Bertrand Russell May 18th, 1872 - Feb. 2nd, 1970

  • Who was Bertrand Russell?

    Who was Bertrand Russell?
    Bertrand Arthur William Russel, 3rds Earl Russell, OM, FRS was born on May 18th 1872 and passed away February 2nd 1970. Russell was a British Philosopher, logician, essayist and social critic and Nobel Prize winner. He was known for his work in mathematical logic and analytic philosophy. Russell was also married 4 times and has 4 children. Russell shuffled himself as a liberal, a socialite and a pacifist but never agreed to adapt any of these intellectually.(1)
  • Nobel Prize in Literature

    During his career he made so many contributions in ethics, politics, educational theory and religious studies. One of his major accomplishments was winning the Nobel Prize in literature. “In recognition of his varied and significant writings in which he champions humanitarian ideals and freedom of thought.”
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  • Man of Peace

    Man of Peace
    Russell was a lot of times compared to Voltaire because of he wrote with style and wit. Russell was dismissed from both Trinity College, Cambridge and City College, New York. He was also noted for his anti-nuclear protests and for his campaign against western involvement in the Vietnam War.