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Bertrand Russell


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1950
   the winner was   
Bertrand Russell
United Kingdom, 1872-1970; "in recognition of his varied and significant writings in which he champions humanitarian ideals and freedom of thought"
Bertrand Russell
   lifespan was   
1872-1970
British philosopher and mathematician; winner of Nobel Prize for Literature, 1950
Bertrand Russell
   was born in   
Trellek, Wales
Philosopher and mathematician. He has also been called the most important logician, since the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle
Bertrand Russell
   said   
"Mathematics, Rightly Viewed, Posses Not Only Truth, but Supreme Beauty a Beauty Cold and Austere, Like That of Sculpture"
English logician and philosopher
Bertrand Russell
   said   
"One of the Symptoms of an Approaching Nervous Breakdown is the Belief That One's Work is Terribly Important"
British philosopher, historian, logician and mathematician
Bertrand Russell
   said   
"This is One of Those Views Which Are So Absolutely Absurd That Only Very Learned Men Could Possibly Adopt Them"
British philosopher, historian, logician and mathematician
Bertrand Russell
   said   
"Many People Would Sooner Die Than Think. In Fact They Do"
British philosopher, historian, logician and mathematician
Bertrand Russell
   said   
"No One Gossips About Other People’s Secret Virtues"
British philosopher, historian, logician and mathematician
Our Knowledge of the External World
   was written by   
Bertrand Russell
1914
An Inquiry Into Meaning and Truth
   was written by   
Bertrand Russell
1940
Alfred North Whitehead & Bertrand Russell
   wrote   
Principia Mathematica
1910-1913. Mathematics
Bertrand Russell
   wrote   
The Problems of Philosophy






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