Bertrand Russell on Happiness & Unhappiness
Thoughts on happiness and unhappiness from one of the twentieth century's most notable philosophers, mathematicians, and activists.
I was doing some research about eighteen months ago for a series of articles on the nature of happiness, and material came my way from mathematician and philosopher Bertrand Russell. If you have not heard of him before, here’s a very brief introduction;
Bertrand A.W. Russell was a British philosopher born in London to an aristocratic family in 1872. His …
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