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The creators of Logicomix introduce us to Bertrand Russell in 1939 during one of his public lectures. Russell explores the question, "What is logic?" by telling the story of "one of [logic’s] most ardent fans"--himself. The panels that follow (click each image to see the full page) reimagine the life of a brilliant young man with a passion for mathematics.
An astonishing look at logic and logicians. A must read for anyone interested in philosophy and logic. An instant classic.Published 1 month ago by DefendMeNow
This blew my mind. I felt like I learned something at the end. Good read; long read.Published 3 months ago by Erica
I'm a huge fan of the story of Bertrand Russell and his search for pure mathematical rigour, and this is a wonderful presentation of that tale. Highly recommended.Published 3 months ago by Duncan Ellis
If you love metalogic, Russell, history, or drama, then you will love this graphic novel. Logicomix is not the only graphic novel about philosophy, but it may the best.Published 3 months ago by Kassey
I read "Uncle Petros" in the original Greek and loved it. On the evidence of the dialogue in "Logicomix," the author, an amateur mathematician, has a much better... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Athan