Isaiah Berlin: A Life
Mr. Ignatieff talked about his book, Isaiah Berlin: A Life, published by Metropolitan Books. The book describes Berlin’s childhood during the Russian Revolution, his friendships with writers such as Boris Pasternak, and his views on individual freedom and other subjects. Isaiah Berlin, an Oxford University professor and liberal philosopher, is considered one of the 20th century’s most influential intellectuals. close
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