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Bradley, Francis Herbert; Eddington, Arthur Stanley; Jeans, James Hopwood; Logic, History Of: Modern Logic; Moore, George Edward; Russell, Bertrand Arthur William; Whitehead, Alfred North; Women in the History of Philosophy.

Bibliography

Books by Susan Stebbing are A Modern Introduction to Logic (London: Methuen, 1931; 2nd ed., revised, London, 1933); Philosophy and the Physicists (London: Methuen, 1937); Thinking to Some Purpose (Harmondsworth, U.K.: Penguin, 1939); and Ideals and Illusions (London: Watts, 1941).

The Aristotelian Society collected the material for Philosophical Studies: Essays in Memory of L. Susan Stebbing (London: Allen and Unwin, 1948), a volume of essays that contains an appreciation by John Wisdom and a full bibliography of Stebbing's writings.

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