"Bombs, Bloomsbury and Bertrand Russell" promises to be a fascinating exploration into one of the great intellectual figures of the twentieth century, whose private life was as colourful as his public persona. Yet some enigmas remain about this complex man. Despite his uncompromising rationalism, Russell had, in some respects, a religious temperament. And how did he recover from public disgrace and near destitution in the 1940s to become a media celebrity in the 1950s? Come along to Moordown on Saturday, 9th June at 2pm to find out.
Also in the June Bulletin: details about World Humanist Day, a joint lunch with South Hants Humanists, our Summer Garden Party in Sturminster Marshall, a lively debate about homelessness in our Readers' Column, and the latest Chairman's View.
Look out for lots of activity coming up for the Summer - we look forward to seeing you soon.
Chair, Dorset Humanists
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Link to June Bulletin: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9oYzJ_dRvVEMVhhNjNrWGIxdVE/edit
June ‘Chairman’s View’: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9oYzJ_dRvVEV3VuZ0tBZDJublE/edit