The Impact of Science on Society, by Bertrand Russell

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Re: The Impact of Science on Society, by Bertrand Russell

Postby admin » Fri Apr 26, 2019 10:35 am


Bertrand Arthur William Russell received the Nobel Prize for literature in 1950. He is the grandson of Lord John Russell, the British Foreign Secretary during the Civil War. Before going to Cambridge he was educated at home by governesses and tutors, acquiring a thorough knowledge of German and French; and it has been said that his "admirable and lucid English style may be attributed to the fact that he did not undergo a classical education at a public school." Certainly, this style is perceptible in the many books that have flowed from his pen during half a century — books that have shown him to be the most profound of mathematicians, the most brilliant of philosophers, 'and the most lucid of popularizers. His most recent major works are A History of Western Philosophy, published in 1945; Human Knowledge: Its Scope and Limits, published in 1948; Authority and the Individual, published in 1949; Unpopular Essays, that grossly mistitled book, published in 1951; and New Hopes for a Changing World, published in 1952.  
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