by Bertrand Russell
The Problems of Philosophy
  • Science
  • 1912
  • Autor: Bertrand Russell
The book `The Problems of Philosophy` was written by B. Russell as a popular introduction to philosophy in 1910 and is still one of the best works of this kind (if not the best). The volume of the book is small, but, despite this, Russell was able to consider here the most basic issues of philosophy. `The Problems of Philosophy' can be used to teach philosophy at almost all levels of education - from secondary school to university and postgraduate study, as well as a textbook for special courses at philosophical faculties....
Number of pages: ~ 156 pages

by Alex James
The Shining Cow
This is NOT a story about sinister aliens from outer space. This is simply the story of what happened to poor Junius when she found herself much too close to a Flying Saucer, long enough so she could be analyzed and long enough to cause some strange happenings on that farm....
Number of pages: ~ 13 pages

by Albert Hernhuter
The Smiler
Have you ever written science fiction? Have your stories been rejected? Herein may lie the reason......
Number of pages: ~ 9 pages

by Ernest M. Kenyon
If you let a man learn, and study, and work--and clamp a lid on so that nothing he takes into his mind can be let out--one way or another he'll blow a safety valve!...
Number of pages: ~ 13 pages

by Instinct by George O. Smith
A hard - boiled esper in a hard-boiled paranormal future. In a world where the cops can use extra-sensory perception to help prevent and solve crimes, criminals go mental . . . And a hot babe by the name of Martha could really dig that . . ....
Number of pages: ~ 14 pages

by Joseph Samachson
Bradley had one fear in his life. He had to escape regeneration. To do that, he was will ing to take any chance, coward though he was--even if it meant that he had to become a god!...
Number of pages: ~ 16 pages

by Sam McClatchie
Mother America
When a country is as champion-conscious as America, it's surprising that no one has yet developed the ultimate contest. Dr. McClatchie, whose recent novel, "The Last Vial," established him as a top-ranking sf writer, now tells us the engaging story of the geneticists' search for ......
Number of pages: ~ 16 pages

by Raymond Z. Gallun
The Eternal Wall
A scream of brakes, the splash into icy waters, a long descent into alkaline depths ... it was death. But Ned Vince lived again ... a million years later, thanks to the strange creatures who had evolved on Earth after the Age of Man!...
Number of pages: ~ 13 pages

by Basil Wells
Moment of Truth
She smiled. She was Ruth Halsey, fourteen, brunette, and pretty. Earl, and Harry, and Buhl had told her she was pretty. Especially Buhl. Buhl was her favorite date now....
Number of pages: ~ 9 pages

by Therese Windser
Legend had it, that many thousands of years ago, right after the Great Horror, the whole continent of the west had slowly sunk beneath the West Water, and that once every century it arose during a full moon. Still, Captain Hinrik clung to the hope that the legend would not be borne out by truth....
Number of pages: ~ 8 pages

by Charles L. Fontenay
The Jupiter Weapon
He was a living weapon of destruction--immeasurably powerful, utterly invulnerable. There was only one question: Was he human?...
Number of pages: ~ 14 pages

by Stanton A. Coblentz
Flight Through Tomorrow
Super warfare has destroyed the old race of man, but elsewhere a new civilization is dawning.......
Number of pages: ~ 10 pages

Ambush: A Terran Empire vignette
...It wouldn't be easy ferreting out the identity of the field agent who'd saved his bio-father's life twelve years ago....
Number of pages: ~ 2010 pages

by Jack Douglas
Dead World
Out on the ice-buried planet, Commander Red Stone led his Free Companions to almost certain death. They died for a dangerous dream that had only one chance in a thousand trillion to come true. Is there a better reason for dying?=...
Number of pages: ~ 15 pages

by Roger D. Aycock
Control Group
Any problem posed by one group of human beings can be resolved by any other group." That's what the Handbook said. But did that include primitive humans? Or the Bees? Or a ......
Number of pages: ~ 14 pages