Portal Site for Russellian in Japan
(a Japanese website, desigend by Akiyoshi MATSUSHITA)

Bertrand Russell, 1872.05.18 - 1970.02.02

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The best life is one in which the creative impulses play
the largest part and the possesive impulses the smallest.
(Left)By Sakurako+Comic / (Right)From Late Prof. Makino's Library

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A Liberal Decalogue, 1951
To edith - a poem
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[Russell Quote of the Day, Oct. 21, '14]

If a very rich man asks a very poor girl to marry him, she is likely, especially if she has social ambitions, to feel a kind of gratitude which will lead her to fall in love with him, provided he is not too repulsive ; at any rate, he will need a smaller degree of personal attractiveness than a poor man would need. To him that hath shall be given ; wealth can often purchase not only the semblance of love but its reality. This is unjust and undesirable but nonetheless a fact.
From: Bertrand Russell: Love and Money,, Dec. 14th, 1932. In: Mortals and Others, v.1 (1975)
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Russell's library , Aug. 1972.
(From late Prof. Makino's album)

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