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  1. Bergson and Modern Thought: Towards a Unified Science (Models of Scientific Thought, Vol 3) by Papanicolaou, 1987-01-01
  2. Bergson and Phenomenology
  3. Bergson: Thinking Backwards (Modern European Philosophy) by F. C. T. Moore, 1996-01-26
  4. Philosophy and the Adventure of the Virtual by Keith Ansell-Pearson, 2001-11-09
  5. Bergson and the Stream of Consciousness Novel by Shiv K. Kumar, 1963-01-01
  6. From Pascal to Proust by Gladys Rosaleen Turquet-Milnes, 1977-06
  7. Bergsonian Philosophy and Thomism (ND Maritain Collected Works) by Jacques Maritain, 2007-04-01
  8. The Crisis in Modernism: Bergson and the Vitalist Controversy
  9. The Nick of Time: Politics, Evolution, and the Untimely by Elizabeth Grosz, 2004-01-01
  10. Bergson and his Influence: A Reassessment by A. E. Pilkington, 1976-10-29
  11. Bergson-Arg Philosophers (Arguments of the Philosophers) by A. R. Lacey, 1999-07
  12. Studies in the Philosophy of Creation With Especial Reference to Bergson and Whitehead: With Especial Reference to Bergson and Whitehead (Collected Works of Newton P. Stallknecht, Volume 3) (v. 3) by Newton Phelps Stallknecht, Donald L. Jennermann, et all 2001-02
  13. Deleuze, Whitehead, Bergson: Rhizomatic Connections
  14. Bergson, Eliot, and American Literature by Paul Douglass, 1986-12-31

21. Bergson, Henri - Definition Of Bergson, Henri By The Free Online Dictionary, The
Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Henri Bergson French philosopher who proposed elan vital as the cause of evolution and development (1859-1941), Henri

22. Bergson, Henri L. Quote - To Exist Is To Change, To Change Is To Mature, To Matu
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Why not add this to your bookmarks? his very title, 'Creative' Evolution. For this, his views on Change, on Time, and on Freedom, have in some degree prepared us. We have seen set forth the fact of Freedom, the recognition of human beings as centres of indetermination, not mere units in a machine, "a block universe" where all is "given," but creatures capable of creative activity. Then by a consideration of Time, as la duree, we found that the history of an individual can never repeat itself; "For a conscious being, To exist is to change, to change is to mature, to mature is to go on creating oneself endlessly . Should the same be said," Bergson asks, "of existence in general?" [Footnote: Creative Evolution, p. 8 (Fr. p. 8).]
So he proceeds to portray with a wealth of analogy and brilliance of style, more akin to the language of a poet than a philosopher, the stupendous drama of Evolution, the mystery of being, the wonders of life. He makes the great fact of life his starting point. Is life susceptible to definition? We feel that, by the very nature of the case, it is not. A definition is an... Bergson, Henri L.

23. Henri Bergson - Pensador
Frases, textos, poesias e poemas de Henri Bergson.

24. Bergson, Henri Summary |
Bergson, Henri. Bergson, Henri summary with 3 pages of encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.

25. Henri Bergson —
Encyclopedia Bergson, Henri. Bergson, Henri ( Nrē' bergs N') , 1859 – 1941, French philosopher. He became a professor at the Coll ge de France in 1900, devoted some time to

26. Bergson, Henri 1859-1941 [WorldCat Identities]
Creative evolution by Henri Bergson ( Book ) 201 editions published between 1907 and 2007 in 15
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27. A New Philosophy: Henri Bergson From Project Gutenberg
Project Gutenberg etext of this book by Edouard le Roy, as translated to English by Vincent Benson.

28. An Introduction To Metaphysics . Bergson, Henri : Bolerium
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29. Henri Bergson's The Creative Mind
A summation of the main points of this work, by Alex Scott.
Henri Bergsons The Creative Mind Henri Bergsons The Creative Mind: An Introduction to Metaphysics (1946) is a collection of essays and lectures concerning the nature of intuition, explaining how intuition can be used as a philosophical method. Intuition is described as a method of 'thinking in duration' which reflects the continuous flow of reality. Bergson distinguishes between intuitive and conceptual thinking, explaining how intuition and intellect may be combined to produce a dynamic knowledge of reality. Bergson distinguishes between two forms of time: pure time and mathematical time. Pure time is real duration. Mathematical time is measurable duration. Real time is continuous and indivisible. Mathematical time is divisible into units or intervals which do not reflect the flow of real time. According to Bergson, real time cannot be analyzed mathematically. To measure time is to try to create a break or disruption in time. In order to try to understand the flow of time, the intellect forms concepts of time as consisting of defined moments or intervals. But to try to intellectualize the experience of duration is to falsify it. Real duration can only be experienced by intuition. In the intellectual representation of time, a succession of distinct states or events is presented as a spatialized form of time. Time is conceptualized as an ordered arrangement of defined events, rather than as an endless flow of experience in an indivisible continuity. The intellect analyzes time as having measurable duration, but the flow of real time can only be known by intuition.

30. Henri Bergson - Biography, The Official Web Site of the Nobel Prize
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Bergson's English background explains the deep influence that Spencer, Mill, and Darwin had on him during his youth, but his own philosophy is largely a reaction against their rationalist systems.
Bergson developed his philosophy in a number of books that have become famous not only for their fresh interpretation of life but also for a powerful employment of metaphor, image, and analogy. In his Time and Free Will ], Bergson offered an interpretation of consciousness as existing on two levels, the first to be reached by deep introspection, the second an external projection of the first. The deeper self is the seat of creative becoming and of free will. The method of intuitive introspection, first employed in this work, is developed further in his

31. J. Alexander Gunn - Bergson And His Philosophy
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32. Malaspina Great Books - Henri Bergson (1859-1941)
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33. Bergson, Henri
Bergson, Henri Encyclopedia article; The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2004. Read Bergson, Henri at Questia library.
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34. Filosofia / Pensament
Biograf a del fil sofo vitalista y espiritualista franc s con sinopsis de su pensamiento. Del Diccionario Herder de Filosof a.

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36. Encyclopdie De L'Agora | Bergson Henri
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37. Bergson, Henri Louis - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
Bergson, Henri Louis (1859–1941) French philosopher. He believed that time, change, and development were the essence of reality. He thought that time was a continuous process in, Henri Louis

38. Bergson, Henri
HenriLouis Bergson (October 18, 1859 – January 4, 1941) was a major French philosopher in the first half of the twentieth century. He was widely popular during his lifetime
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (Henri Becquerel) Next (Henri Breuil) Henri-Louis Bergson (October 18, 1859 – January 4, 1941) was a major French philosopher in the first half of the twentieth century. He was widely popular during his lifetime and his lectures in Paris were attended not only by philosophers and students, but also by artists, theologians, social theorists, and even the general public. At the core of his philosophy is his theory of “duration,” which he understands to be the ultimate and irreducible reality. Although Bergson understood duration to be the unified flow of time or becoming, he fought hard against all mechanistic and naturalistic interpretations of this temporal flux. Rather, he argued that duration is the élan vital or vital force of life, which evolves not as a result of brute forces (as in Darwinian evolution) but in a spontaneous and creative way. This “creative evolution,” which is basically free, is what allows for different forms of life to emerge. Methodologically Bergson argued that the élan vital of duration cannot be apprehended by the rational intellect or conceptual understanding but instead through intuition . Only in intuition can one enter into this passing of time and so experience at the concrete level the flux of becoming as the ultimate reality.
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Bergson was born on October 18, 1859, in the

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Bergson Henri history of philosophy, biography french philosopher (18591941). Rejecting sterile mechanistic accounts of the natural world, including those of Darwin and Spencer, Henri

40. Henri Bergson - Wikipedia, La Enciclopedia Libre
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Hijo de un músico judío y de una mujer irlandesa, se educó en el Liceo Condorcet y la École Normale Supérieure , donde estudió filosofía . Después de una carrera docente como maestro en varias escuelas secundarias, Bergson fue designado para la École Normale Supérieure en 1898 y, desde 1900 hasta 1921, ostentó la cátedra de filosofía en el Collège de France . En 1914 fue elegido para la Academia Francesa ; de 1921 a 1926 fue presidente de la Comisión de Cooperación Intelectual de la Sociedad de Naciones . Poco antes de su muerte en 1941, Bergson expresó de varias maneras su oposición al régimen de Vichy El bagaje británico de Bergson explica la profunda influencia que Spencer Mill y Darwin ejercieron en él durante su juventud, pero su propia filosofía es en gran medida una reacción en contra de sus sistemas

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