One of the greatest philosophers and mathematicians of all time was Bertrand Russell. In addition to being a philosopher and mathematician, he was also a great statesman, as well as fun and jovial character. I have long been a fan of both Russell's thought and with the man himself. His book The Problems of Philosophy is perhaps the best introduction to philosophy ever written, and I recommend it to both the philosopher and the non-philosopher.
In this interview, Russell sits down to talk about the major memories of his life and the principles he had stood for. Hope you all enjoy it.