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Bertrand Russell von Ray Monk

Bertrand Russell Ray Monk

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Zusammenfassung

The second volume of Ray Monk's biography of Bertrand Russell focuses on Russell's tragic and moving relationship with his first son John. It uses the relationship as a centerpoint to expound on Russell's public achievements, such as his political campaigning for peace.

Bertrand Russell Zusammenfassung

Bertrand Russell: v.2: 1921-70 The Ghost of Madness Ray Monk

This magnificent biography completes the most searching examination yet published of Bertrand Russell's life and work. Whereas Ray Monk's first volume focused on Russell's colossal achievements in philosophy and his often tortured relations with friends and lovers, this volume has at its centre the tragic and deeply moving story of Russell's relationship with his first son, John. Following the lead set by Russell in his Autobiography, previous biographies have concentrated in the second half of his life on his public activities - his founding of a school, his political campaigning for peace and so on. All this is covered in abundant detail in this book, but what distinguishes it is the illumination it throws on the most important relationship in Russell's life, the one in which he invested the most time and emotional energy and one that has, until now, remained largely untold. This book traces that story, from Russell's ecstasy at John's birth to his frightened dismay at John's collapse into madness, showing the fervour of his hopes for education and parenthood in producing the 'independent, fearless and free' generation of which he expected to John to provide an example and the corresponding depth of his disappointment and despair when John turned out to be schizophrenic and the reform of society a good deal more difficult than he had imagined.

Über Ray Monk

Ray Monk is the author of Ludwig Wittgenstein: The Duty of a Genius, for which he won the Mail on Sunday/John Llewellyn Rhys Prize and the Duff Cooper Award, and Betrand Russell: The Spirit of Solitude. He is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southampton.

Zusätzliche Informationen

GOR002883959
9780224051729
0224051725
Bertrand Russell: v.2: 1921-70 The Ghost of Madness Ray Monk
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Gebundene Ausgabe
Vintage Publishing
2000-10-05
592
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