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Bergson

Henri Louis . 1859--1941, French philosopher, who sought to bridge the gap between metaphysics and science. His main works are Memory and Matter(1896, trans. 1911) and Creative Evolution(1907, trans. 1911): Nobel prize for literature 1927
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Given the book's focus on Einstein, and by contrast its denigration of Bergson, the work falls within the literary genre known as hagiography.
At this point, a place for vitalism remained in Hulme's thought; the intuitive substratum of mind described by Bergson was compatible with a desire for "absolute values," achieved through "freezing" the living into hard static shapes.
Lo recuerdan los estudiosos de Proust--Proust era el primo politico de Bergson, y fue el padrino de su boda--, ya que se dice que En busca del tiempo perdido estuvo influido por la teoria del tiempo de Bergson.
Escribe Bardet: "La cuestion del habito ocupa la filosofia del siglo XIX, en especial aquella que se podria llamar una linea menor de la filosofia francesa que iria de Ravaisson y su tratado Del habito, a Bergson y su concepcion del habito comprendida en los terminos de Materia y memoria, abrevando ambos de una fuente comun: Maine de Biran" (p.
As we will see, Bergson understands aesthetic experience to be paradigmatic of our inner experience.
The doctrine of Epicurus, Bergson argues, excludes melancholy and sadness as these would only continue to trouble the mind when the whole point of practising philosophy as a way of life is to attain a state of undisturbed serenity or what Bergson describes as a placid state of joyfulness that may not be intense but is nevertheless permanent.
Further, his equation of Le Kid "as a blend of Corneille and Bergson, because of the importance given to time" (ctd.
Mas que un libro compilatorio Bergson, Politics and Religion es un mapa para navegar y redescubrir de una manera mas politica al filosofo del espiritu Henri-Louis Bergson (1859-1941).
As the first book in English to focus on the integral relation of Bergson's theory of religion with his status as "a philosopher of the political," this anthology calls for a rethinking of Bergson in a manner that further enriches the already vibrant field.
Hoover's contribution to the rescue campaign included signing an appeal that the Bergson Group placed in newspapers denouncing the Bermuda Conference as a "cruel mockery" and calling for immediate action to rescue as many European Jews as possible from the "Nazi Death-Trap.
En un primer analisis, a mi juicio, Deleuze retoma de Bergson una operacion metodologica peculiar que resulta fundamental en la articulacion de su pensamiento: llevar adelante la formacion del discurso filosofico, a partir de la toma de contacto con un horizonte que no es filosofico, con un dominio que no es conceptual.
Born in 1915 in the Russian empire, Bergson moved with his family to Palestine in 1924.