K. Chesterton and Bertrand Russell”
  • David Blitz, “Introducing the Bertrand Russell Society Bulletin
  • David Blitz, “The Many Worlds of Bertrand Russell”
  • Tim Madigan, “Mr. Russell’s Chicken: A New Symbol for Philosophy”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Ravenscroft”
  • Ivor Grattan-Guinness, “A Timeline for Russell and Whitehead as Logicians”
  • Kenneth Blackwell, “2009 Annual Treasurer’s Report: Jan. 1–Dec. 31” “2010 Annual Treasurer’s Report: Jan. 1–Dec. 31”, “2011 First Quarter Treasurer’s Report: Jan 1–March 31”, “2011 Second Quarter Treasurer’s Report: April 1–June 30”
  • John Ongley, “2010 Annual Board of Directors Meeting Minutes (A), (B)”,  “2010 Annual Members Meeting Minutes”, “2011 Annual Board of Directors Meeting Minutes”, “2011 Annual Members Meeting Minutes”
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