Propositions and Facts in the Early Philosophy of Bertrand Russell by Russell Wahl
Approx. 68,300 words.
Published on August 30, 2013 by
Society for Philosophy & Culture.
This book discusses Russell’s difficulties with the notions of proposition, propositional function, and (somewhat later) fact, particularly the role of propositions in Russell’s philosophy and in Russell’s reasons for thinking propositions unnecessary, and, in fact, an unwelcome addition to ontology.