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1. Bertrand Russell, in a letter to Lady Ottoline Morrell dated 13 December 1911, quoted in John G. Slater, Bertrand Russell, Bristol: Thoemmes, 1994, p. 67.
2. For example, see Nicholas Griffin, Russell's Idealist Apprenticeship, Oxford: Clarendon, 1991 and Peter W. Hylton, Russell, Idealism, and the Emergence of Analytic Philosophy, Oxford: Clarendon, 1990.
3. For example, see Paul J. Hager, Continuity and Change in the Development of Russell's Philosophy, Dordrecht: Nijhoff, 1994 and Morris Weitz, "Analysis and the Unity of Russell's Philosophy", in Paul Arthur Schilpp, The Philosophy of Bertrand Russell, 3rd ed., New York: Tudor, 1951, pp. 55-121.
4. For example, see A.D. Irvine, "Epistemic Logicism and Russell's Regressive Method", Philosophical Studies, 55 (1989), 303-327.
5. Bertrand Russell, Sceptical Essays, New York: Norton, 1928, p. 11.
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