We missed the anniversary by a month and a few days, but on 4 March 1919, Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy was published (see Russell's letter to Constance Malleson). A free copy of the text in various formats can be found here, thanks to our Vice President, Kevin C. Klement (UMass Amherst). A free audio book … Continue reading Centenary of IMP
It is renewal draw time! Members that renew or gift memberships for 2019 before January 1st will be entered into a drawing for a copy of The Philosophy of Logical Atomism: A Centenary Reappraisal. Rumor has it that the editors might autograph the copy, too. Renewals may be completed here: https://bertrandrussellsociety.org/renew/ Why Renew? Why should … Continue reading 2019 Renewal Draw!
We encourage you all to read the note, New and of Note, from the Bertrand Russell Research Centre's Andrew Bone! Here is the link: http://russell.mcmaster.ca/2018note.htm. It is also quoted below: 2018 has been a busy and productive, if not momentous, year in the life of the Bertrand Russell Research Centre. The most significant development has … Continue reading 2018 in Review – Russell Research Centre
Our president, Timothy Madigan, has just put out the call for papers for the Bertrand Russell Society's 2019 meeting! The 2019 meeting is locally organized by our vice-president, Kevin C. Klement. The BRS 2019 meeting is also held just after the SSHAP 2019 meeting. Participants are encouraged to attend and present at both meetings! The … Continue reading Call for Papers: 2019 Meeting (Amherst, MA)
The Bertrand Russell Society is happy to promote the 2018 Bertrand Russell Peace Lecture. The lecture is free and open to the public! The lecture, "What Hath Trump Wrought", is to be given by Dr. Andrew Bacevich, Professor Emeritus of the International Relation and History program at Boston University. The lecture will be held on … Continue reading 2018 Bertrand Russell Peace Lecture