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*Bertrand Russell*.

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Bertrand Russell and the Paradoxes of Set Theory
Overview
Bertrand Russell's discovery and proposed solution of the paradox that bears his name at the beginning of the twentieth century had imp...
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Bertrand Arthur Russell
1872-1970
British mathematician and philosopher. The son of an earl, Russell was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. In 1903 Russell published a book on the Principles of M...
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Russell, Bertrand
Bertrand Arthur William Russell (1872–1970) was a British philosopher, logician, mathematician, and essayist as well as a champion of humanitarian ideals and influential cri...
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Russell, Bertrand Arthur William(1872–1970)
Bertrand Arthur William Russell, the British philosopher, mathematician, and social reformer, was born in Trelleck, Wales. He was the grandson of Lor...
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Whitehead and Russell
In The Principles of Mathematics, published in 1903, Bertrand Russell (1872–1970) set out to establish the logicist view that "all pure mathematics deals exclusivel...
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The Welsh mathematician, philosopher, and social reformer Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3d Earl Russell (1872-1970), made original and decisive contributions to logic and mathematics and wrote with...
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Bertrand Russell is best known to the general public as a political writer and activist, and to the learned world as a mathematician and philosopher. In the former role he was famous, or perhaps notor...
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Bertrand Russell was well known during his lifetime as a controversial public figure; in retrospect, he has been evaluated primarily as a philosopher and social critic. As a public figure he opposed W...
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Russell was born to an aristocratic family that had long been active in British social and political life. His grandfather, John Russell (1792-1878), served twice as Prime Minister of England, and his...
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A seminal figure in 20th-century mathematical logic and philosophy, Bertrand Russell produced more than seventy books and pamphlets on topics ranging from mathematics and logic to philosophy, religion...
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"The point of philosophy is to start with something so simple as not to seem worth stating, and to end with something so paradoxical that no one will believe it"
- Bertrand Russell, The Philosophy ...
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