Emily Elizabeth Constance Jones (1848–1922)

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Emily Elizabeth Constance Jones

*February 19, 1848 (Langstone Court, Llangarron, Herefordshire, United Kingdom)
†April 9, 1922 (Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom)



  • Primary Sources

    Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance, 1890, Elements of lyric as a science of propositions. Edinb.

    Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance, 1892, An introduction to general logic. London, New York: Longmans Green.

    Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance, 1905, A primer of logic. London: John Murray.

    Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance, 1909, A primer of ethics. Lond. (Mr. Murray’s primers).

    Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance, 1911,  A new law of thought and its logical bearings. Cambridge: The University Press (Girton College studies, ed. by Lilian Knowles, no. 4).

    Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance, 1913,  Girton College. London: A. & C. Black.

    Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance, 1915,  The three great questions (an outline of private and public duty). Cambr. &c.

    Jones, Emily Elizabeth Constance, 1922,  As I remember. An autobiographical ramble. London: A. & C. Black Ltd.

    Sidgwick, Henry; Jones, E. E. Constance, 1902, Lectures on the ethics of T.H. Green, Mr. Herbert Spencer, and J. Martineau. Hg. v. E. E. Constance Jones. London: Macmillan.

  • Secondary Sources

    Anonymous, 1921–22, “In Memoriam: Miss E. E. Constance Jones,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 22: 224–225.

    Broad, C.D, 1912, Review of the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 1910–1911, Mind, 21: 260–287.

    Frege, G., 1980, Philosophical and Mathematical Correspondence, G. Gabriel, et al. (eds.), H. Kaal (trans.), Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1980.

    Hicks, L.E., 1913, “Identity as a Principle of Stable Values and as a Principle of Difference,” Philosophical Review, 22: 375–394.

    Jourdain, P. E. B., 1911–12, “The Development of the Theories of Mathematical Logic and the Principles of Mathematics,” The Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 43: 219–314; page reference is to the reprint in Frege 1980.

    Keynes, J. N., 1906, Studies and Exercises in Formal Logic, London: Macmillan and Co., 4th Edition.

    Klein, A., 1911, “Negation Considered as a Statement of Difference in Identity,” Mind, 20: 521–29.

    Ladd-Franklin, C., 1890, Review of Elements of Logic as a Science of Propositions, Mind, 15: 559–563.

    Mackenzie, J. S., 1923, “The Late Miss E. E. Constance Jones, Litt. D,” International Journal of Ethics, 33(2): 228.

    Mercier, C., 1914, “Some Fundamentals of Logic,” Mind (N.S.), 92: 550–557.

    Ostertag, G. and A. Favia, 2020, “E. E. Constance Jones on the Dualism of Practical Reason,” British Journal for the History of Philosophy, doi:10.1080/09608788.2020.1749828 .

    Perkins, R., 2011, “Incomplete Symbols in Principia Mathematica and Russell’s ‘Definite Proof’,” Russell: The Journal of Bertrand Russell Studies (N.S.), 31: 29–44.

    Pitt, J., 1981–82, “Russell and the Cambridge Moral Sciences Club,” Russell, 1: 103–118.

    Popkin, R., 1999, The Columbia History of Western Philosophy, New York: Columbia University Press.

    Russell, B., 1910–11, “Knowledge by Acquaintance and Knowledge by Description,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 11: 108–128; page reference is to the reprint in Russell 1992.

    Russell, B., 1992. The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell, Vol. 6: Logical and Philosophical Papers: 1909–13, J. G. Slater (ed.), London: Routledge.

    Schiller, F.C.S., 1912, Review of A New Law of Thought and Its Logical Bearings, Mind (N.S.), 21: 246–250.

    Stout, G.F., 1911, “Preface” to Jones (1911).

    Stout, G.F., 1922, “The Late Miss E. E. Constance Jones,” Mind (N.S.) 31: 383–384.

    Warnock, M., 2004, “Jones, (Emily Elizabeth) Constance”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Waithe, M. E. and S. Cicero, 1995, “E.E. Constance Jones,” In Waithe, 1995

    Waithe, M. E., 1995, A History of Women Philosophers, Volume 4, Dordrecht: Kluwer.

  • Online Sources
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