This ( = The Apostles) was a small discussion society, containing one or two people from each year on the average, which met eyery Saturday night. It has existed since 1820, and has had as members most of the people of any intellectual eminence who have been at Cambridge since then. ... It was a principle in discussion that there were to be no taboos, no limitations, nothing considered shocking, no barriers to absolute freedom of speculation. We discussed all manner of things, ...
Source: The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell, v.1
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