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Bertrand Russell (Character)
from Wittgenstein (1993)

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Alternate Names:
Bertrand Russel

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  1. The Man Who Knew Infinity (2015) Played by Jeremy Northam

  2. Tom & Viv (1994) Played by Nickolas Grace (as Bertrand Russel)
  3. Wittgenstein (1993) Played by Michael Gough

  4. "BBC2 Playhouse"
        - Fatal Spring (1980) TV episode, Played by Martin Friend

  5. "Meeting of Minds"
    ... aka "Steve Allen's Meeting of Minds" - USA (complete title)
        - St. Augustine/Empress Theodora/Thomas Jefferson/Bertrand Russell, Part 2 (1979) TV episode, Played by John Hoyt
        - St. Augustine/Empress Theodora/Thomas Jefferson/Bertrand Russell, Part 1 (1979) TV episode, Played by John Hoyt
  6. "The Wednesday Play"
        - Mad Jack (1970) TV episode, Played by Charles Lewsen

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Quotes:
From Wittgenstein (1993)
Ludwig Wittgenstein: [performing a V-sign with his fingers] What does this mean?
Lady Ottoline Morrell: It's a gesture of contempt.
Ludwig Wittgenstein: A cyclist did this to me as I was crossing the road. I decided then and there to kill myself.
Lady Ottoline Morrell: Are you coming to the Palladium with us this evening?
Ludwig Wittgenstein: What's the logical structure of this gesture? It doesn't have one! That means I've spent most of my life groping down a blind alley.
Bertrand Russell: Isn't it rather an over-reaction to kill yourself because somebody gives you a V-sign?
Ludwig Wittgenstein: Philosophy hunts for the essence of meaning. There's no such thing. There's no such thing! Just the way we do things in everyday life and things like that.
[performing V-sign]
Ludwig Wittgenstein: The college porter knows that.
Lady Ottoline Morrell: Is that what you're planning to do for the rest of your life?
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