まず、書籍から。以下を paper で入手。
- Ray Monk and Anthony Palmer ed. Bertrand Russell and the Origins of Analytical Philosophy, Thoemmes Press, 1996
- Dustin Tucker “Intensionality and Paradoxes in Ramsey's ‘The Foundations of Mathematics’,” in: The Review of Symbolic Logic, vol. 3, no. 1, 2010
- Dirk Schlimm “Pasch's Philosophy of Mathematics,” in: The Review of Symbolic Logic, vol. 3, no. 1, 2010
- Douglas Lackey “Three Letters to Meinong,” in: Russell, Old Series, no. 9, 1973
- Wesley C. Salmon “Note on Russell's Anticipations,” in: Russell, Old Series, no. 17, 1975
- Kenneth Blackwell “A Non-Existent Revision of “Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy”,” in: Russell, Old Series, no. 18, 1975
- Nicholas Griffin “Russell's “Horrible Travesty” of Meinong,” in: Russell, Old Series, nos. 25-28, 1977
- Ryota Akiyoshi “On a Relationship between Gödel's Second Incompleteness Theorem and Hilbert's Program,” in: Annals of the Japan Association for the Philosophy of Science, vol. 17, no. 1, 2009
Although Russell did not, strictly speaking, anticipate Nelson Goodman's famous "grue-bleen paradox", first published in a brief note in 1946, Russell did, I believe, publish a discussion of what is, in all essentials, the same problem in Human Knowledge in 1948.
What is quite remarkable, however, is that Russell, in contrast to Goodman, also provided a resolution of the problem -- one which I believe to be quite satisfactory*1.
*1:Salmon, p. 29.