Principia Mathematica, Vol 1 by Bertrand RussellAn Unabridged, Digitally Enlarged Printing Of Volume I of III: Part I - MATHEMATICAL LOGIC - The Theory Of Deduction - Theory Of Apparent Variables - Classes And Relations - Logic And Relations - Products And Sums Of Classes - Part II - PROLEGOMENA TO CARDIANL ARITHMITIC - Unit Classes And Couples - Sub-Classes, Sub-Relations, And Relative Types - One-Many, Many-One, And One-One Relations - Selections - Inductive Relations
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Principia Mathematica , the landmark work in formal logic written by Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell , was first published in three volumes in , and A second edition appeared in Volume 1 and Volumes 2 and 3. In an abbreviated issue containing only the first 56 chapters appeared in paperback. In a digest of the book's main definitions and theorems, originally transcribed by Russell for Rudolf Carnap, was reprinted in The Evolution of Principia Mathematica , edited by Bernard Linsky. Written as a defense of logicism the thesis that mathematics is in some significant sense reducible to logic , the book was instrumental in developing and popularizing modern mathematical logic. It also served as a major impetus for research in the foundations of mathematics throughout the twentieth century.