What I Believe
Autor: Bertrand Russell
Sinopse – What I Believe – Bertrand Russell
Bertrand Russell believed that the good life was one ‘inspired by love and guided by knowledge.’ In this classic essay Russell offers a brilliant statement of some of the central beliefs and arguments underpinning his philosophy as a whole, from the disinterested pursuit of truth and the pros and cons of modern science, to his warning that religion offers no comfort in the face of an indifferent universe. Showing Russell at his very best this edition also includes two additional essays, ‘How I Write’ and ‘Why I Took to Philosophy’, where Russell offers sage advice to the aspiring writer and some fascinating autobiographical insights into what drew him to philosophy as a young boy.
What I Believe – Bertrand Russell
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