My apologies for yet another recorded essay. Work is getting in the way of my video making lately.
This is from an essay written by Bertrand Russell, “Is There a God?” which was written but never put in print by “Illustrated” in late 1952.
I’ve chosen some selections from the whole text of the essay.
You may not know about Bertrand Russell. Wikipedia is a fine place to start your research:
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Entry:
He’s an enormously interesting and complex character. I’ve chosen this essay not because it’s particularly profound, but because it’s so commonly used as an illustration of skepticism about the supernatural.
Duration : 0:5:14