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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.
This is one of the best picture books (comic) I have read and what a great account of Bertrand Russell! I highly recommend it. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Avinesh
I loved this book. I spent much of my college career studying Alfred North Whitehead, Bertram Russell and Ludwig Wittgenstein. Read morePublished 10 days ago by 50HudsonCommodore
The book came in excellent condition and has been really fun to read!Published 1 month ago by Ted Warren
This was my introduction to the life of Bertrand Russel, and I read the whole thing on a long car ride. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matthew Hayes
Comics and Mathematics, all in one book. What else can one wish for? Excellent reading material. I started reading it again as soon as I finished.Published 1 month ago by Greek Geek
Amazing book. For those who enjoy math and history, it's a must read. But it's also very nice and easy to read even for those who don't have a background in mathematics. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rodrigo Trintino Ibelli
Excellent read. I loved how the interspersed Bertrand Russell's (Bertie) story with the process of writing a biography. The illustrations were top-notch and very expressive. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gabriel S.X.
The work that happened at the beginning of the twentieth century on the foundations of mathematics was indeed an "epic search for truth". Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Logicomix is a historical fiction piece that gives a very accessible explanation for some of the most important ideas in modern mathematics and philosophy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by AR Braithwaite