by Cheryl Misak
Unlike his friends Russell and Wittgenstein who focused on the vastness and the unknowability of the world, Ramsey believed it was more important to concentrate on what is admirable and conducive to living a good life.
SOURCE: The Conversation
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Anti-Semitism brought down one of the world's greatest centers for mathematical research.
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John Napier was a man of his time, but perhaps not of ours.
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