By Bertrand Russell
Bertrand Russell used to be considered as one of many 20th century’s maximum minds. popular for his profound wisdom and arguable method of a myriad of other matters and matters, his prolific works additionally exhibited nice highbrow wit and humour. Bertrand Russell’s top is a suite of Russell’s wittiest and so much stinky writings. First released in 1958, this delightfully humorous and interesting publication is a remarkable testomony to the extraordinary existence, paintings and wit of Bertrand Russell.
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It is a curious and painful fact that almost all the completely futile treatments that have been believed in during the long history of medical folly have been such as caused acute suffering to the patient. When anaesthetics were discovered, pious people considered them an attempt to evade the will of God. It was pointed out, however, that when God extracted Adam’s rib He put him into a deep sleep. This proved that anaesthetics are all right for men; women, however, ought to suffer because of the curse of Eve.
Autobiography of Bertrand Russell 1969 BRSM Bertrand Russell Speaks his Mind 1960 BWBR The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell 1961 CH The Conquest of Happiness 1930 CSNW Common Sense and Nuclear Warfare 1959 DBR Dear Bertrand Russell 1969 DMMM Dictionary of Mind, Matter and Morals 1952 EEEC Education, Especially In Early Childhood 1926 Page xv ESO Education and the Social Order 1932 FF Fact and Fiction 1961 FTOP Free Thought and Official Propaganda 1934 HKSL Human Knowledge, Its Scope and Limits 1948 HMF Has Man a Future?
UE) The standpoint of modern liberal theologians is well set forth by Dr Tennant in his book The Concept of Sin. According to him sin Page 27 consists in acts of will that are in conscious opposition to a known law, the moral law being known by Revelation as God’s will. It follows that a man destitute of religion cannot sin. (HSEP) One occasion for theological intervention to prevent the mitigation of human suffering was the discovery of anaesthetics. Simpson, in 1847, recommended their use in childbirth, and was immediately reminded by the clergy that God said to Eve: ‘In sorrow shalt thou bring forth children’ (Gen.