Proposed Roads to Freedom

A concise version of Bertrand Russell's political philosophy and thoughts, focusing on his favoring of guild socialism. While Russell believed that pure Anarchism should be the...

The Problems With Philosophy

'The Problems of Philosophy' discusses Bertrand Russell's views on philosophy and the problems that arise in the field. Russell's views focus on knowledge rather than the...

The Problems Of Philosophy

In the following pages I have confined myself in the main to those problems of philosophy in regard to which I thought it possible to say something positive and constructive,...

Free Thought And Official Propaganda

Moncure Conway, in whose honour we are assembled to-day, devoted his life to two great objects: freedom of thought and freedom of the individual. In regard to both these objects,...

A Rare Recording of Bertrand Russell

Bertrand Russell (May 18, 1872 – February 2, 1970) was born in Monmouthshire, into one of the most prominent aristocratic families in Britain. Russell was a...

The Problem Of China

A European lately arrived in China, if he is of a receptive and reflective disposition, finds himself confronted with a number of very puzzling questions, for many of which the...

The Analysis Of Mind

This book has grown out of an attempt to harmonize two different tendencies, one in psychology, the other in physics, with both of which I find myself in sympathy, although at...

Mysticism And Logic

Metaphysics, or the attempt to conceive the world as a whole by means of thought, has been developed, from the first, by the union and conflict of two very different human...

Why I Am Not a Christian And Other Essays on Religion and Related Subjects

Dedicated as few men have been to the life of reason, Bertrand Russell has always been concerned with the basic questions to which religion also addresses itself — questions...

Proposed Roads To Freedom

The attempt to conceive imaginatively a better ordering of human society than the destructive and cruel chaos in which mankind has hitherto existed is by no means modern: it is at...

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