Author: Bertrand Russell
Publisher: Manjul Publishing House
ISBN/UPC (if available): 818677551X
Recognized as one of the founders of Analytic Philosophy, Nobelist Bertrand Russell made significant contributions to areas as far-ranging as education, politics, history, religion, and science. In this valuable A to Z lexicon of his writings, he explains his fundamental principles, from objectivity to ontological argument to logical certainty. Readers will also hear his comments on such non-mathematical subjects as war, evil, and the purpose and goal of humankind-observations as relevant today as they were when he first espoused them.
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It is not by prayer and humility that you cause things to go as you wish, but by acquiring a knowledge of natural laws.