Primary Works

Abenteuer de Ideen.  (Adventures of Ideas)  Trans. E. Bubers. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1971.

“An Address.”  Radcliffe Quarterly 14 (1930): 1-5.

Adventures of Ideas.  New York: Macmillan Company, 1933.  Also published by Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1933, 1938.

“The Aims of Education. A Plea for Reform.”  Mathematical Gazette 8 (January 196?): 191-203.

The Aims of Education and Other Essays.  New York: Macmillan Company, 1929.

The Aims of Education and Other Essays. (Korean) Trans. Young Hwan Oh.  Seoul:  Kunglee Publishers, 2004.  

“The Aim of Philosophy.”  Harvard Alumni Bulletin 38 (1935): 234-235.

“An Appeal to Sanity.” Atlantic Monthly 163 (1939): 309-320.

“Aspects of Freedom.”  Freedom: It’s Meaning.  Ed. Ruth Hauda Aushen.  New York: Harcourt Brace, 1940. 42 – 67.

“Autobiographical Notes.”  In The Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead.  Ed. Paul Arthur Schilpp. Chicago, IL: Northwestern University Press, 1941. 1-14.

Aventuras de las ideas.  (Adventures of Ideas)  Trans. Carlos Botet.  Barcelona: Miguza, 1947.

 Aventure d'Idee. (Adventures of Ideas)  Trans. G. Gnoli. Milan: Bompiani, 1961.

The Axioms of Descriptive Geometry.  Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics and Mathematical Physics.  New York, NY: Hafner Publishing Company, 1971. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1907.)

The Axioms of Projective Geometry. Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics and Mathematical Physics. New York, NY: Hafner Publishing Company, 1971. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1906.)

“A Celebrity at Home. The Clerk of the Weather.”  Cambridge Review 7 (February 10, 1886): 202-203.

The Concept of Nature.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971.

“Davy Jones.” Cambridge Review 7 (12 May 1886): 311-312.

De natuurwetenschap in de moderne wereld. (Science in the Modern World)  Trans. Jan van Rheenen. Utrecht-Antwerp:Aula-Boeken, 1951.

Die Abstrakion. Trans. Max Bense. Frankfurt: Surkamp Verlag, 1951.

“Discussion Upon Fundamental Principles in Education.” Report of the 87th Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement (1919): 361.

“Editorials.” Shirburnian Magazine. (1879-1880).

“The Education of an Englishman.” Atlantic Monthly 138 (1926): 192-198.

Einfuhrung in die Mathematik.Trans. Berthold Schenker. Vienna: Humboldt, 1948.

Einfuhrung in die Mathematische. Trans. Hans Mokre. Munich: Drei Masken, 1932.

“Einstein’s Theory, An Alternative Suggestion.” London Times Educational Supplement(February 12, 1920): 83.

El concepto de naturaleza.  (The Concept of Nature) Spanish trans. J. Diaz.  Madrid: Gredos, 1968.

El simbolismo, su significado y efecto. (Symbolism, It’s Meaning and Effect)  Mexico: Unam, 1969.

“England and the Narrow Seas.” Atlantic Monthly 139 (1927): 791-798.

Essays in Science and Philosophy. London: Philosophical Library, 1947.

“The Fens as Seen from Skates.” Cambridge Review 12 (20 February 1891): 212-213.

“The First Physical Synthesis.” In Science and Civilization, ed. F.S. Marvin. (London: Oxford University Press, 1923) 161-178.

“Forward.” In The Farther Shore: An Anthology of World Opinion on the Immortality of the Soul, eds. Nathaniel Edward Griffin and Lawrence Hunt. (New York, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1934).

“Forward.” In A System of Logic, by Willard Van Orman Quine. (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1934) ix-x.

The Function of Reason. Florence: Sansoni, 1950.

La funzione della ragione.  (The Function of Reason) Trans. F. Cafaro. Florence: La Nuova Italia. 1958. 

Gott. Trans. Arthur Hubscher. Piper Verlag: Munich, 1956.

“The Geodesic Geometry of Surfaces in Non-Euclidean Space.” Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society 29 (1897-1898): 275-324.

“Graphical Solution for High-Angle Fire. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 94, Series A (1918): 301-307.

Gwahag Gwa Hyeondae. Trans. Kim Chin-sup. Seoul: Euyloo, 1956.

Gyoyug eui mogjeog. Trans. Yu Hyeong-chin.  Seoul: Eulyoo, 1960

“Harvard: El Futoro.” Trans. Ligia Herrera. In Revista de filosofia de al Universidad de Costa Rica, 2 (1961): 45-46.

“Harvard: The Future.” In Atlantic Monthly 158 (1936): 260-270.

“Hua-te-hai Tzu-chuan.” Trans. Rep Journ Art. Ta-hsueh Sheng-Huo 8 (1941) 23-30.

I Fini dell'educazione e altri saggi. (The Aims of Education)  Trans. F. Cafaro.  Florence:  La Nuova Italia, 1960.

I modi del pensiero. (Modes of Thought) Trans. Pier Aldu Rovatti. Rome: Il Saggiatore, 1972.

I Proceso y realidad. (Process and Reality) Trans. Rovira Armengo. Buenos Aires: Losada, 1956.

Il concetto della natura. (The Concept of Nature) Italian trans. Massimo Meyer.  Turin: Einaudi, 1948.

Il divenire della religione. (Religion in the Making) Trans. F Cafaro. Turin: Paravia, 1963.

Il processo e la realta.  (Process and Reality) Trans. N. Bosco. Milan: Bompiani, 1965.

Il simbolismo, suo significato y efecto. (Symbolism; Its Meaning and Effect) Trans. F. Cararo. Turin: Paravia, 1963.

“Immortality.” In The Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead, ed. Paul Arthur Schlipp. (Evanston and Chicago: Northwestern University Press, 1941) 682-700.

“Immortalite.” Trans. F.Cesselin. La Philosophique organique de Whitehead (1950): 225-226.

“The Importance of Friendly Relations Between England and the United States.” Phillips Bulletin 19 (1925): 15-18.

“Indication, Classes, Numbers, Validation.” Mind 43 (1934): 281-297.

In Memoriam: Bernard Bosanquet and His Friends. London: George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. 1935.

“In Praise of W.W.” In Dialogues of Alfred North Whitehead. Series Title E.O. Grover Collection, 8. Winter Park: The Angel Alley Press, 1938.

Introduzione all matematica. (Introduction to Mathematics) Trans. Gian Mario Crespi. Florence: Sansoni, 1953.

“The Issue: Freedom.” The Boston Daily Globe (December 24,1940): 12.

“James Haughton Woods.” Undercurrents in Greek Philosophy (Privately Printed Pamphlet) 1945.

“John Dewey and His Influence.” In The Philosophy of John Dewey, ed. Paul Arthur Schlipp. (Evanston and Chicago: Northwestern University Press, 1939) 477-478.

Kagaku to kindai sekai. Trans. Ueda Yasaharau and Murakam Shido. Tokyo: Sogensha, 1954.

Kyoiko n mokuteki.  Trans. Motono Yoshidatsu.  Tokyo: Kyoiko Shorin, 1955.

La Ciencia y el mundo moderno. (Science and the Modern World)  Trans. Marina Ruiz Lago and J. Ravira Armengol. Buenos Aires: Losada, 1949.

La devinir de la religion. (Religion in the Making)  Trans. Phillippe Devaux.  Paris, Montaigne, Undated.

La scienza e il mondo moderno. (Science and the Modern World)  Trans. Anofio Banfi. Milan: Bompiani, 1959.

“La Theorie Relationniste de L’Espace.” Revue de Metaphysique et de Morale 23 (May 1916): 423-454.

“Les Mathematiques et le bien.” Trans. F. Cesselin (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1950): 220-225.

“Les principles mathematiques et l’enseignement elementaire.” Trans. L’Enseignment Mathematique, 15 (1913): 111-112.

“Letter to Charles Hartshorne.” In Alfred North Whitehead: Essays on His Philosophy, ed. George L. Kline. (New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1963) 196-199.

“Letter to the Editor.” Mathematical Gazette, 9 (January 1917): 14.

“Letter to the Editor: Reply of Review on Principles of Relativity.” New Statesman, 20 (February 17,1923): 568.

“Liberty and the Enfranchisement of Women.” Cambridge Women’s Suffrage Association: Cambridge, 1906.

“The Logic of Relations, Logical Substitution Groups, and Cardinal Numbers.” American Journal of Mathematics, 25 (1903): 157-178.

“Mathematics and the Good.” In The Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead, ed. Paul Arthur Schlipp. (Evanston and Chicago: Northwestern University Press, 1941) 66-68.

“Memories.” The Atlantic Monthly 157 (June 1936): 672-679.

“Memoir on the Algebra of Symbolic Logic.” American Journal of Mathematics, 23 (1901): 139 1365, 297-316.

“Minute on the Life and Services of Professor James Haughton Woods.” Harvard University Gazette 30 (1935): 153-155.

Modes of Thought.  New York: MacMillan Company, 1938.

Modos de pensamietno. (Modes of Thought)  Trans. Joaquain Xirau. Buenos Aires: Losada, 1944.

Muqaddima li-al-riyadijat. Trans. Muhyi al-Din. Baghdad: Matb. al-rabita, 1952.

Naturaleza y vida. (Nature and Life)  Trans. Risieri Frondizi. Buenos Aires: Universidad de Buenos Aires, 1941.

Nature e vita.  (Nature and Life)  Trans. G.M. Crespi. Milan: Bocca, 1955.

Nature and Life, Section II. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1934.

“Note.” Revue de Metaphysique et de Morale 13 (1905): 916-917.

“Objects and Subjects.” Philosophical Review 41 (1932): 130-146

“On Cardinal Numbers.” American Journal of Mathematics 24 (1902): 367-394.

“On Foresight.” In Business Adrift, by W.B. Donham. (London: George Routledge and Sons) xi-xxix.

“On Ideals: With Reference to the Controversy Concerning the Admission of Women to Degrees in the University.”  Cambridge Review 17 (May 14, 1896) 310-311

“On Mathematical Concepts of the Material World.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, A (1906) 465-525.

“On the Motion of Viscous Incompressible Fluids: A Method of Approximation.” Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 23 (1888): 78-93.

“The Organization of Thought.” Report of the 86th Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science (1916): 355-365.

Os fins da educacao e outros ensaios Trans. Leonid Gontijo de Carvalho.  Sao Paulo: E. Nacional, 1969.

“The Philosophical Aspects of the Principle of Relativity.” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 22 (1921-1922): 215-223.

“The Philosophy of Mathematics.” Review of Mysticism in Modern Mathematics, by Hastings Berkeley. Science: Progress in the Twentieth Century 5 (October 1910): 234-239.

“The Place of Classics in Education.” Hibbert Journal 21 (1923): 248-261.

“Preface: The Organization of a Story and a Tale.” The Journal of American Folklore 58 (1945): 169.

“Prefatory Note.” In The Practice of Philosophy by Susanne K. Langer. (New York: Henry Holt & Company, 1930) vii.

“Presidential Address to the London Branch of the Mathematics Association.” Mathematics Gazette 7 (March 1913): 111-112.

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

Process and Reality, An Essay in Cosmology. New York: Macmillan Company, 1929

“Proposed Extension of the Paddocks.” With J. Ward, R.J. Glazebrook, and R. St. J. Parry. (Unpublished) March 4-7 1985.

Ricerca sui principi della conoscencza naturale. Italian trans. Giovanni Gignami. Milan: Lampugnanie Nigri Editore, 1972.

“Religion and Science.” Atlantic Monthly, 136 (1925): 200-207.

Religion in the Making. New York: Macmillian Company, 1926.

“Remarks.” Philosophical Review, 46 (1937): 178-186.

“Report of the Council of the Royal Society of London.’’  Year-Book of the Royal Society (1914): 177-187.

“Report of the Council of the Royal Society of London.’’ Year-Book of the Royal Society (1915): 176-187.

Review of The Aims of Education and Other Essays. The Nation and Athenaeum, 45 (1929): 401.

Review of Essays in Science of Philosophy. Revue de Metapysique et de Morale 53 (1948): 81-84.

“A Revolution in Science.” Nation 26 (November 15, 1919): 232-233.

“The Rhythmic Claims of Freedom and Discipline.” Hibbert Journal 21 (1923): 657-668.

“The Rhythms of Education” In The Aims of Education and Other Essays (London: Christophers, 1922).

Science and the Modern World. New York: Macmillan Company, 1925.

Scienze e Filosofia. Trans. I. Bona. Vienna-Stuttgart: Humbolt, 1949.

“Science in General Education.” In Proceedings of the Second Congress of Universities of the Empire. (London: G. Bell & Sons, 1921) 31-39.

“Second Approximations to Viscous Fluid Motion. A Sphere Moving Steadily in a Straight Line.” Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 23 (1888): 143-152.

“Sets of Operations in Relation to Groups of Finite Order.” Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 64 (1898-1899): 319-320.

Shocho Sayo; Kako No Kenkyo; Yoken Mi Tsuite.  Trans. Ichii Saburo.  Tokyo: Kawade Shobo, 1955.

“Some Principles of Physical Science.” In The Principle of Relativity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1922) Ch. 4.

“Space, Time, and Relativity.” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 6 (1915-1916): 104-129.

Staerfraedin. Trans. Gudmundur Finbogason. Reykjavik: Isafoldarprentsmidja H F, 1931.

“Statesmanship and Specialized Learning.” Proceedings of the Academy of Arts and Sciences 75 (1942): 1-5.

“The Study of the Past – Its Uses and Its Dangers.” Harvard Business Review 11 (1933): 436-666.

Sugakyu nyumon. Trans. Kono Isaburo. Tokyo: Sogensha, 1953.

Symbolism, It’s Meaning and Effect. New York: Macmillan Co., 1927.

Symposium in Honor of the Seventieth Birthday of Alfred North Whitehead. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1932.

“Symposium: Time, Space, and Material: Are They, and if so, in What Sense, the Ultimate Data of Science?” with Sir Oliver Lodge,  J.W. Nicholson, Henry Head, Mrs. Adrian Stephen, and H. Wildon Carr.  Coauthors: Sir Oliver Lodge,  J.W. Nicholson, Henry Head, Mrs. Adrian Stephen, and H. Wildon Carr. Aristotelian Society 2 (1919): 44-108.

“Technical Education and Its Relation to Science and Literature.”  Technical Journal 10 (January 1917): 59-74.

“Theorems on Cardinal Numbers.” American Journal of Mathematics 26 (1904): 31-32.

“Time.” In Proceeding of the Sixth International Congress of Philosophy. (New York and London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1927) 59 –64.

“To the Master and Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge.”  The Journal of the Bertrand Russell Archives 6, no. 1 (Summer 1986): 62-70.

A Treatise on Universal Algebra. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1898.

Tzu-jan chih wei yu-chi-t’i. Trans. Ts’ai Yuan-huang. Chinese Renaissance Monthly 8 (1975).

“Uniformity and Contingency.” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 23 (1922-1923): 1-18.

“Universities and Their Function.” Atlantic Monthly 141 (1928): 638-644.

“The University Library.” with Ernest W. Barns. Cambridge Review 24 (May 14, 1903): 295.

“A Visitation.” Cambridge Fortnightly 1 (March 6, 1888): 81-83.

Vvedeniye v matematiku. Trans. Petrograd:1916.

Wissenschaft un moderne Welt. (Science and the Modern World)  Trans. Gertrud Tschiedel and Francois Bondy. Morgarten: Conzet Huber, 1949.

The Wit and Wisdom of Whitehead. Boston: Beacon Press, 1947.  

Wstep do matematyki. Trans. Wladyslaw Wojtowicz. Warsow: Wende I Ska, Undated.

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