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January 16, 2007



"Russell famously singled out Wittgenstein from his lecture audience because he was the only one who looked puzzled."

Just for the record, that was Moore. Russell told the anecdote.


To be precise: one place that Russell tells the anecdote is in the second volume of his autobiography, p. 133 in paperback.

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