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Portal Site for Russellian in Japan
(a Japanese website, desigend by Akiyoshi MATSUSHITA)

Bertrand Russell, 1872.05.18 - 1970.02.02

Since: Jan. 1st, 2006
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The best life is one in which the creative impulses play
the largest part and the possessive impulses the smallest.
(Left)By Sakurako+Comic / (Right)From Late Prof. Makino's Library

Russell Collection in Waseda University
Biography (Japanese)
Bibliography e-Text
 Cover images of Russell's Books and their Japanese translations
Photo Gallary
Russell Quotes of the Day 366 / Quotations 1 / Quotations 2
  Russell's Vocaburary
 'The Days' in Russell's life
Organs concerned
Contents Recommended
 Autobiography / The Coquest of Happiness (Full Text)
 Mortals and Others: Russell's American Essays,1931-1935 (Full Text)
 The Metaphysician's Nightmares What is an agnostic?
 The Good Citizen's Alphabet, 1953

Full text of B. Russell's Books
Full Audio Book : The Problems of Philosophy, 1912
B. Russell Archives B. Russell Society  Related Web Sites

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A Liberal Decalogue, 1951
To edith - a poem
Bertrand Russell in YouTube
Bertrand Russell Quotes of the Day 366
[Russell Quote of the Day, Nov. 25, '15]
In all this I found myself closely in agreement with him (= Conrad). At our very first meeting, we talked with continually increasing intimacy. We seemed to sink through layer after layer of what was superficial, till gradually both reached the central fire. It was an experience unlike any other that I have known. We looked into each other's eyes, half appalled and half intoxicated to find ourselves together in such a region. The emotion was as intense as passionate love, and at the same time all-embracing. I came away bewildered, and hardly able to find my way among ordinary affairs.
From: Bertrand Russell: Joseph Conrad, 1953..
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Russell's library , Aug. 1972.
(From late Prof. Makino's album)