English author, humanist, logician, mathematician, pacifist, and philosopher tried to reduce mathematics to axioms stater and eponym of Russell's paradox 1902 co-wrote "Principia Mathematica" 1903 Nobel Prize in Literature 1950 2.7 / 5 ( ..
English Whig politician British prime minister 1846-1852, 1865-1866 grandfather of Bertrand Russell 2 / 5 (..
British agnostic, Fabian, and lawyer grandson of John Russell, 1st Earl Russell brother of Bertrand Russell 3 / 5 (..
1894 – Born on November 26th in Columbia, Missouri. Founder of Cybernetics. 1902 – He was awarded a Ph.D. by Harvard at the age of 18. – He studied Philosophy, Logic, and Mathematics in Cambridge (England) and Göttingen under Bertrand Russell and David Hilbert. 1919 – His first post of importance was that ..
1916 – Born in Nowawes near Berlin on the 8th of November. 1935 – He emigrated with his family to Chislehurst, near London, England, where he studied photography. 1937 – Attended the Prague Art Academy. 1938 – After the German occupation of the Sudetenland, his family moved to Sweden, and Weiss himself removed to Switzerland. ..
1875 – He was born on the 14th day of January this year. 1953 – He received the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize for his philosophy of "reverence for life" 1906 – He published his first major work, “The quest of the Historical Jesus.” 1908 – He advocated this new style, which has ..
1919 – He was born on the 20th day of May this year in Kielce, Poland into a Jewish family. He is best known for writing a personal account of life in the Soviet gulag – A World Apart. 1939 – During the fall of this year, he co-founded an underground resistance organization "Polska ..
1877 – Born in Cranleigh, England on the 7th of February. 1896 – He entered Trinity College, Cambridge. 1900 – He passed part II of the tripos and was awarded a fellowship. 1903 – He earned his M.A., which was the highest academic degree at English universities at that time. 1906 – He held the ..