Bertrand Russell

Free Thought and Official Propaganda

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  • Mirko Milovanovicshared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading


  • jurnal369has quoted2 years ago
    It is clear that the most elementary condition, if thought is to be free, is the absence of legal penalties for the expression of opinions
  • b0556291738has quoted2 years ago
    Though systems of education professing to teach men and women how to think have been in use in Europe for, perhaps, three thousand years, we have not yet reached that degree of success which would be shown if most educated people came to much the same conclusions on the great problems of life from a study of the same evidence.
  • jurnal369has quoted2 years ago
    In England, under the Blasphemy Laws, it is illegal to express disbelief in the Christian religion, though in practice the law is not set in motion against the well-to-do
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