Location: WAB – 740 University Ave.
The Bertrand Russell Society was formed shortly after Russell’s death. Russell (1872-1970) worked in fields such as mathematical logic; philosophy; social, religious, and educational reform; anti-war protests; and politics. An accomplished writer, Russell received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1950. This ongoing lecture series promises to enlighten and entertain. Monthly meetings are open to everyone, not just members of the Society.
January 12: “Indignation” (2016) and other films with Russell content
February 9: Was Russell a Utopian?
March 9: Religiosity, Religion, and the Human Spirit
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