An Interview with Bertrand Russell from 1960

If your Friday calls for some philosophical discourse, I’ve got your remedy. Check out this 13 minute interview between Bertrand Russell and Woodrow Wyatt from 1960.

After posting the debate between Norman Mailer and Marshall McLuhan, I decided to hunt for some more goodies. Some of you mentioned having seen the Mailer/McLuhan piece before. So if you know of anymore videos like that and you feel so inclined to share, let me know! I’m sure the Disinfo crowd will appreciate it.

1 Comment on "An Interview with Bertrand Russell from 1960"

  1. Monkey See Monkey Do | Aug 23, 2014 at 6:03 am |

    There isn’t a lot that is more disturbing and provides more uncertainty then the hermeneutics of religion and the linguistic relativity in the pursuit of a meaning in life.

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