The Bertrand Russell Institute is one of the leading language schools in North-East Italy.
Russell claimed that he was more convinced of his method of doing philosophy than of his philosophical conclusions. Science was one of the principal components of analysis. Russell was a believer in the scientific method , that science reaches only tentative answers, that scientific progress is piecemeal, and attempts to find organic unities were largely futile.  He believed the same was true of philosophy. Russell held that the ultimate objective of both science and philosophy was to understand reality, not simply to make predictions.
Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd Earl Russell ( May 18 , 1872 – February 2 , 1970 ) was a British philosopher , logician , mathematician , historian , and social critic . In 1950, he was awarded a Nobel Prize in Literature .
Over the years, Russell has served as the subject of numerous creative works, including . Eliot’s “Mr Appolinax” (1917), . Lawrence’s “The Blind Man” (1920), Aldous Huxley’s Chrome Yellow (1921), Bruce Duffy’s The World as I Found It (1987) and the graphic novel by Apostolos Doxiadis and Christos Papadimitriou, Logicomix: An Epic Search for Truth (2009).
Finally, the BRS helps support Russell scholarship, for example, the scholarly journal Russell : The Journal of Bertrand Russell Studies, which all BRS members receive as part of their membership, and maintains these web pages to provide information on Russell and related subjects and to further our shared interests and values.