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Bibliography

(In chronological order)

THIS bibliography, although it does not list every one of Professor Anderson's published writings, is intended to include all of his publications in learned journals, and all of those on philosophic, aesthetic, or general educational topics. A number of writings on local issues, generally connected with education, are also included so as to indicate something of the part Professor Anderson has played in the life of Sydney University. A few of Professor Anderson's contributions to politically radical journals are also included; these contain material from which he would now strongly dissent, but they do show one major direction of his interests; they illustrate also methods of criticism akin to those he still follows.

Most of the abbreviations used need no explanation, but (D) after a title indicates a contribution to the discussion of some article in the journal concerned, while (R) and (Rev. Art.) indicate respectively a review and a review article. The journals referred to more than once are given their full title on their first appearance, with the exception of the Australasian Journal of Psychology and Philosophy. This is referred to as A.J.P.P. for all numbers up to the end of 1946; for later numbers the abbreviation is A.J.P. (the name of the journal having been changed in 1947 to the Australasian Journal of Philosophy).

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
1.   Propositions and Judgments (D): Mind, XXXV, N.S., No. 138; April 1926; pp 237-241. 
2.   The Truth of Propositions (D): Mind, XXXV, N.S., No. 140; October 1926; pp 466-472. 
3.   The Knower and the Known: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 27, 1926-27; pp 61-84. 
4.   Familiar Beliefs and Transcendent Reason, by the Earl of Balfour (R): A.J.P.P., V, 3, Sept. 1927; p 233. 
5.   Empiricism: A.J.P.P., V, 4, Dec. 1927, pp 241-254. 
6.   Reality, by B. H. Streeter (R): A.J.P.P., V, 4, Dec. 1927; pp 315-316. 
7.   History and Theory: The Communist, a monthly magazine of the Communist Party of Australia, Dec. 1, 1927. 
8.   The Moral Factor in the Proletarian Revolution: The Communist, Feb. 1, 1928. 
9.   The University Appeal: Schooling, XI, 2, April 1928. 
10.   Another Outbreak of Virtue (D): A.J.P.P., VI, 2, June 1928, pp 151-152, 
11.   Reformism and Class Consciousness: The Communist, May-June 1928. 
12.   Censorship: Schooling, XI, 4, August 1928. 
13.   Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Philosophy (R): A.J.P.P., VI, 3, Sept. 1928, pp 223-228. 
14.   Determinism and Ethics: A.J.P.P., VI, 4, Dec. 1928, pp 241-255. 
15.   The Epinomis of Plato, by J. Harward (R): A.J.P.P., VI, 4, Dec. 1928, pp 312-313. 
16.   The Non-Existence of Consciousness: Space, Time and Deity, by Samuel Alexander (Rev. Art.): A.J.P.P., VII, 1, March 1929, pp 68-73. 
17.   "Universals" and Occurrences (D): A.J.P.P., VII, 2, June 1929, pp 138-145.  
18.   Theory and Practice in Morals (D): A.J.P.P., VII, 4, Dec. 1929, pp 297-300. 
19.   Realism and Some of its Critics: A.J.P.P., VIII, 2, June 1930, pp 113-134. 
20.   Moral Law and the Highest Good, by E. Morris Miller (R): A.J.P.P., VIII, 3, Sept. 1930, pp 235-236. 
21.   Metaphysics and Modern Research, by I. C. Isbyam (R): A.J.P.P., VIII, 3, Sept. 1930, pp 236-237. 
22.   Ulysses: Offprint No. 3 of Australian English Association, 1930, (offprinted from The Union Recorder published by Sydney University Union) 12 pp 
23.   Socrates as an Educator: Journal of the Institute of Inspectors of Schools; N.S.W., 12, 3, Nov. 1930, and 13, 1, June 1931. 
24.   The Conception of a Liberal Education: Education, XII, 2, Dec. 1930. 
25.   The Book of Diogenes Laertius: Its Spirit and its Method, by Richard Hope (R): A.J.P.P., IX, 1, March 1931, pp 71-75. 
26.   Partisanship of the Press: Honi Soit, Journal of the Sydney University Students' Representative Council, III, 17, July 22, 1931, p 1. 
27.   Academic Autonomy: Honi Soit, III, 19, August 5, 1931, p 2. 
28.   Socrates as an Educator: reprinted in A.J.P.P., IX, 3, Sept. 1931, pp 172-184. 
29.   Education and Politics: published by Angus and Robertson Ltd., Sydney, 1931, 65 pp—a republication of items 9, 12, 23 and 24, the first under the title of "The University and the Public". 
30.   The Working Class: Proletariat, Organ of the Melbourne University Labour Club, I, 1, April 1932, pp 3-6. 
31.   The Place of Hegel in the History of Philosophy: A.J.P.P., X, 2, June 1932, pp 81-91. 
32.   Freedom and the Class Struggle: Proletariat, I, 2, July 1932, pp 2-6. 
33.   Freedom of Thought: Freethought, Organ of Sydney University Freethought Society, 1, July 1932, pp 1-3. 
34.   "Life" versus Logic: Freethought, 1, July 1932, pp 11-12. 
35.   Leadership and Spontaneity: published by Sydney University Freethought Society in a pamphlet entitled "Censorship in the Working-Class Movement when the article was rejected by Proletariat, 1932, 7 pp. 
36.   Utilitarianism: A.J.P.P., X, 3, Sept. 1932, pp 161-172. 
37.   Some Questions in Aesthetics: published by Sydney University Literary Society, Nov. 1932, 25 pp. 
38.   Some Obscurantist Fallacies: Freethought, 2, Nov. 1932, pp 10-12. 
39.   Realism versus Relativism in Ethics: A.J.P.P., XI, 1, March 1933, pp 1-11. 
40.   James Joyce: Hermes, University of Sydney Magazine, XXXIX, Michaehnas Term 1933, pp 13-17. 
40a.   Science and Education: The Science Journal, Journal of the Sydney University Science Society, XII, 1, Michaelmas Term 1933, pp 5-8. 
41.   Freedom of Speech: The Student, Organ of the Sydney University Labor Club, 1, Nov. 1933, p 3. 
42.   The Science of Logic: The Foundations of Mathematics, by F. P. Ramsey; The Province of Logic, by Richard Robinson; L'Empirisme dans les Sciences Exactes, by W. Rivier (Rev. Art.): A.J.P.P., XI, 4, Dec. 1933, pp 308-314. 
43.   Mind as Feeling: A.J.P.P., XII, 2, June 1934, pp 81-94. 
44.   Political "Debunking": Honi Soit, VI, 17, July 18, 1934, p 3. 
45.   Virtue: A.J.P.P., XII, 3, Sept. 1934, pp 224-228. 
46.   Romanticism and Classicism: Hermes, XL, Michaelmas Term 1934, pp 7-10. 
47.   Some Remarks on Academic Freedom ( D ): A.J.P.P., XII, 4, Dec. 1934, pp296-298. 
48.   Marxist Philosophy: A.J.P.P., XIII, 1, March 1935, pp 24-48. 
49.   The Perfect Wagnerite: Manuscripts, 13, May 1935, pp 25-38. 
50.   Production, Distribution and Exchange: A.J.P.P., XIII, 2, June 1935, pp 136-142. 
51.   Scepticism and Construction, by Charles A. Campbell (R): A.J.P.P. XIII, 2, June 1935, pp 151-156. 
52.   Educational Reform: The Union Recorder, XV, 19, Aug. 8, 1935, pp 180-181. 
53.   University Reform: A.J.P.P., XIII, 3, Sept. 1935, pp 215-222. 
54.   Design: A.J.P.P., XIII, 4, Dec. 1935, pp 241-256. 
55.   The Cogito of Descartes: A.J.P.P., XIV, 1, March 1936, pp 48-68 
56.   Sur le Principe du Tiers Exclu, by M. Barzin and A. Errera (R): A.J.P.P., XIV, 1, March 1936, p 80. 
57.   The Comic: Hermes, XLII, Lent Term 1936, pp 10-12. 
58.   Social Service: Freethought, 3, May 1936, pp 2-7. 
59.   Psycho-Analysis and Romanticism: A.J.P.P., XIV, 3, Sept 1936, pp 210-215. 
60.   Dialectics: The Logic of Marxism and its Critics, by T. A. Jackson (R): The Australian Highway, Journal of the Workers' Educational Association of Australia, XVIII, 12 (New Series), Nov. 10, 1936, pp 191-194: 
61.   Causality and Logic (D): A.J.P.P., XIV, 4, Dec. 1936, pp 309-313. 
62.   Mathématique et Philosophie, by. R. Wavre; La Cause et l'Intervalle, ou Ordre et Probabilité, by E. Dupreel (R): A.J.P.P., XV, 1, March. 1937, pp 77-80. 
63.   Marxist Ethics: A.J.P.P.. XV, 2, June 1937, pp 98-117. 
64.   Student Interests: Candide, New Arts Magazine of the University of Sydney, Trinity Term 1937, pp 21-23. 
65.   How We Think, by John Dewey (R): A.J.P.P., XV, 3, Sept. 1937, pp 224-230. 
66.   Logical Positivism and Analysis, by L. Susan Stebbing (R): A.J.P.P.; XV, 3, Sept. 1937, pp 238-240. 
67.   Freud and Marx:-A Dialectical Study, by R. Osborn (R): The Australian Highway, XIX, 9 (New Series), Oct. 10, 1937, pp 138-141. 
68.   Studies in the History of Ideas, Volume III (R): A.J.P.P., XV, 4, Dec. 1937, pp 299-307. 
69.   A Textbook of Marxist Philosophy (R): The Australian Highway, XX, 1 (New Series), Feb. 10, 1938, pp 13-17. 
70.   The Problem of Causality: A.J.P.P., XVI, 2, Aug. 1938, pp 127-142. 
71.   Logic and Ethics (D): A.J.P.P., XVII, 1, May 1939, pp 55-65. 
72.   The Status of Logic (D): A.J.P.P., XVII, 2, Aug. 1939, pp 164-169. 
73.   Logic and Experience (D): A.J.P.P., XVII, 3, Dec. 1939, pp 257-272. 
74.   Freudianism and Society: Superstition and Society, by R. Money-Kyrle; Civilisation, War and Death-Selections from three works by Sigmund Freud, ed. John Rickman (Rev. Art.): A.J.P.P., XVIII, 1, June 1940, pp 50-77., 
75.   In the Spirit of William James, by Ralph Barton Perry (R): A.J.P.P., XVIII, 1, June 1940, pp 85-88. 
76.   Psychology for Everyone: An Outline of General Psychology, by W. J. H. Sprott (R): A.J.P.P., XVIII, 2, Sept. 1940; pp 154-159. 
77.   Psychology and Psychotherapy, by William Brown, 4th edition (R): A.J.P.P., XIX, 1, April 1941, pp 94-96. 
78.   The Banning of Ulysses: Honi Soit, XIII, 24, Sept. 25, 1941, p 3. 
79.   Art and Morality: A.J.P.P., XIX, 3, Dec. 1941, pp 253-266. 
80.   From Beast-Machine to Man-Machine, by Leonora Cohen Rosenfeld (R): A.J.P.P., XIX, 3, Dec. 1941, pp 277-286. , 
81.   Senate Reform Now: Honi Soit, Special Edition, )III, 29, 1941, p 2. 
82.   The Meaning of Good: A.J.P.P., XX, 2, Sept. 1942, pp 111-140. 
83.   Academic Freedom: Honi Soit, XV, 11; April 16, 1943, p 1. 
84.   The Nature of Ethics (D): A.J.P.P., XXI, 1; June 1943, pp 26-40. 
85.   Education for Democracy, by J. D. C. Medley (R): A.J.P.P., XXI, 1, June 1943, pp 53-63. 
86.   Religion in Education: published in a collection of addresses with this title by The New Education Fellowship (N.S.W.), July 1943, pp 25-32. 
87.   The Servile State: A.J.P.P, XXI, 2 & 3, Dec. 1943, pp 115-132. 
88.   Universities in Australia, by Eric Ashby (R): A.J.P.P., XXI, 2 & 3, Dec. 1943, pp 183-181. 
89.   The Regeneration of Civilisation; by E. H. Burgmann (R): A.J.P.P., XXI, 2 & 3, Dec. 1943, pp 182-184. 
90.   Decentralised Education: Honi Soit, XVI, 10, June 23, 1944, p 1. 
91.   Education and Practicality (D): A.J.P.P., XXII, 1 & 2, Sept. 1944, pp 108-111. 
92.   Ethics and Advocacy (D): A.J.P.P., XXII, 3, Dec. 1944, pp 174-187. 
93.   Introductory Essay to Prospects of Democracy, editor, W. H. C. Eddy, published by Consolidated Press, Sydney, 1945, pp 7-12. 
94.   The One Good (D): A.J.P.P., XXIII, 1-3, Dec. 1945, pp 85-89. 
95.   Students' Rights: Heresy (an independent publication produced by a group of students on the occasion of the banning of Honi Soit in 1948, 1, May 12, 1948, p3. 
96.   The Politics of Proscription: Australian Quarterly, XX, 2, June 1948, pp 7-15. 
97.   The University and Religion: Honi Soit, XXIII, 15, July 12, 1951, p 4. 
98.   Logic and Dogma: Honi Soit, XXIII, 18, Aug. 2, 1951, p 3. 
99.   Hypotheticals: A.J.P., XXX, 1, May 1952, pp 1-16. 
100.   Democratic Illusions: Hermes, New Issue, 54, 1, 1952, pp 16-18. 
101.   Literary Criticism: The Union Recorder, XXXIII, 7, April 30, 1953, pp 57-58. 
102.   The Freudian Revolution: A.J.P., XXXI, 2, Aug. 1953, pp 101-106. 
103.   Psychological Moralism: Man, Morals and Society, by J. C. Flugel (Rev. Art.) A.J.P., XXXI, 3, Dec. 1953, pp 188-205. 
104.   Psychology and Psychotherapy, by William Brown, 5th edition (Critical Notice): A.J.P., XXXII, 1, May 1954, pp 48-56. 
105.   University Development in N.S.W.: Honi Soit, XXVI, 22, Oct. 14, 1954, p 5. 
106.   Politics and Morals, by Benedetto Croce, trans. Salvatore J. Castiglione (Critical Notice): A.J.P., XXXII, 3, Dec. 1954, pp 213-222. 
107.   The Orr Case and Academic Freedom: The Observer (Sydney), 10, June 28, 1958, p 293. 
108.   Realism: The Australian Highway, Special Issue entitled "Anderson and Andersonianism , Sept. 1958, pp 53-56. 
109.   The Illusion of the Epoch, by H. B. Acton (Critical Notice): A.J.P., XXXVII, 2, Aug. 1959, pp 156-167. 
110.   My Philosophy and Other Essays on the Moral and Political Problems of our Time, by B. Croce (R): A.J.P., XXXVII, 3, Dec. 1959, pp 255-260. 
111.   The Place of the Academic in Modern Society: Honi Soit, XXXII, 12, Tune 16, 1960, p 5. 
112.   Time and Idea: The Theory of History in Giambattista Vico, by A. R. Caponigri (Critical Notice): A.J.P., XXXVIII, 2, Aug. 1960, pp 163-172. 
113.   Classicism: published by Australian Humanities Research Council in its Fourth Annual Report, 1960, pp 19-30. 
114.   Orage and the "New Age" Circle, by P. Selver (R) : The Observer (Sydney), 3, 23, Nov. 1960, pp 30-31. 
115.   Academic Autonomy and Religion: Honi Soit, XXXIII, 17, July 27, 1961, p 4. 
116.   The Western Intellectual Tradition: From Leonardo to Hegel by J. Bronowski and Bruce Mazlish (Rev. Art.): The Australian Journal of Politics and History, VII, 2, Nov. 1961, pp 278-284. 
117.   Religion and the University: The Australian Highway, XLII, 3, Nov. 1961, pp 50-54. 
118.   Relational Arguments: Studies to Empirical Philosophy, published by Angus and Robertson Ltd., Sydney, 1962, pp 148-161. 
119.   Empiricism and Logic: Studies in Empirical Philosophy, 1962, pp 162-188. 

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