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Syntactic Analyses 90: Creative Evolution, (Henri Bergson) By Henri Bergson
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Syntactic Analyses 15: Matter and Memory, (Henri Bergson) By Henri Bergson
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Dreams By Henri Bergson
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Aonia edizioni. Henri-Louis Bergson (18 October 1859 - 4 January 1941) was a major French philosopher, influential especially in the first half of the 20th century. Bergson convinced many thinkers... More > that immediate experience and intuition are more significant than rationalism and science for understanding reality. He was awarded the 1927 Nobel Prize in Literature "in recognition of his rich and vitalizing ideas and the brilliant skill with which they have been presented". Bergson rejected what he saw as the overly mechanistic predominant view of causality. He argued that we must allow space for free will to unfold in an autonomous and unpredictable fashion. While Kant saw free will as something beyond time and space and therefore ultimately a matter of faith, Bergson attempted to redefine the modern conceptions of time, space, and causality in his concept of Duration, making room for a tangible marriage of free will with causality... (Wikipedia)< Less
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Aonia edizioni. Henri-Louis Bergson (18 October 1859 - 4 January 1941) was a major French philosopher, influential especially in the first half of the 20th century. Bergson convinced many thinkers... More > that immediate experience and intuition are more significant than rationalism and science for understanding reality. He was awarded the 1927 Nobel Prize in Literature "in recognition of his rich and vitalizing ideas and the brilliant skill with which they have been presented". Bergson rejected what he saw as the overly mechanistic predominant view of causality. He argued that we must allow space for free will to unfold in an autonomous and unpredictable fashion. While Kant saw free will as something beyond time and space and therefore ultimately a matter of faith, Bergson attempted to redefine the modern conceptions of time, space, and causality in his concept of Duration, making room for a tangible marriage of free will with causality... (Wikipedia)< Less
Matter and Memory: Essay on the Relation of Body and Spirit By Henri Bergson
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Matter and Memory (Matière et mémoire) is one of the four main works by the French philosopher Henri Bergson. The work presents an analysis of the classical philosophical problems... More > concerning this relation. Within that frame the analysis of memory serves the purpose of clarifying the problem.< Less
Creative Evolution By Henri Bergson
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Creative Evolution catapulted Bergson from obscurity into world-wide fame. A study of the philosophical implications of biological evolutionary theory, the impact of this book reached far beyond... More > biology and seemed to many to herald a new age in philosophy and the sciences. This early work of Henry contains an explanation of his proposal that the mechanisms of evolution are motivated by humanity s natural creative impulse. This is a fascinating work thoroughly recommended for anyone interested in the history of evolutionary ideas.< Less
A New Philosophy: Henri Bergson By Edouard Louis Emmanuel Julien, Le Roy
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A New Philosophy: Henri Bergson, Le Roy, Edouard Louis Emmanuel Julien
A NEW PHILOSOPHY: HENRI BERGSON By Edouard Le Roy
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The Library of Alexandria is an independent small business publisher. We specialize in bringing back to live rare, historical and ancient books. This includes manuscripts such as: classical fiction,... More > philosophy, science, religion, folklore, mythology, history, literature, politics and sacred texts, in addition to secret and esoteric subjects, such as: occult, freemasonry, alchemy, hermetic, shamanism and ancient knowledge. Our books are available in both print and as digital books. All of our books have been revived by being scanned by people who have passion for knowledge. By purchasing this book you are helping restoring a piece of history for many generations to come to enjoy the fine ancient knowledge that is made available through our modern technology. We sincerely hope you enjoy these treasures in the form of digital books.< Less
La perception du changement By Henri Bergson
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La perception du changement Henri Bergson Mes premières paroles seront des paroles de re­merciement à l’Université d’Oxford pour le grand hon­neur... More > qu’elle m’a fait en m’invitant à venir parler chez elle. Je me suis toujours représenté Oxford comme un des rares sanctuaires où se conservent, pieusement entretenues, transmises par chaque génération à la suivante, la chaleur et la lumière de la pensée antique. Mais je sais aussi que cet attachement à l’antiquité n’empêche pas Oxford d’être très moderne et très vivant. Plus particulièrement, en ce qui concerne la philosophie, je suis frappé de voir avec quelle profondeur et quelle originalité on étudie ici les philosophes anciens (tout récemment encore, un de vos maîtres les plus éminents ne renouvelait-il pas sur des points essentiels l’inter­prétation de la théorie platonicienne des Idées ?), et comment, d’autre part, Oxford est à l’avant-garde du mouvement philosophique avec ces deux conceptions extrêmes de la nature de la vérité...< Less
La Pensée et le mouvant By Henri Bergson
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La Pensée et le mouvant Auteur : Henri Bergson Henri Bergson, philosophe français, est né le 18 octobre 1859 à Paris où il est mort le 4 janvier 1941. Ce qui a... More > le plus manqué à la philosophie, c’est la précision. Les systèmes philosophiques ne sont pas taillés à la mesure de la réalité où nous vivons. Ils sont trop larges pour elle. Examinez tel d’entre eux, convenablement choisi : vous verrez qu’il s’appliquerait aussi bien à un monde où il n’y aurait pas de plantes ni d’animaux, rien que des hommes ; où les hommes se passeraient de boire et de manger ; où ils ne dormiraient, ne rêveraient ni ne divagueraient ; où ils naîtraient décrépits pour finir nourrissons ; où l’énergie remonterait la pente de la dégradation ; où tout irait à rebours et se tiendrait à l’envers. C’est qu’un vrai système est un ensemble de conceptions si abstraites, et par conséquent si vastes, qu’on y ferait tenir tout le possible, et même de l’impossible, à côté du réel...< Less