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Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd Earl Russell, OM FRS was a British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, writer, social critic, political activist, and.
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In he published The Principles of Mathematics , a work on foundations of mathematics. It advanced a thesis of logicism , that mathematics and logic are one and the same. At the age of 29, in February , Russell underwent what he called a "sort of mystic illumination", after witnessing Whitehead 's wife's acute suffering in an angina attack. In he wrote the essay " On Denoting ", which was published in the philosophical journal Mind. This, along with the earlier The Principles of Mathematics , soon made Russell world-famous in his field.
In he became a University of Cambridge lecturer at Trinity College where he studied. He was considered for a Fellowship, which would give him a vote in the college government and protect him from being fired for his opinions, but was passed over because he was "anti-clerical", essentially because he was agnostic. He was approached by the Austrian engineering student Ludwig Wittgenstein , who became his PhD student.
Russell viewed Wittgenstein as a genius and a successor who would continue his work on logic. He spent hours dealing with Wittgenstein's various phobias and his frequent bouts of despair. This was often a drain on Russell's energy, but Russell continued to be fascinated by him and encouraged his academic development, including the publication of Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus in Wittgenstein was, at that time, serving in the Austrian Army and subsequently spent nine months in an Italian prisoner of war camp at the end of the conflict.
During World War I, Russell was one of the few people to engage in active pacifist activities and in , because of his lack of a Fellowship, he was dismissed from Trinity College following his conviction under the Defence of the Realm Act Russell played a significant part in the Leeds Convention in June , a historic event which saw well over a thousand "anti-war socialists" gather; many being delegates from the Independent Labour Party and the Socialist Party, united in their pacifist beliefs and advocating a peace settlement.
After the event, Russell told Lady Ottoline Morrell that, "to my surprise, when I got up to speak, I was given the greatest ovation that was possible to give anybody".
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The books were bought by friends; he later treasured his copy of the King James Bible that was stamped "Confiscated by Cambridge Police". A later conviction for publicly lecturing against inviting the US to enter the war on the United Kingdom's side resulted in six months' imprisonment in Brixton prison see Bertrand Russell's views on society in I found prison in many ways quite agreeable. I had no engagements, no difficult decisions to make, no fear of callers, no interruptions to my work.
I read enormously; I wrote a book, "Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy" Russell was reinstated to Trinity in , resigned in , was Tarner Lecturer and became a Fellow again in until In , Bertrand again gained press attention when attending a "banquet" in the House of Commons with well-known campaigners, including Arnold Lupton , who had been a Member of Parliament and had also endured imprisonment for "passive resistance to military or naval service".
Hardy wrote a page pamphlet titled Bertrand Russell and Trinity — published later as a book by Cambridge University Press with a foreword by C.
Broad — in which he gave an authoritative account about Russell's dismissal from Trinity College, explaining that a reconciliation between the college and Russell had later taken place and gave details about Russell's personal life. Hardy writes that Russell's dismissal had created a scandal since the vast majority of the Fellows of the College opposed the decision.
The ensuing pressure from the Fellows induced the Council to reinstate Russell. In January , it was announced that Russell had accepted the reinstatement offer from Trinity and would begin lecturing from October. In July , Russell applied for a one year leave of absence; this was approved. He spent the year giving lectures in China and Japan. In January , it was announced by Trinity that Russell had resigned and his resignation had been accepted. This resignation, Hardy explains, was completely voluntary and was not the result of another altercation.
The reason for the resignation, according to Hardy, was that Russell was going through a tumultuous time in his personal life with a divorce and subsequent remarriage. Russell contemplated asking Trinity for another one-year leave of absence but decided against it, since this would have been an "unusual application" and the situation had the potential to snowball into another controversy.
In , Russell was asked by the Council of Trinity College to give the Tarner Lectures on the Philosophy of the Sciences; these would later be the basis for one of Russell's best received books according to Hardy: The Analysis of Matter , published in I wish to make it plain that Russell himself is not responsible, directly or indirectly, for the writing of the pamphlet I wrote it without his knowledge and, when I sent him the typescript and asked for his permission to print it, I suggested that, unless it contained misstatement of fact, he should make no comment on it.
He agreed to this In August , Russell travelled to Russia as part of an official delegation sent by the British government to investigate the effects of the Russian Revolution. In his autobiography, he mentions that he found Lenin disappointing, sensing an "impish cruelty" in him and comparing him to "an opinionated professor". He cruised down the Volga on a steamship. His experiences destroyed his previous tentative support for the revolution.
For example, he told them that he heard shots fired in the middle of the night and was sure these were clandestine executions, but the others maintained that it was only cars backfiring.
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Russell's lover Dora Black , a British author, feminist and socialist campaigner, visited Russia independently at the same time; in contrast to his reaction, she was enthusiastic about the revolution. The following autumn Russell, accompanied by Dora, visited Peking as it was then known in the West to lecture on philosophy for a year. Bertrand Russell, having died according to the Japanese press, is unable to give interviews to Japanese journalists". Dora was six months pregnant when the couple returned to England on 26 August Russell arranged a hasty divorce from Alys, marrying Dora six days after the divorce was finalised, on 27 September Russell supported his family during this time by writing popular books explaining matters of physics , ethics, and education to the layman.
From to the Russells divided their time between London and Cornwall , spending summers in Porthcurno. The school was run from a succession of different locations, including its original premises at the Russells' residence, Telegraph House, near Harting , West Sussex. On 8 July Dora gave birth to her third child Harriet Ruth.
After he left the school in , Dora continued it until Russell's marriage to Dora grew increasingly tenuous, and it reached a breaking point over her having two children with an American journalist, Griffin Barry. On 18 January , Russell married his third wife, an Oxford undergraduate named Patricia "Peter" Spence , who had been his children's governess since Russell and Peter had one son, Conrad Sebastian Robert Russell , 5th Earl Russell, who became a prominent historian and one of the leading figures in the Liberal Democrat party.
Russell returned to the London School of Economics to lecture on the science of power in During the s, Russell became a close friend and collaborator of V. Russell opposed rearmament against Nazi Germany. In he wrote in a personal letter: He concluded that Adolf Hitler taking over all of Europe would be a permanent threat to democracy.
In , he adopted a stance toward large-scale warfare: He was appointed professor at the City College of New York CCNY in , but after a public outcry the appointment was annulled by a court judgment that pronounced him "morally unfit" to teach at the college due to his opinions, especially those relating to sexual morality , detailed in Marriage and Morals The matter was however taken to the New York Supreme Court by Jean Kay who was afraid that her daughter would be harmed by the appointment, though her daughter was not a student at CCNY.
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Russell soon joined the Barnes Foundation , lecturing to a varied audience on the history of philosophy; these lectures formed the basis of A History of Western Philosophy. His relationship with the eccentric Albert C. Barnes soon soured, and he returned to the UK in to rejoin the faculty of Trinity College. Russell participated in many broadcasts over the BBC, particularly The Brains Trust and the Third Programme , on various topical and philosophical subjects. By this time Russell was world-famous outside academic circles, frequently the subject or author of magazine and newspaper articles, and was called upon to offer opinions on a wide variety of subjects, even mundane ones.
En route to one of his lectures in Trondheim , Russell was one of 24 survivors among a total of 43 passengers of an aeroplane crash in Hommelvik in October He said he owed his life to smoking since the people who drowned were in the non-smoking part of the plane. In Russell argued in favour of a moderate socialism, capable of overcoming its metaphysical principles, in an inquiry on Dialectical Materialism , launched by the Austrian artist and philosopher Wolfgang Paalen in his journal DYN , saying, "I think the metaphysics of both Hegel and Marx plain nonsense — Marx's claim to be 'science' is no more justified than Mary Baker Eddy 's.
This does not mean that I am opposed to socialism. In a speech in , Russell said that if the USSR 's aggression continued, it would be morally worse to go to war after the USSR possessed an atomic bomb than before it possessed one, because if the USSR had no bomb the West's victory would come more swiftly and with fewer casualties than if there were atom bombs on both sides. Many understood Russell's comments to mean that Russell approved of a first strike in a war with the USSR, including Nigel Lawson , who was present when Russell spoke of such matters.
Others, including Griffin, who obtained a transcript of the speech, have argued that he was merely explaining the usefulness of America's atomic arsenal in deterring the USSR from continuing its domination of Eastern Europe. In September , one week after the USSR tested its first A-bomb, but before this became known, Russell wrote that USSR would be unable to develop nuclear weapons because following Stalin's purges only science based on Marxist principles would be practiced in the Soviet Union.
His series of six broadcasts, titled Authority and the Individual ,  explored themes such as the role of individual initiative in the development of a community and the role of state control in a progressive society. Russell continued to write about philosophy. He wrote a foreword to Words and Things by Ernest Gellner , which was highly critical of the later thought of Ludwig Wittgenstein and of ordinary language philosophy. Gilbert Ryle refused to have the book reviewed in the philosophical journal Mind , which caused Russell to respond via The Times.
The result was a month-long correspondence in The Times between the supporters and detractors of ordinary language philosophy, which was only ended when the paper published an editorial critical of both sides but agreeing with the opponents of ordinary language philosophy.
In Russell was divorced by Spence, with whom he had been very unhappy. Conrad, Russell's son by Spence, did not see his father between the time of the divorce and at which time his decision to meet his father caused a permanent breach with his mother. Russell married his fourth wife, Edith Finch , soon after the divorce, on 15 December They had known each other since , and Edith had taught English at Bryn Mawr College near Philadelphia, sharing a house for 20 years with Russell's old friend Lucy Donnelly.
Edith remained with him until his death, and, by all accounts, their marriage was a happy, close, and loving one. Russell's eldest son John suffered from serious mental illness , which was the source of ongoing disputes between Russell and his former wife Dora. In September , at the age of 89, Russell was jailed for seven days in Brixton Prison for "breach of peace" after taking part in an anti-nuclear demonstration in London.
The magistrate offered to exempt him from jail if he pledged himself to "good behaviour", to which Russell replied: In Russell played a public role in the Cuban Missile Crisis: Priestley , and the Oxford history professor Hugh Trevor-Roper. Russell also criticised the American press for failing to heed any voices critical of the official version. Bertrand Russell was opposed to war from early on, his opposition to World War I being used as grounds for his dismissal from Trinity College at Cambridge.
This incident fused two of his most controversial causes, as he had failed to be granted Fellow status, which would have protected him from firing, because he was not willing to either pretend to be a devout Christian, or at least avoid admitting he was agnostic. He later described the resolution of these issues as essential to freedom of thought and expression, citing the incident in Free Thought and Official Propaganda , where he explained that the expression of any idea, even the most obviously "bad", must be protected not only from direct State intervention, but also economic leveraging and other means of being silenced:.
The opinions which are still persecuted strike the majority as so monstrous and immoral that the general principle of toleration cannot be held to apply to them. But this is exactly the same view as that which made possible the tortures of the Inquisition. Russell spent the s and s engaged in political causes primarily related to nuclear disarmament and opposing the Vietnam War. The Russell—Einstein Manifesto was a document calling for nuclear disarmament and was signed by eleven of the most prominent nuclear physicists and intellectuals of the time.
He wrote a great many letters to world leaders during this period. In , immediately before and during the Suez Crisis , Russell expressed his opposition to European imperialism in the Middle East. He viewed the crisis as another reminder of the pressing need for a more effective mechanism for international governance, and to restrict national sovereignty to places such as the Suez Canal area "where general interest is involved". At the same time the Suez Crisis was taking place, the world was also captivated by the Hungarian Revolution and the subsequent crushing of the revolt by intervening Soviet forces.
Russell attracted criticism for speaking out fervently against the Suez war while ignoring Soviet repression in Hungary, to which he responded that he did not criticise the Soviets "because there was no need. Most of the so-called Western World was fulminating". Although he later feigned a lack of concern, at the time he was disgusted by the brutal Soviet response, and on 16 November , he expressed approval for a declaration of support for Hungarian scholars which Michael Polanyi had cabled to the Soviet embassy in London twelve days previously, shortly after Soviet troops had already entered Budapest.
Eisenhower and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev , urging a summit to consider "the conditions of co-existence". Khrushchev responded that peace could indeed be served by such a meeting. In January Russell elaborated his views in The Observer , proposing a cessation of all nuclear-weapons production, with the UK taking the first step by unilaterally suspending its own nuclear-weapons program if necessary, and with Germany "freed from all alien armed forces and pledged to neutrality in any conflict between East and West".
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Russell was asked by The New Republic , a liberal American magazine, to elaborate his views on world peace. He urged that all nuclear-weapons testing and constant flights by planes armed with nuclear weapons be halted immediately, and negotiations be opened for the destruction of all hydrogen bombs , with the number of conventional nuclear devices limited to ensure a balance of power. He proposed that Germany be reunified and accept the Oder-Neisse line as its border, and that a neutral zone be established in Central Europe, consisting at the minimum of Germany, Poland, Hungary , and Czechoslovakia , with each of these countries being free of foreign troops and influence, and prohibited from forming alliances with countries outside the zone.
In the Middle East, Russell suggested that the West avoid opposing Arab nationalism , and proposed the creation of a United Nations peacekeeping force to guard Israel's frontiers to ensure that Israel was prevented from committing aggression and protected from it. He was in contact with Lionel Rogosin while the latter was filming his anti-war film Good Times, Wonderful Times in the s. He became a hero to many of the youthful members of the New Left. In early , in particular, Russell became increasingly vocal in his disapproval of the Vietnam War , and felt that the US government's policies there were near- genocidal.
In he became the inaugural recipient of the Jerusalem Prize , an award for writers concerned with the freedom of the individual in society. In June Russell had leased Plas Penrhyn in Penrhyndeudraeth , Merionethshire, Wales and on 5 July of the following year it became his and Edith's principal residence. Russell published his three-volume autobiography in , , and Russell made a cameo appearance playing himself in the anti-war Hindi film Aman , by Mohan Kumar , which was released in India in This was Russell's only appearance in a feature film.
On 23 November he wrote to The Times newspaper saying that the preparation for show trials in Czechoslovakia was "highly alarming". The same month, he appealed to Secretary General U Thant of the United Nations to support an international war crimes commission to investigate alleged torture and genocide by the United States in South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. On 31 January Russell issued a statement condemning "Israel's aggression in the Middle East", and in particular, Israeli bombing raids being carried out deep in Egyptian territory as part of the War of Attrition.
He called for an Israeli withdrawal to the pre- Six-Day War borders. This was Russell's final political statement or act. It was read out at the International Conference of Parliamentarians in Cairo on 3 February , the day after his death. Russell died of influenza on 2 February at his home in Penrhyndeudraeth. His body was cremated in Colwyn Bay on 5 February In accordance with his will, there was no religious ceremony; his ashes were scattered over the Welsh mountains later that year.
Russell held throughout his life the following styles and honours:. Russell is generally credited with being one of the founders of analytic philosophy. He was deeply impressed by Gottfried Leibniz — , and wrote on every major area of philosophy except aesthetics. He was particularly prolific in the field of metaphysics , the logic and the philosophy of mathematics , the philosophy of language , ethics and epistemology.
When Brand Blanshard asked Russell why he did not write on aesthetics, Russell replied that he did not know anything about it, "but that is not a very good excuse, for my friends tell me it has not deterred me from writing on other subjects". On ethics, Russell considered himself a utilitarian. For the advancement of science and protection of the right to freedom of expression, Russell advocated The Will to Doubt , the recognition that all human knowledge is at most a best guess, that one should always remember:.
None of our beliefs are quite true; all have at least a penumbra of vagueness and error. For book catalogues of the original holdings, see B. In another large purchase arrived from Lord Russell's estate. Acquisitions have been made from many other sources. It is undergoing a major revision as it is being migrated from the campus mainframe to a Library Systems server. Advanced inquiries have been written, including date searches.
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