A Free Man's Worship, and Other Essays
This collection of essays is concerned with different ways of knowing; the particular problems of philosophy; and the ultimate nature of matter. They reveal Russell's lifelong preoccupation: the disentanglement with ever-increasing precision of what is subjective from what is objective.
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A Free Mans Worship
Mysticism and Logic
The Place of Science in a Liberal Education
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