Bertrand Russell Quote

History is valuable, to begin with, because it is true; and this, though not the whole of its value, is the foundation and condition of all the rest. That all knowledge, as such, is in some degree good, would appear to be at least probable; and the knowledge of every historical fact possesses this element of goodness, even if it posses no other.


Basic writings, 1903-1959 (ed. 1961)

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History is valuable, to begin with, because it is true; and this, though not the whole of its value, is the foundation and condition of all the rest. ...

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History is valuable, to begin with, because it is true; and this, though not the whole of its value, is the foundation and condition of all the rest. ...

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History is valuable, to begin with, because it is true; and this, though not the whole of its value, is the foundation and condition of all the rest. ...

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History is valuable, to begin with, because it is true; and this, though not the whole of its value, is the foundation and condition of all the rest. ...