Trailer ↠´ Bertrand Russell: Philosophy in an Hour PDF by Ã Paul Strathern The writing is good, but rather too long for the man's life and achievement in comparison to the other books of the series.
Excellent introduction to Bertrand Russell, his life and his philosophy.
I bought this book as its name implies that it will be about Russell's philosophy, but it ended up being a biography book.
Well written, short and suffice.
From the point of view of a novice to Russel’s philosophy I felt like it was a good introduction.
The Universe is a jelly.
Or a bucket of shot.
It's one or the other.
Not all cats are female.
"Dora was a radical feminist who declared that her aim in life was to have children.
These would be brought up entirely by their mother, there being no place for a father in such matters.
'Well, who ever I have children with, it won't be you!" replied Russel.
It was perhaps inevitable that they would marry.
But this would not happen for 2 years.
During this period, they remained together and both travelled to see the new Bolshevik Russia.
When the revolution had broken out in 1917 it had inspired Russel to believe that at last a just society might be established somewhere on Earth.
He departed for Russia with high hopes, as a member of a Labour Party delegation, most of whose delegated regarded themselves as pilgr On the Wittgenstein episode: so was it a rhinoceros or a hippopotamus then? Some info in Russel’s biography, and very little on his philosophy.
They weren’t kidding about the hour though.
And it is fun to read about Russell.
This explains a lot of his tendencies and his writing which, if titles are seen on a library shelf, might seem completely random and unrelated.
He has, after all, written the Principia Mathematica which hardly anyone can understand and the Problems of Philosophy which almost anyone can understand and everything in the middle.
His writings are part sophisticated and original and part popphilosophy and he wrote about a wide range of issues that, despite having some constant threads among them, can seem separated and incoherent.
It is largely explained by Russell's long life but more so by a significant fact, HE WAS HUMAN! indeed more human than many of us can think of a philosopher being.
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