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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 a great read, and a pleasing gift for philosophers and non-philosophers alike.Published 12 days ago by camerage
A great review of a formative period in science and philosophy.
It also has some interesting things to say about the relationship of science and philosophy to the arts and... Read more
If you're already somewhat familiar with the characters, and especially if you're already familiar with the intellectual/philosophical issues and history here, not much to be... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eric Bottorff
I never thought I'd read a "Graphic Novel aka Comic Book" but I must admit I found the book both easy to navigate and full of historical information a real surprise.Published 4 months ago by Robert M. Miller
An intellectual challenge. Not for all colleagues, but the few who gave it a change got hooked as I did. I have two readings so far. Read morePublished 5 months ago by satisfied customer
I was totally absorbed by the stories of these great researchers--their backgrounds, egos, idiosyncrasies, competitiveness, and relentless pursuit of knowledge, by their... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Liane