A TVO 3 part series on the famous 20th Century philosopher Bertrand Russell. This series focuses on each of Bertrand Russell’s three passions: Love, Truth, and Justice. www.redcanoeproductions.com

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From ‘A History of Western Philosophy’, Book Three, Part I, Chapter 17.

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We use names all the time, but what are they? Specifically, are they abbreviated descriptions, as Bertrand Russell said? Knowledge, Logic, and Religion Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvoAL-KSZ32fRrlUcuezyvR80Ec6qHUz_ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhilosophyTube?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/PhilosophyTube Here’s Anthony Flew’s paper on falsification and God: http://www.stephenjaygould.org/ctrl/flew_falsification.html Our comment music this week is ‘No You Girls’ by Franz Ferdinand. Clip from ‘Jurassic Park’.

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[Philosophy] The Analysis of Mind, on the Dynamics between Psychology and Physics, Audiobook by Bertrand Russell

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BBC Radio Third Programme Recording January 28, 1948. BBC Recording number T7324W. This is an excerpt from the full broadcast from cassette tape A303/5 Open University Course, Problems of Philosophy Units 7-8. Older than 50 years, out of UK/BBC copyright. Pardon the hissy audio. It was recorded 51 years ago after all. I tried to […]

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“Why do we work? From necessity or love? If the former, then our world is failing us, we are being exploited, being made slaves for the benefit of others. The ethic that work is a ‘good thing’ is a throwback to a Victorian mentality of puritanical pain and denial of our humanity, an ethic that […]

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