Bertrand Russell

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Standard Name: Russell, Bertrand
Used Form: Bertrand Arthur William, third Earl Russell

Connections

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Cultural formation Dora Russell
Born to English parents and based in England all her life, she travelled frequently and was passionately committed to a range of international issues and movements. Her first husband was philosopher Bertrand Russell , and...
Family and Intimate relationships Lady Ottoline Morrell
Shortly thereafter, however, Fry fell in love with Vanessa Bell and denied any commitment to LOM , while at the same time speaking hurtfully of her relationship with Russell and of her character in general...
Family and Intimate relationships Dora Russell
Dora grew much closer to Bertrand Russell during the summer of 1919, after a casual meeting at which they discussed pacifism, politics, and matrimony.
Russell, Dora. The Tamarisk Tree: My Quest for Liberty and Love. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1975.
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They became lovers during a holiday at Lulworth Cove...
Family and Intimate relationships Dora Russell
By mid-1920 she and Russell were involved in a committed love relationship, though they had no plans for marriage (and he was still married to his first wife, Alys ).
Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth von Arnim
Maude Stanley introduced EA to her nephews: Francis Stanley (second Earl Russell, EA 's future husband), and his brother, Bertrand Russell (who became a lifelong friend).
Usborne, Karen. "Elizabeth": The Author of Elizabeth and Her German Garden. Bodley Head, 1986.
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Family and Intimate relationships Dora Russell
Dora and Bertrand Russell agreed to an open relationship, and both had extramarital affairs. While on her speaking tour in 1928, DR met Irish-American journalist Griffin Barry . He joined her in England shortly afterwards...
Family and Intimate relationships Antonia White
AW began a flirtatious relationship with Bertrand Russell , whom she met when she attended a lecture he gave.
Dunn, Jane. Antonia White: A Life. Jonathan Cape, 1998.
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Family and Intimate relationships Dora Russell
Dora Black and Bertrand Russell married in London shortly before the birth of their first child.
Russell, Dora. The Tamarisk Tree: My Quest for Liberty and Love. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1975.
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Moorehead, Caroline. Bertrand Russell: A Life. Sinclair-Stevenson, 1992.
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Family and Intimate relationships Dora Russell
DR gave birth to John Conrad , the first of her two children with Bertrand Russell .
Russell, Dora. The Tamarisk Tree: My Quest for Liberty and Love. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1975.
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Family and Intimate relationships Dora Russell
DR delivered Katharine Jane , her second and last child with Bertrand Russell .
Russell, Dora. The Tamarisk Tree: My Quest for Liberty and Love. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1975.
1: 168
Family and Intimate relationships Dora Russell
Dora and Bertrand Russell were divorced; they had been separated since 1932.
Contemporary Authors. Gale Research, 1962.
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Family and Intimate relationships Lady Ottoline Morrell
LOM and Bertrand Russell became lovers: Russell was at this time a guest at the Morrells' London home and Philip Morrell was away.
Darroch, Sandra Jobson. Ottoline: The Life of Lady Ottoline Morrell. Coward, McCann and Geoghegan, 1975.
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Russell, Bertrand. The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell: 1872-1914. Little, Brown, 1967.
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Family and Intimate relationships T. S. Eliot
Bertrand Russell offered them a place to live,.but then embarked on a romantic relationship with Vivien which lasted until they actually became lovers, after which it collapsed. TSE , thinks biographer Peter Ackroyd , may...
Friends, Associates Julia Strachey
Shortly after the wedding, Julia became the charge of Alys Russell , a suffrage and temperance activist who was also the aunt of Ray (Costelloe) Strachey , sister of writer Logan Pearsall Smith and Mary Berenson
Friends, Associates Mary Gawthorpe

Timeline

29 October 1865
On the death of Palmerston , Lord Russell , also a Liberal, became Prime Minister for the second time.
1890
Philosopher and logician E. E. Constance Jones published Elements of Logic as a Science of Propositions, which advanced her theory about categorical propositions.
1900-13
Bertrand Russell and Alfred North Whitehead published the three volumes of Principia Mathematica.
From early summer 1915
Garsington Manor, near Oxford, the home of Lady Ottoline and Philip Morrell , became a centre for many pacifists, conscientious objectors, and non-pacifist critics of the war.
1928
Members of the British Federation of University Women (later known as the British Federation of Women Graduates ) established the Sybil Campbell Libraryfor the study of the expansion of the role of women in recent generations.
1931
The first British female academic philosopher, Susan Stebbing , published A Modern Introduction to Logic, the first textbook to popularise Bertrand Russell 's and Alfred North Whitehead 's difficult new formal logic alongside the old Aristotelian variety.
24 February 1934
The National Council for Civil Liberties was founded by journalist Ronald Kidd , who had witnessed the treatment of hunger marchers in London in November 1932.
22 May 1936
The Peace Pledge Union was founded by Canon Dick Sheppard .
10 December 1950
Bertrand Russell from Great Britain was awarded this year's Nobel Prize in Literature in recognition of his varied and significant writings in which he champions humanitarian ideals and freedom of thought.
The Nobel Foundation,. Nobel E-Museum.
23 December 1954
The BBC broadcast a hard-hittingradio talk by Bertrand Russell : Man's Peril, about the threat of nuclear war and the need for action to avoid it.
17 February 1958
CND, or the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament , was founded at a public meeting in London; it held its first march that spring, at the Easter weekend.