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Bibliography of Analytic Philosophy and its Historiography

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This article presents a bibliography of all works referred to in the first three chapters of this Handbook and the key works referred to in the other chapters, plus other works on analytic philosophy and its historiography starting from the second decade of the twenty-first century. The bibliography includes Robert Ackermann’s The Philosophy of Karl Popper; David Bell’s Frege’s Theory of Judgement; Joseph Brent’s Charles Sanders Peirce: A Life (2nd ed); Gary Gutting’s ‘Michel Foucault’, The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy; George Boolos’s Logic, Logic, and Logic; and Ni y, Nicola Lacey’s A Life of H. L. A. Hart: The Nightmare and the Noble Dream.

Keywords: bibliography, analytic philosophy, historiography, Karl Popper, Michel Foucault, logic, H. L. A. Hart, theory of judgement, Charles Sanders Peirce

This bibliography includes all works referred to in the first three chapters of this Handbook and the key works referred to in the other chapters. A selection of other works has also been made to round out the picture of analytic philosophy and its historiography that this Handbook provides, at the start of the second decade of the twenty-first century. In what follows, the entries starred (*) indicate that the author is one of the 150 philosophers and other thinkers listed in the table that precedes the chronology in Chapter 3.

Of the four main founders of analytic philosophy, bibliographies of their writings can be found in Thiel and Beaney 2005 (on Frege); Schilpp 1944, Blackwell, and Ruja 1994 (on Russell); Schilpp 1942 (on Moore); and Wittgenstein 2000 (the Bergen electronic edition, on Wittgenstein). Bibliographies of secondary literature on Frege can be found in Bynum and Bynum 1972, Beaney and Reck 2005, vol. 1; on Russell in Irvine 1999, vol. 1; on Moore in Baldwin 2004; and on Wittgenstein in Shanker and Shanker 1986, Frongia and McGuinness 1990. Of the other figures in the history of analytic philosophy (and twentieth-century philosophy, more generally), where they have a volume in ‘The Library of Living Philosophers’ series devoted to their work, full bibliographies of their writings are included. Bibliographies can also be found in the relevant encyclopaedia entries and companions cited in the table that precedes the chronology in Chapter 3.

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