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RUSSELL by Stephen Priest

CONTENTS

Bertrand Russell (1872-1970), the English philosopher and political activist, argues that the whole of mathematics may be derived from certain logical axioms. In his philosophy of mind he tries to reconcile the existence of consciousness with the world described by science. In his politics he is a liberal with an acute sense of justice. Stephen Priest's clear introduction explains Russell's concepts and arguments in an accessible way.

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