Fact and fiction / Bertrand Russell.

New York : Simon and Schuster, [1962 [1961] .

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Standard Title Works. Selections. 1962
Subjects Filosofie.
Description 317 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1962 [1961]
Notes Selected essays, articles, addresses, and short stories.
Contents part 1. Books that influenced me in youth: The importance of Shelley -- The romance of revolt -- Revolt in the abstract -- Disgust and its antidote -- An education in history -- The pursuit of truth -- part 2. Politics and education: What is freedom? -- What is democracy? -- A scientist's plea for democracy -- The story of colonization -- Pros and cons of nationalism -- The reasoning of Europeans -- The world I should like to live in -- Old and young cultures -- Education for a difficult world -- University education -- part 3. Divertissements: Cranks -- The right will prevail or The road to Lhasa -- Newly discovered maxims of La Rochefoucauld -- Nightmares: The fisherman's nightmare or Magna est veritas ; The theologian's nightmare -- Dreams: Jowett ; God ; Henry the navigator ; Prince Napoleon Louis ; The catalogue -- Parables: Planetary effulgence ; The misfortune of being out of date ; Murderers' fatherland: a fable -- part 4. Peace and war: Psychology and East-West tension -- War and peace in my lifetime -- The social responsibility of scientists -- Three essentials for a stable world -- Population pressure and war -- Formal address to the Congress of the Pugwash Movement at Vienna, September 20, 1958 -- Address to the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament meeting at Manchester, May 1, 1959 -- What neutrals can do to save the world -- The case for British neutralism -- Can war be abolished? -- Human life is in danger.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)371357
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WorldCat Identities Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970.
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