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The Problems of Philosophy by Bertrand Russell

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The Problems of Philosophy
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Publisher: Project Gutenberg
ISBN/ASIN: 1936041812

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In the following pages I have confined myself in the main to those problems of philosophy in regard to which I thought it possible to say something positive and constructive, since merely negative criticism seemed out of place. For this reason, theory of knowledge occupies a larger space than metaphysics in the present volume, and some topics much discussed by philosophers are treated very briefly, if at all.

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