Russell On Wittgenstein
It has long been one of my dreams to found a great school of mathematically-minded philosophers, but I don’t know whether I shall ever get it accomplished. I had hopes of Norton, but he has not the physique, Broad is all right, but has no fundamental originality. Wittgenstein of course is exactly my dream.
Bertrand Russell to Lady Ottoline Morrell, December 29, 1912