The Problems of Philosophy has become one of the central texts of modern philosophy. Written by Bertrand Russell, one of the foremost logicians of the twentieth century, it details philosophical questions that he felt would provoke constructive discussion. Russell makes philosophical ideas that seemed obscure accessible to the average person and was the first to write a book concerning the main branches of philosophy, epistemology, and metaphysics.
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Hayes Barton Press
July 27, 2008
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