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  • Henri-Louis Bergson (French: [bɛʁksɔn]; 18 October 1859 – 4 January 1941) was a French philosopher, influential especially in the first half of the 20th
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  • theory of time and consciousness posited by the French philosopher Henri Bergson. Bergson sought to improve upon inadequacies he perceived in the philosophy
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  • the philosophical method of French philosopher Henri Bergson. In An Introduction to Metaphysics, Bergson introduces two ways in which an object can be
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  • Métaphysique") is a 1903 essay about the concept of reality by Henri Bergson. For Bergson, reality occurs not in a series of discrete states but as a process
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  • Creative Evolution (book) (category Works by Henri Bergson)
    (French: L'Évolution créatrice) is a 1907 book by French philosopher Henri Bergson. Its English translation appeared in 1911. The book proposed a version
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  • Laughter is a collection of three essays by French philosopher Henri Bergson, first published in 1900. It was written in French, the original title is
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  • Time and Free Will (category Works by Henri Bergson)
    conscience) is Henri Bergson's doctoral thesis, first published in 1889. The essay deals with the problem of free will, which Bergson contends is merely
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  • Élan vital (category Henri Bergson)
    pronunciation: ​[elɑ̃.vital]) is a term coined by French philosopher Henri Bergson in his 1907 book Creative Evolution, in which he addresses the question
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  • Zbytkower. His children included the influential French philosopher Henri Bergson and artist and occultist Moina Mathers, wife of Samuel Liddell MacGregor
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  • Édouard Le Roy (category Henri Bergson)
    in philosophy and metaphysics. A friend of Teilhard de Chardin and Henri Bergson's closer disciple, he succeeded to him at the College of France (1922)
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  • Matter and Memory (category Works by Henri Bergson)
    (French: Matière et mémoire, 1896) is a book by the French philosopher Henri Bergson. Its subtitle is Essay on the relation of body and spirit (Essai sur
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  • Bergson is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Abram Bergson (1914–2003), American economist Henri Bergson (1859–1941), French philosopher
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  • Open society (category Henri Bergson)
    French philosopher Henri Bergson and developed during the Second World War by Austrian-born British philosopher Karl Popper. Bergson describes a closed
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  • Wilhelm Dilthey and several other Continental philosophers such as Henri Bergson and Pierre Hadot. The human situation appears to be a struggle between
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  • (philosophy) – a theory of time and consciousness first proposed by Henri Bergson Duration (project management) – the number of calendar periods for the
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  • skills gained through direct experience cannot be fully put into words. Henri Bergson, Time and Free Will: An Essay on the Immediate Data of Consciousness
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  • foil fencer Henri Becquerel (1852–1908), a French physicist who discovered radioactivity Henri Bergson (1859–1941), a French philosopher Henri Betti (1917–2005)
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  • was established in 1922, and counted such distinguished figures as Henri Bergson, Albert Einstein, Marie Curie and Robert A. Millikan among its members
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  • turn of the 20th century. She was the sister of French philosopher Henri Bergson, the first man of Jewish descent to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature
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  • Creative evolution may refer to: Theistic evolution Creative Evolution (book), a book by Henri Bergson
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