Monday, April 05, 2010

Look at the facts and Love is better than hatred

A look into the incandescent mind of Bertrand Russell whom I mentioned in the past:

A message to humanity

Of course, all we need is to be able to recognize what a fact is and how to understand the difference between love and hatred.

8 Comments:

At 5:59 PM EDT, Anonymous Tammy Obeidallah said...

example of hatred: http://www.palestinechronicle.com/view_article_details.php?id=15865

There, now your lame-ass friend Snoopy can write another diatribe about me LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

 
At 9:54 PM EDT, Blogger Birdalone said...

fine message to humanity. TNR withdrawal complete for now. recognizing the fact that too much exposure to compulsive liars filled with hate is really dangerous :)

 
At 12:08 AM EDT, Anonymous Migreli said...

You shouldn't be too taken by Bertrand Russell.

This is a man who called on America to launch a nuclear attack against the Soviet Union at a time when only the US had the bomb. His cruelty was only exceeded by his silliness.

He was also not a friend of the Jews, though the Anglo-Jewish establishment courted him and flattered him no end. His contempt for "wealthy Jews" who refused to finance his projects is clearly expressed in his writing. His opposition to Zionism is expressed in his determination that "after the destruction of Judea by the Romans, the Jews ceased to contribute to human civilization as a nation, but continued to do so as individuals."

 
At 3:27 AM EDT, Blogger EscapeVelocity said...

"This is a man who called on America to launch a nuclear attack against the Soviet Union at a time when only the US had the bomb."

Im no fanboy of Betrand Russell, but this actually would have prevented much misery in the world in teh 20th Century, and freed up a lot of resources for the betterment of humanity, and progress.

 
At 10:57 AM EDT, Blogger bob said...

On Russell, see http://poumista.wordpress.com/2010/04/03/on-the-stupidity-of-intellectuals/ including Mikey Ezra's comments, bearing out Migreli, although he think this position misses out all that is grand in Russell alongside his naivety.

This naivety makes me think of Arendt on the un-wordly-ness of the philosopher, as his "professional deformation", her attempt to understand her mentor Heidegger.

Which leads nicely to this, on Raul Hilberg's problem with Arendt:
http://www.thenation.com/doc/20100419/popper/single

 
At 11:57 PM EDT, Anonymous Migreli said...

Or to this, on Shlomo Avineri's problem with Arendt:

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1153098.html

 
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