Definition of Bertrand Russell
1. Noun. English philosopher and mathematician who collaborated with Whitehead (1872-1970).
Generic synonyms: Logician, Logistician, Philosopher
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1. Modern Essays by Christopher Morley (1921)
"A FREE MAN'S WORSHIP By Bertrand Russell "A Free Man's Worship" was written in ... Bertrand Russell was born in 1872, studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, ..."
2. English and American Philosophy Since 1800: A Critical Survey by Arthur Kenyon Rogers (1922)
"Bertrand Russell 1. On the whole, the outstanding figure of the new realism is probably that of Bertrand Russell. This position he owes in the first place ..."
3. Readings in English History Drawn from the Original Sources: Intended to by Edward Potts Cheyney (1922)
"A criticism of the government by Bertrand Russell We hear that Germany has addressed note to Belgian Minister for Foreign Affairs stating that German ..."
4. The International Congress of Women of 1899 by International Council of Women (1900)
"Mrs Bertrand Russell (Great Britain). THE two meetings of the Girls' ... Mrs Bertrand Russell acting as convener, and Miss Violet Brooke-Hunt as secretary. ..."
5. Current Social and Industrial Forces by Lionel Danforth Edie (1920)
"Bertrand Russell: Roads to Freedom* (p. 95) Whatever may be thought of the practicability of Syndicalism, there is no doubt that the ideas which it has put ..."