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  1. 22 de abr. de 2024 · Patricia Russell tinha apenas seis anos quando viu pela última vez o pai, Eric Liddell, campeão olímpico em Paris em 1924 e imortalizado no filme vencedor do Oscar "Carruagens de Fogo".

  2. Patricia Russell, Countess Russell (1910 – 2004) was the third wife of philosopher Bertrand Russell and a significant contributor to his book A History of Western Philosophy. Lady Russell was born Marjorie Helen Spence in 1910. As her parents had always wanted a boy, she was known as 'Peter', a nickname she retained throughout her ...

  3. 21 de fev. de 2024 · Bertrand Russell’s relationship with his third wife, Patricia Russell (nee Spence), remains largely unexplored, primarily due to the long-standing embargo on correspondence between Russell and Patricia contained in McMaster University’s Russell Archives that has only recently been lifted.

    • Michael D. Stevenson
    • mstevens@lakeheadu.ca
  4. Patricia Russell, Countess Russell (1910 – 2004) was the third wife of philosopher Bertrand Russell and a significant contributor to his book A History of Western Philosophy. Lady Russell was born Marjorie Helen Spence in 1910.

  5. In April of 1983, a month after marrying McCloud, Russell-McCloud left her high-stress, high-profile job at the FCC, and launched Russell-McCloud and Associates, a business built around her growing reputation as a forceful and inspiring speaker.

  6. Background. Countess Russell was born Marjorie Helen Spence in 1910. Career. She met Bertrand Russell in 1930 when she was a twenty-year-old undergraduate at the University of Oxford, hired by Russell"s second wife Dora Black as a governess.

  7. 19 de abr. de 2023 · A Bibliography of Patricia Russell. Kenneth Blackwell. Russell: The Journal of Bertrand Russell Studies. Johns Hopkins University Press. Volume 32, Number 1, Summer 2012. pp. 83-86. 10.1353/rss.2012.0014. Article. View Citation. Related Content. Additional Information. In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: