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By Bertrand Russell (1912)

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(1872 - 1970)

British Mathematician with a Socialist, Pacifist, Freethinker's Ideology

: Russell's external career has been checkered. The descendant of one of the great families of the Whig aristocracy, he has always delighted in standing up for his radical convictions with willful stubbornness. In 1916, he was deprived of his lectureship at Trinity College, Cambridge, after his pacifist activities had brought him into conflict with the government... (From: Anarchy Archives.)
• "Either war or civilization must end..." (From: "The Bomb and Civilization," by Bertrand Russell, ....)
• "...if atomic bombs are used on both sides, it is to be expected that all large cities will be completely wiped out..." (From: "The Bomb and Civilization," by Bertrand Russell, ....)
• "It is impossible to imagine a more dramatic and horrifying combination of scientific triumph with political and moral failure than has been shown to the world in the destruction of Hiroshima." (From: "The Bomb and Civilization," by Bertrand Russell, ....)


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The interrogations indicate places where a view is discussed, not asserted [To use this index divide the sought page number by the number of pages in the book, 160, and scroll down that fraction. Example: "Phenomenon" is on page 86. 86/160=53%. Scroll down 53% into the file and there you are. (Or just use the search function.)]

  • Absolute idea, 142
  • Acquaintance, 43 ff., 60, 108, 109, 119, 136 with Self? 50
  • Act, mental, 41
  • Analytic, 82
  • Appearance, 9, 16
  • A priori, 74-7, 80, 82 ff., 103 ff. mental? 88
  • Arithmetic, 84
  • Association, 62 63 65
  • Being, 100
  • Belief, 119 ff., instinctive, 24 25
  • Berkeley, George (Bishop), 12, 13, 15, 16, 36, 38 ff., 73, 95, 97
  • Bismarck, Prince Otto von, 54-8
  • Bradley, Francis Herbert, 95
  • Cantor, Georg, 147
  • Causality, 63, 69, 83
  • China, Emperor of, 44, 75
  • Cogito, ergo sum, 18. See Descartes
  • Coherence, 122, 123, 140
  • Colors, 8-10, 34, 35, 138
  • Concept, 52
  • Constituents, 126
  • Contradiction, law of, 72, 83
  • Correspondence of belief and fact, 121 ff.
  • Correspondence of sense-data and physical objects, 22, 24, 31, 33, 34, 37, 39
  • Criterion, 140
  • Critical philosophy, 82 ff.
  • Deduction, 79
  • Descartes, Erné, 18, 19, 73, 150
  • Description, 45, 47, 52 ff., 109
  • Divisibility, infinite, 146, 147
  • Doubt, 17, 18, 25, 150
  • Dreams, 19, 22, 110, 122
  • Duration, 32
  • Empiricists, 73-5, 86, 95
  • Error, 110 119 ff., 139, 151
  • Excluded middle, 72
  • Existence, 100, knowledge of, 17 ff., 60, 73
  • Experience: extended by descriptions, 59, 60, 148 immediate, 7, 18
  • Facts, 136-8
  • Falsehood, 120 ff. definition of, 1Z8
  • Generalization, empirical, 78
  • Geometry, 77, 84
  • Hallucinations. See Dreams
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 141
  • Hume, David, 73, 83, 95, 97
  • Ideas, 38 ff., 99
    • abstract, 48, 95
    • innate, 73
    • platonic, 91-3
  • Idealism, 37-45 defined, 37 grounds of, 38 ff.
  • Idealists, 36
  • Identity, law of, 72
  • Induction, 60-9, 79, 107 principle of, 66, 67, 112
  • Inference, logical and psychological, 134
  • Infinity, 146, 147
  • Innate ideas and principles. See Ideas
  • Introspection, 49
  • Kant, Immanuel, 81-90, 146
  • Knowledge:
    • by acquaintance and by description, 44-59, 108-9
    • definition of, 131 ff., 159
    • derivative, 109, 133-5
    • indubitable? 7, 151
    • intuitive, 109, 111-8, 133, 135 ff., 149
    • of future, 60 ff.
    • of general principles, 70-81, 84, 107
    • of things and of truths, 44, 46, 108, 109, 144
    • of universe, 26, 141, 155
    • only of mental things? 41 ff.
    • philosophical, 149, 154
    • theory of, 38
  • Laws, general, 63, 67, 74
  • Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, 15, 16, 36, 73, 95
  • Light, 28-9
  • Locke, John, 73
  • Logic, 71, 91, 123, 147-8
  • Mathematics, 77, 84
  • Matter, 12
    • existence of, 13, 15, 17-26, 43
    • nature of, 27-36
  • Memory, 48, 114 ff.
  • Mind, 13, 52 the only reality? 14. See also Idealists what is in the, 38 ff., 99
  • Monad, 95
  • Modadism, 95
  • Monism, 95
  • Motion, laws of, 61, 64
  • Nature of a thing, 144
  • Necessity, 78
  • Object of apprehension, 41-3 of judgment, 126, 127
  • Particular, 93
  • Perception, 113-4, 117, 137
  • Phenomenon, 86, 87
  • Philosophy, value of, 153-161 uncertainty of, 154, 155
  • Physical objects, 12, 19, 33, 34, 52, 85, 108
  • Plato, 91 ff.
  • Principles, general, 70-81
  • Probable opinion, 139-40
  • Probability, 62 ff., 73
  • Proper names, 54 ff., 93
  • Propositions, constituents of, 53, 54
  • Qualities, 90, 95, 97, 101
  • Rationalists, 73, 86
  • Reality, 9 ff., 16
  • Relations, 31, 32, 34, 97, 101 ff., 143-5 multiple, 123-7 sense of, 127
  • Resemblance, 96, 102
  • Self, 19, 50, 51, 87
  • Self-consciousness, 50
  • Self-evidence, 112-8 degrees of, 117, 138 two kinds of, 136 ff.
  • Sensation, 12 85 86
  • Sense-data, 12, 15-17, 21-4, 27, 30, 32-4, 46, 85, 137 certainty of, 18-21
  • Shapes, 1O, 11, 33
  • Solipsism, 21-4
  • Space, 29 ff., 146
    • Euclidean and non-Euclidean, 147
    • physical, 29-33
  • Spinoza, Baruch, 94, 95
  • Subject, 126
  • 'Thing in itself', 86
  • 'Thought, Laws of', 72, 88, 89
  • Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous, in Opposition to Skeptics and Atheists, 12
  • Time, 32 ff., 87, 102, 146
  • Touch, 11
  • Truth, 119-130 Definition of, 128
  • Uniformity of nature, 63
  • Universals, 48, 52, 91-100, 148 knowledge of, 101-10, 137
  • Verbs, 94
(1872 - 1970)

British Mathematician with a Socialist, Pacifist, Freethinker's Ideology

: Russell's external career has been checkered. The descendant of one of the great families of the Whig aristocracy, he has always delighted in standing up for his radical convictions with willful stubbornness. In 1916, he was deprived of his lectureship at Trinity College, Cambridge, after his pacifist activities had brought him into conflict with the government... (From: Anarchy Archives.)
• "It is impossible to imagine a more dramatic and horrifying combination of scientific triumph with political and moral failure than has been shown to the world in the destruction of Hiroshima." (From: "The Bomb and Civilization," by Bertrand Russell, ....)
• "...if atomic bombs are used on both sides, it is to be expected that all large cities will be completely wiped out..." (From: "The Bomb and Civilization," by Bertrand Russell, ....)
• "Either war or civilization must end..." (From: "The Bomb and Civilization," by Bertrand Russell, ....)

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