The Problems of Philosophy was written by Bertrand Russell and published in 1912.
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- Plot Overview
- Chapter 1 - Appearance and Reality
- Chapter 2 - The Existence of Matter
- Chapter 3 - The Nature of Matter
- Chapter 4 - Idealism
- Chapter 5 - Knowledge by Acquaintance and Knowledge by Description
- Chapter 6 - On Induction
- Chapter 7 - On our Knowledge of General Principles
- Chapter 8 - How A Priori Knowledge is Possible
- Chapter 9 - The World of Universals
- Chapter 10 - On Our Knowledge of Universals
- Chapter 11 - On Intuitive Knowledge
- Chapter 12 - Truth and Falsehood
- Chapter 13 - Knowledge, Error, and Probable Opinion
- Chapter 14 - The Limits of Philosophical Knowledge
- Chapter 15 - The Value of Philosophy
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