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

Bertrand Russell, 1872.05.18 - 1970.02.02

Since: Jan. 1st, 2006
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The best life is one in which the creative impulses play
the largest part and the possessive impulses the smallest.
(Left)By Sakurako+Comic / (Right)From Late Prof. Makino's Library

Russell Collection in Waseda University
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Russell Quotes of the Day 366 / Quotations 1 / Quotations 2
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Contents Recommended

 Autobiography / The Coquest of Happiness (Full Text)
 Mortals and Others: Russell's American Essays,1931-1935 (Full Text)
 The Metaphysician's Nightmares What is an agnostic?
 The Good Citizen's Alphabet, 1953

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A Liberal Decalogue, 1951
To edith - a poem
Bertrand Russell in YouTube
Bertrand Russell Quotes of the Day 366
[Russell Quote of the Day, Nov. 28, '15]

It is difficult to think of any instance of a poet who was 'good' at the times when he was writing good poetry. Dante was deported for subversive propaganda; Shakespeare, to judge by the Sonnets, would not have been allowed by American immigration officers to land in New York. It is of the essence of a 'good' man that he supports the Government; therefore, Milton was good during the reign of Cromwell, and bad before and after; but it was before and after that he wrote his poetry - in fact most of it was written after he had narrowly escaped hanging as a Bolshevik. ...
From: Bertrand Russell: The Harm That Good Men Do,1926..
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Russell's library , Aug. 1972.
(From late Prof. Makino's album)