Bertrand Russell Quote

There is in Aristotle an almost complete absence of what may be called benevolence or philanthropy. The sufferings of mankind... there is no evidence that they cause him unhappiness except when the sufferers happen to be his friends.


History of Western Philosophy (ed. Simon and Schuster, 2008) - ISBN: 9781416599159

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There is in Aristotle an almost complete absence of what may be called benevolence or philanthropy. The sufferings of mankind... there is no evidence ...

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There is in Aristotle an almost complete absence of what may be called benevolence or philanthropy. The sufferings of mankind... there is no evidence ...

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There is in Aristotle an almost complete absence of what may be called benevolence or philanthropy. The sufferings of mankind... there is no evidence ...

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There is in Aristotle an almost complete absence of what may be called benevolence or philanthropy. The sufferings of mankind... there is no evidence ...