Arthur Schopenhauer was once a well known philosopher on his times. His philosophical view on love helps support the view of Bertrand Russell on love through his thought: The final aim of all love intrigues be they comic or tragic, is really of more importance than all other ends in human life. This thought says that no matter how hard love.
Bertrand Russell has achieved immortality by his philosophical writings. Sydney Hook, Out of Step, An Unquiet Life in the 20th Century (1988) Its enduring value was simply a deeper understanding of the central concepts of mathematics and their basic laws and interrelationships.