Alfred North Whitehead:
A Partial Bibliography
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 "Davy Jones." Cambridge Review 7
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 "On the Motion of Vicscous Incompressible Fluids.: A Method
of Approximation." Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied
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 "Second Approximations to Viscous Fluid Motion.: A Sphere
Moving Steadily in a Straight Line." Quarterly Journal of
Pure and Applied Mathematics, 23 (1888): 143152.
 A Treatise on Universal Algebra Vol. I,
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (1898).
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 The Axioms of Projective Geometry,
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 "On Mathematical Concepts of the Material World." Philosophical
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465525.

The Axioms of Descriptive
Geometry, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1907).

Principia Mathematica Vol
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Bertrand Russell]

"NonEuclidean Geometry." Division VI
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"Axioms of Geometry." Division VII of
"Geometry," Encyclopedia Britannica, ed II, v.
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An Introduction to Mathematics.
New York: Henry Holt and Company (1911).

"Mathematics." Encyclopedia
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University Press (1911).

Principia Mathematica Vol
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[with Bertrand Russell]

Principia Mathematica Vol
III. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (1912)
[with Bertrand Russell]

"The Place of Mathematics in a Liberal
Education." Journal of the Association of Teachers of
Mathematics for the Southeastern Part of England, v 1 (1912).

"The Principles of Mathematics in
Relation to Elementary Teaching." Proceedings of the Fifth
International Congress of Mathematicians (Cambridge, England
August 2228, 1912), vol 2., pp. 449454. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press (1913).

"Presidential Address to the London
Branch of the Mathematical Association." Mathematical Gazette,
7 (1913): 8794.

"Report of the Council of the Royal
Society of London." Yearbook of the Royal Society,
1914: 177187.

"Report of the Council of the Royal
Society of London." Yearbook of the Royal Society,
1915: 176185.

"Space, Time and Relativity." Proceedings
of the Aristotelian Society, n.s. 16, 191516: 104129.

"The Aims of Education: A Plea for
Reform." Mathematical Gazette, 8 (1916): 191203.

"La Théorie Relationniste
de l'Espace." Revue de Métaphysique et de la
Morale, 23 (1916): 423454.

"The Organization of Thought."
Report of the 86th Meeting of the British Association for the
Advancement of Science (1916): 355365.

The Organization of Thought,
Educational and Scientific. London, Williams and Norgate
(1917).

"Technical Education and Its Relation
to Science and Literature." Technical Journal 10
(1917): 5974.

"Letter to the Editor." Mathematical
Gazette 9 (1917): 14

"Graphical Solution for HighAngle
Fire." Proceedings of the Royal Society, series A,
94 (1918): 301307.

An Enquiry Concerning the
Principles of Natural Knowledge. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press (1919).

"Address on Founder's Day [Stanely
Technical Trade School, South Norwood, London.]." South Norwood, SE:
Coventry and Son (1919).

"Symposium:—Time, Space, and
Material: Are they, and if so in what sense, the ultimate data of
science?" Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Vol. 2 Problems
of Science and Philosophy. (1919): 44108. [with Oliver
Lodge, J.W. Nicholson, Henry Head, Mrs. Adrian Stephen, and H. Wildon
Carr.]

"A Revolution of Science" Nation
(London), 26 (1919): 232233.

"Fundamental Principles in Education."
Report of the 87th Meeting of the British Association for
the Advancement of Science (1919): 361.

The Concept of Nature.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1920).

"Einstein's Theory: An alternative
suggestion." Times Educational Supplement Feb 12
(1920): 83.

Report of Committee:
Appointed by the Prime Minister to Inquire into the Position of
Classics in the Educational System of the United Kingdom.
London: His Majesty's Stationary Office (1921).

"Science in General Education." Proceedings
of the Second Congress of Universities of the Empire (1921):
3139.

The Principle of Relativity,
with Applications to Physical Science. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press (1922).

The Rhythm of Education. London:
Christophers (1922).

"Discussion: The Idealistic
Interpretation of Einstein's Theory." Proceedings of the
Aristotelian Society ns 22 (192122): 123138. [with H.W.
Carr, T.P. Nunn, and Dorothy Wrinch]

"The Philosophical Aspects of the
Principle of Relativity." Proceedings of the Aristotelian
Society ns 22 (192122): 215223.

"Uniformity and Contingency." Proceedings
of the Aristotelian Society ns 23 (192223): 118.

"The Place of Classics in Education." Hibbert
Journal 21 (1923): 248261.

"Letter to the Editor." New
Statesman 20 (1923): 568.

"The First Physical Synthesis."
Chapter 6 in F.S. Marvin (ed). Science and Civilization.
London: Oxford University Press (1923): 161178.

"The Rhythmic Claims of Freedom and
Discipline." Hibbert Journal, 21 (1923): 657668.

"Symposium:—The Problem of
Simultaneity: Is there a paradox in the Principle of Relativity in
Regard to the Relation of Time Measured to Time Lived?" Aristotelian
Society, Supplementary Vol. 3 "Relativity, Logic and Mysticism"
(1923): 1541.[with H.W. Carr, R.A. Sampson]

Science and the Modern World.
New York: Macmillan Co (1925).

"The Importance of Friendly Relations
between England and the United States." The Phillips Bulletin
19 (1925): 1518.

"Religion and Science." Atlantic
Monthly 136 (1925): 200207.

Religion in the Making.
New York: Macmillan Co.(1926).

"Note to the Editor." Mind
ns 35 (1926): 130.

"The Education of an Englishman." Atlantic
Monthly 138 (1926): 192198.

"Time." Sixth International
Congress of Philosophy. New York: Longmans, Green &
Co. (1927): 5964.

Symbolism, Its Meaning and
Effect. New York: Macmillan Co. (1927).

"England and the Narrow Seas." Atlantic
Monthly 139 (1927): 791798.

"Universities and their Function." Atlantic
Monthly 141 (1928): 638644.

Process and Reality: An Essay
in Cosmology. New York: Macmillan Co. (1929)

The Function of Reason. Princeton:
Princeton University Press (1929).

The Aims of Education and
Other Essays. New York: Macmillan Co. (1929)

"An Address. Delivered at the
Celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding of Radcliffe
College." Radcliffe Quarterly. 14 (1930): 15.

"Prefactory Note." in Susanne K.
Langer, The Practice of Philosophy. New York: Henry
Holt & Co. (1930): vii.

"On Foresight." In W.B. Donham, Business
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"Objects and Subjects." Philosophical
Review, 41 (1932): 130146.

"Response to Symposium in Honor of the
Seventieth Birthday of Alfred North Whitehead." Cambridge, MA
(1932):2229.

Adventures in Ideas.
New York: Macmillan Co. (1933)

"The Study of the Past — Its
Uses and Its Dangers." Harvard Business Review, 11
(1933): 436444.

Nature and Life. Chicago:
University of Chicago (1933).

"Indication, Classes, Numbers,
Validation." Mind 43 (1934): 281297, 543.

"Foreword." In Willard van Orman
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University Press (1934): ixx.

"Minute on the Life and Services of
Professor James Haughton Woods." Harvard University Gazette,
30 (1935): 153155.

"The Aim of Philosophy." Harvard
Alumni Bulletin 38 (1935): 234235.

"Memories." Atlantic Monthly
157 (1936): 672679.

"Harvard: The Future." Atlantic
Monthly 159 (1936): 260270.

"Remarks." Philosophical
Review 46 (1937): 178186.

Modes of Thought.
New York: Macmillan Co. (1938).

"An Appeal to Sanity." Atlantic
Monthly 163 (1939): 309320.

"John Dewey and His Influence." In
Paul Arthur Schilpp (ed). The Philosophy of John Dewey.
Chicago: Northwestern University Press: (1939): 477479.

"Letter to the Editor."
Boston Daily Globe, Dec. 24, (1940): 12.

"Autobiographical Notes." In
Paul Arthur Schilpp (ed). The Philosophy of Alfred North
Whitehead. Chicago: Northwestern University Press: (1941)

"Mathematics and the Good." In Paul
Arthur Schilpp (ed). The Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead.
Chicago: Northwestern University Press: (1941).

"Immortality." In Paul Arthur Schilpp
(ed). The Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead.
Chicago: Northwestern University Press: (1941)

Essays in Science and
Philosophy, New York: Philosophical Library (1947).