Let the People Think
By Bertrand Russell
May 2003 Reprint of the 1961 2nd Edition, London
116 pages, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
$25.00 Paper Original
As a stylist, as well as a philosopher, Bertrand Russell has a permanent place in English literature. In this selection of his essays, first published in 1941 and long out of print, sparkling wit and crystal clarity combine with a profundity and deep humanity that single him out as one of the world's most formative thinkers. Among diverse subjects, this edition includes Russell's thoughts on the value of skepticism, free thought and propaganda, mental health, fascism, insects and comets.
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