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Professor Rae Langton: the world's 'fourth most influential woman thinker'

Varsity Online
“It was really marvellous to be reading someone like Bertrand Russell – unlike the happy agnostics who I was surrounded by in Australia, you could see Russell felt there was something sad about God not being there. You felt he was shaking his fist at ...

1950 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Bertrand Russell News

English votes for English laws is much less sensible than it first appears

The Conversation UK
It is paradoxical to note, as Bertrand Russell suggested, that the set of all numbers is no larger than the set of all odd numbers or the set of all even numbers since all three are infinite. Paradoxes as far as the eye can see. Natalie Davidovich ...

1950 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Bertrand Russell News

All-Out War in Ukraine: NATO's 'Final Offensive'

The People's Voice
In 1973-76 he was a member of the Bertrand Russell Tribunal on Repression in Latin America. He writes a monthly column for the Mexican newspaper, Le Jornada, and previously, for the Spanish daily, El Mundo. He received his B.A. from Boston University ...

1950 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Bertrand Russell News

Salman Khan's fans and Sant Rampal's followers – why they aren't that different

Daily News & Analysis (blog)
Bertrand Russell – philosopher and logician – argued in his 1938 book 'Power: A New Social Analysis' that everyone wants power. He believed that it wasn't sex (Freud) or money (Marx) which made the world spin, it was power! And considering that power ...

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