By Bertrand Russell
Bertrand Russell is worried during this ebook with the rules of information. He techniques his topic via a dialogue of language, the relationships of fact to event and an research into how wisdom of the constitution of language is helping our knowing of the constitution of the world.
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An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth by Bertrand Russell