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1 McInnes concluded by quoting the English philosopher Bertrand Russell: "If I were a medical man, I should prescribe a holiday to any patient who considers work important.
2 There is a story about Bertrand Russell giving a public lecture somewhere or other, defending his atheism.
3 Philosopher Bertrand Russell, asked if he was willing to die for his beliers, replied: "Of course not.
4 Bertrand Russell probably sums up the problem with More's vision best when he says, 'life in More's Utopia, as in most others, would be intolerably dull.
5 This article summarizes the argument of Descartes and refutation of Bertrand Russell and John Fowles' compromise.
6 shaw, Bertrand Russell, Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary pickford all walked the bund and drank in the peace, then the cathay, hotel.
7 As the philosopher Bertrand Russell warned, you shouldn't mistake wishes for facts.
8 The best example is Bertrand Russell's work.
9 A Hollywood actress once met the British philosopher, Bertrand Russell.
10 In fact, Bertrand Russell once said: "I am compelled to fear that science will be used to promote the power of dominant groups rather than to make men happy."
11 of the great thinkers: H.L. Mencken, Tom Paine, Mark Twain, Abraham Lincoln, Bertrand Russell, and Jane Austen.
12 In those ten years, among others whom I met was the British philosopher Bertrand Russell.
13 Bertrand Russell, one of the great thinkers of our age.
14 Bertrand Russell was dazzled by him; T.S. Eliot called him a "grand Seigneur, the grandest I have ever met."
15 It summarizes Bertrand Russell's pedagogic thinking that educational purpose is to cultivate students' positive characters and healthy physiques.
16 The logical atomism discussed in this article is the major philosophical ideology of Bertrand Russell after the year of 1899 and of Ludwig Wittgenstein's early stage.
17 Philosopher Bertrand Russell supported this critique, noting that "[p]eace and war, tariffs, regulations of sanitary conditions and the sale of noxious drugs, the preservation of a just system of distribution: these, among others, are functions which could hardly be performed in a community in which there was no central government".
18 There he met several Bloomsbury Group figures, including Bertrand Russell, Alfred North Whitehead, and Clive Bell.
19 His friend Bertrand Russell had a low opinion on the philosopher, and attacked him in his History of Western Philosophy for hypocritically praising asceticism yet not acting upon it. Opposite to Russell on the foundations of mathematics, the Dutch mathematician L. E. J. Brouwer incorporated Kant's and Schopenhauer's ideas in intuitionism, where mathematics is considered a purely mental activity instead of an analytic activity wherein objective properties of reality are revealed.
20 He signed the Russell–Einstein Manifesto with British philosopher Bertrand Russell, which highlighted the danger of nuclear weapons.
21 The work of Frege was further simplified and amplified by Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell in their Principia Mathematica (1910–1913).
22 Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) declared Why I Am Not a Christian in 1927, a classic statement of agnosticism.
23 From 1952 until his death he worked against nuclear tests and nuclear weapons with Albert Einstein, Otto Hahn and Bertrand Russell.
24 Bertrand Russell in the History of Western Philosophy interprets Anaximander's theories as an assertion of the necessity of an appropriate balance between earth, fire, and water, all of which may be independently seeking to aggrandize their proportions relative to the others.
25 He followed in the footsteps of Bertrand Russell by debating with the Jesuit scholar Frederick Copleston on the topic of religion.
26 Ayer wrote two books on the philosopher Bertrand Russell, Russell and Moore: The Analytic Heritage (1971) and Russell (1972).
27 Philosopher Bertrand Russell was impressed by Augustine's meditation on the nature of time in the Confessions, comparing it favourably to Kant's version of the view that time is subjective.
28 But Sapir had since become influenced by a current of logical positivism, such as that of Bertrand Russell and the early Ludwig Wittgenstein, particularly through Ogden and Richards' The Meaning of Meaning, from which he adopted the view that natural language potentially obscures, rather than facilitates, the mind to perceive and describe the world as it really is. In this view, proper perception could only be accomplished through formal logics.
29 Despite her religious conservatism, she held progressive views in other areas (accepting Darwinism and supporting Irish Home Rule), and her influence on Bertrand Russell's outlook on social justice and standing up for principle remained with him throughout his life.
30 A later conviction for publicly lecturing against inviting the United States to enter the war on the United Kingdom's side resulted in six months' imprisonment in Brixton Prison (see Bertrand Russell's political views) in 1918.