Bertrand Russell quote about life from The Conquest of Happiness (1930) - In adolescence, I hated life and was continually on the verge of suicide, from which, however, I was restrained by the desire to know more mathematics.
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Quotes by Bertrand Russell · Quotes from The Conquest of Happiness · Quotes about life · Quotes about suicide · Quotes about mathematics

In adolescence, I hated life and was continually on the verge of suicide, from which, however, I was restrained by the desire to know more mathematics.

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Bertrand Russell quote about life from The Conquest of Happiness (1930) - In adolescence, I hated life and was continually on the verge of suicide, from which, however, I was restrained by the desire to know more mathematics.
Bertrand Russell quote about life from The Conquest of Happiness (1930) - In adolescence, I hated life and was continually on the verge of suicide, from which, however, I was restrained by the desire to know more mathematics.
Bertrand Russell quote about life from The Conquest of Happiness (1930) - In adolescence, I hated life and was continually on the verge of suicide, from which, however, I was restrained by the desire to know more mathematics.
Bertrand Russell quote about life from The Conquest of Happiness (1930) - In adolescence, I hated life and was continually on the verge of suicide, from which, however, I was restrained by the desire to know more mathematics.