The Ethical Philosophy of Bertrand Russel


“Russel tried to give objectivity to ethics by basing it on the common desires of all or the majority of human beings. He was needlessly apologetic about his formulations, because he had the ideal of physical science in his mind. Ethical ends are, after all, human ends, and there would be no ethics in a world devoid of human beings.”

Betrand Russel 


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