First published in 1981. This collection includes a careful selection of some of the wittiest and most pungent of Russell's writings, that are instructive and delightful, both for the philosopher and the layman. The reader will gain an appreciation of the serious thought and keen humour of Russell's writings as well as understand why Russell has been both an influential and controversial figure for more than half a century.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Psychology; Chapter 2 Religion; Chapter 3 Sex and Marriage; Chapter 4 Education; Chapter 5 Politics; Chapter 6 Ethics;
Robert E. Egner Department of Philosophy, College of the Mainland Texas City, Texas, U.S.A.