Quotes by Bertrand Arthur William Russell

Mathematician, philosopher, logician, essayist and activist, born saturday may 18, 1872 in Trellech, Monmouthshire (United Kingdom), died monday february 2, 1970 in Penrhyndeudraeth, Wales (United Kingdom)
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For all the life I have desired to feel in unison to me with great masses of men, as it must be for who it takes part of a great keen crowd. Desire has been often so strong to induce me to trick myself. I have imagined myself to be liberal, now socialist, now pacifist, but in the deeper sense I've been never one or the other. Skeptical intellect, when more I would have wished that it shut up, has always murmured its doubts, it has cut me out from the easy enthusiasms of the others and it has transported me in a desolate loneliness.
Bertrand Arthur William Russell
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