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Extractions: The Little Search Engine that Could Down to Name Citations LC Online Catalog Amazon Search Book Citations [First 20 Records] Author: Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970. Title: An essay on the foundations of geometry, by Bertrand A.W. Russell ... Published: Cambridge, University press, 1897. Description: xvi, 201, [1] p. diagrs. 23 cm. LC Call No.: QA681 .R96 Subjects: Geometry Foundations. Control No.: 05019207 //r842 Author: Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970. Title: Philosophical essays / by Bertrand Russell. Published: London ; New York : Longmans, Green, 1910. Description: vi, 185 p. ; 24 cm. LC Call No.: B1649.R93 P5 1910 Dewey No.: 192 19 Subjects: Philosophy. Control No.: a 10002114 //r912 Author: Richardson, Robert P. (Robert Porterfi Title: Numbers, variables and Mr. Russell's philosophy by Robert P. Richardson and Edward H. Landis. Published: Chicago, London, The Open court publishing company, 1915. Description: 1 p.l., 59 p. 20 cm. LC Call No.: QA9.R9 R6 Notes: Reprinted from "The Monist" of July 1915. Subjects: Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970. Principles of mathematics. Mathematics Philosophy. Other authors: Landis, Edward H. (Edward Horace), 1876- joint author. Control No.: 16021787 //r842 Author: Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970. Title: A history of western philosophy, and its connection with political and social circumstances from the earliest times to the present day. Published: New York, Simon and Schuster [1945] Description: xxiii, 895 p., 1 l. 23 cm. LC Call No.: B72 .R8 Dewey No.: 109 Notes: At head of title: Bertrand Russell. "Originally designed and partly delivered as lectures at the Barnes foundation in Pennsylvania."Pref. Subjects: Philosophy History. Control No.: 45008884 //r85
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Extractions: Born in Trelleck, Wales, on May 18, 1872, Russell was educated at Trinity College, University of Cambridge. After graduation in 1894, he traveled in France, Germany, and the United States and was then made a fellow of Trinity College. From an early age he developed a strong sense of social consciousness; at the same time, he involved himself in the study of logical and mathematical questions, which he had made his special fields and on which he was called to lecture at many institutions throughout the world. He achieved prominence with his first major work, The Principles of Mathematics (1902), in which he attempted to remove mathematics from the realm of abstract philosophical notions and to give it a precise scientific framework. Russell then collaborated for eight years with the British philosopher and mathematician Alfred North Whitehead to produce the monumental work Principia Mathematica (3 volumes, 1910-1913). This work showed that mathematics can be stated in terms of the concepts of general logic, such as class and membership in a class. It became a masterpiece of rational thought. Russell and Whitehead proved that numbers can be defined as classes of a certain type, and in the process they developed logic concepts and a logic notation that established symbolic logic as an important specialization within the field of philosophy. In his next major work
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Extractions: British philosopher and mathematician who contributed to the development of modern mathematical logic and wrote about social issues. His works include Principia Mathematica 1910-13 (with A N Whitehead), in which he attempted to show that mathematics could be reduced to a branch of logic; The Problems of Philosophy 1912; and A History of Western Philosophy 1946. He was an outspoken liberal pacifist. Nobel Prize for Literature 1950. Russell was born in Monmouthshire, the grandson of Prime Minister John Russell. He studied mathematics and philosophy at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he became a lecturer 1910. His pacifist attitude in World War I lost him the lectureship, and he was imprisoned for six months for an article he wrote in a pacifist journal. His Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy 1919 was written in prison. He and his wife ran a progressive school 1927-32. After visits to the USSR and China, he went to the USA 1938 and taught at many universities. In 1940, a US court disqualified him from teaching at City College of New York because of his liberal moral views. He later returned to England and resumed his fellowship at Trinity College.
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Extractions: Born in Trelleck, Wales, on May 18, 1872, Russell was educated at Trinity College, University of Cambridge. After graduation in 1894, he traveled in France, Germany, and the United States and was then made a fellow of Trinity College. From an early age he developed a strong sense of social consciousness; at the same time, he involved himself in the study of logical and mathematical questions, which he had made his special fields and on which he was called to lecture at many institutions throughout the world. He achieved prominence with his first major work, The Principles of Mathematics (1902), in which he attempted to remove mathematics from the realm of abstract philosophical notions and to give it a precise scientific framework. Russell condemned both sides in World War I (1914-1918), and for his uncompromising stand he was fined, imprisoned, and deprived of his teaching post at Cambridge. In prison he wrote Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy (1919), combining the two areas of knowledge he regarded as inseparable. After the war he visited the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic, and in his book Practice and Theory of Bolshevism (1920) he expressed his disappointment with the form of socialism practiced there. He felt that the methods used to achieve a Communist system were intolerable and that the results obtained were not worth the price paid.
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Extractions: British philosopher, mathematician, and Nobel laureate, whose emphasis on logical analysis influenced the course of 20th-century philosophy. Born in Trelleck, Wales, on May 18, 1872, Russell was educated at Trinity College, University of Cambridge. After graduation in 1894, he traveled in France, Germany, and the United States and was then made a fellow of Trinity College. From an early age he developed a strong sense of social consciousness; at the same time, he involved himself in the study of logical and mathematical questions, which he had made his special fields and on which he was called to lecture at many institutions throughout the world. He achieved prominence with his first major work, The Principles of Mathematics (1902), in which he attempted to remove mathematics from the realm of abstract philosophical notions and to give it a precise scientific framework. Russell then collaborated for eight years with the British philosopher and mathematician Alfred North Whitehead to produce the monumental work Principia Mathematica (3 volumes, 1910-1913). This work showed that mathematics can be stated in terms of the concepts of general logic, such as class and membership in a class. It became a masterpiece of rational thought. Russell and Whitehead proved that numbers can be defined as classes of a certain type, and in the process they developed logic concepts and a logic notation that established symbolic logic as an important specialization within the field of philosophy.
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Extractions: Russell, Bertrand (Arthur William), 3rd Earl Welsh philosopher and mathematician. Most notable works: The Analysis of Mind An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth (1940), and Human Knowledge: Its Scope and Limits His early works German Social Democracy (1896) and An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry (1877) demonstrated his skill as an exponent in his two chosen fields. He became famous for his application of mathematical reasoning to the solution of ethical and political problems. Referenced from The Wordsworth Companion to Literature in English Back to Quotes, Gossip, and Trivia about T.S. Eliot
Extractions: 2 PLAC Prime Minister 1846-52 and 1865-6 RUSSELL, LORD JOHN (1792-1878), served as prime minister of Britain from 1846 to 1852 and in 1865 and 1866. But he is probably more famous for his earlier leadership of the British reform movement. Russell was born in London, a son of the sixth Duke of Bedford. His family had been active in the Whig Party and was known for its support of civil rights. Russell was elected to the British House of Commons in 1813. In 1828, he made a motion that led to the repeal of the Test acts and the Corporation Act. As a result, Protestants who did not belong to the Church of England were allowed to participate fully in English politics for the first time. Russell also helped write and pass the Reform Act of 1832, which gave more middle-class men the right to vote. He became Earl Russell in 1861. John RUSSELL 1 UPDA
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