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International Library of Psychology
Philosophy and Scientific Method

Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

Philosophy and Scientific Method

General Editor: C. K. Ogden, M.a.

(Magdalene College, Cambridge)

Volumes arranged:

PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES

by G. E. Moore, Litt.D. THE MISUSE OF MIND

by Karin Stephen

Prefatory Note by Henri Bergson
CONFLICT AND DREAM

by W. H. R. Rivers, F.R.S.
THE ANALYSIS OF MATTER

by Bertrand Russell, F.R.S. TRACTATUS LOGICO-PHILOSOPHICUS

by L. Wittgenstein

Introduction by Bertrand Russell
MATHEMATICS FOR PHILOSOPHERS

by G. H. Hardy, F.R.S.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE UNCONSCIOUS

by E. Von Hartmann
THE ELEMENTS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

by William Brown, M.D., D.Sc.
THE MEASUREMENT OF EMOTION

by W. Whately Smith

Introduction by William Brown
PSYCHOLOGICAL TYPES

by C. G. Jung, M.D., LL.D.
THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSICAL iESTHETICS

by W. Pole, F.R.S.

Edited by Edward J. Dent
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC

by Edward J. Dent
THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHINESE THOUGHT

by Liang Che-chiao
THE MEANING OF MEANING

by C. K. Ogden and I. A. Richards

SOME CONCEPTS OF SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT F by C. D. Broad, LituD.

THE PHILOSOPHY OF 'AS IF'

by H. VaIHINGER
THE LAWS OF FEELING

by F. Paulhan
THE HISTORY OF MATERIALISM

by F. A. Lange
COLOU R-H ARMON Y

by James Wood
THE STATISTICAL METHOD IN ECONOMICS AND
POLITICS

by P. Sargant Florence
THE PRINCIPLES OF CRITICISM

by I. A. Richards
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF REASONING

by EUGENIO RlGNaNO

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NOTE

In rendering Mr Wittgensteins Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus available for English readers, the somewhat unusual course has been adopted of printing the original side by side with the translation. Such a method of presentation seemed desirable both on account of the obvious difficulties raised by the vocabulary and in view of the peculiar literary character of the whole. As a result, a certain latitude has been possible in passages to which objection might otherwise be taken as over-literal.

The proofs of the translation and the version of the original which appeared in the final number of Ostwald's Annalen der Naturphilosophie (1921) have been very carefully revised by the author himself ] and the Editor further desires to express his indebtedness to Mr F. P. Ramsey, of Trinity College, Cambridge, for assistance both with the translation and in the preparation of the book for the press.

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