Bertrand Russell Quote

Thank you for your letter and for the enclosure which I return herewith. I have been wondering whether there is any means of preventing the confusion between you and me, and I half-thought that we might write a joint letter to The Times in the following terms: Sir, To prevent the continuation of confusions which frequently occur, we beg to state that neither of us is the other. Do you think this would be a good plan?


Letter to Lord Russell of Liverpool, February 18, 1959

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Thank you for your letter and for the enclosure which I return herewith. I have been wondering whether there is any means of preventing the confusion ...

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Thank you for your letter and for the enclosure which I return herewith. I have been wondering whether there is any means of preventing the confusion ...

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Thank you for your letter and for the enclosure which I return herewith. I have been wondering whether there is any means of preventing the confusion ...

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Thank you for your letter and for the enclosure which I return herewith. I have been wondering whether there is any means of preventing the confusion ...