In praise of idleness and other essays, by Bertrand Russell.

New York, W.W. Norton and Company [1935] .

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Subjects Problèmes sociaux.
Social problems.
Description viii pages, 1 leaf, 11-270 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1935]
Notes "First edition."
Bound in brown cloth over boards; pencil signature of L.B. Riddle on title page.
Inserted is Russell's essay, "The exceptional man," taken from an issue of the Atlantic monthly.
Contents In praise of idleness.--"Useless" knowledge.--Architecture and social questions.--The modern Midas.--The ancestry of fascism.--Scylla and Charybdis; or, Communism and fascism.--The case for socialism.--Western civilization.--On youthful cynicism.--Modern homogeneity.--Men versus insects.--Education and discipline.--Stoicism and mental health.--On comets.--What is the soul?
Network Numbers (OCoLC)265081
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WorldCat Identities Russell, Bertrand, 1872-1970.
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