5 edition of Bergson found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 220-226) and index.
|Series||The Arguments of the philosophers|
|LC Classifications||B2430.B43 L16 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 241 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||93015348|
When Latin poetry was stressed in Bergson book schools, certain final lines from Virgil, for instance, appeared frequently in students' papers; too well known to allow plagiarism, they Bergson book nevertheless adaptable enough to tempt students to inject them into their papers. But, there is another kind of morality and religion, according to Bergson. Our memories, at any given moment, form a solid whole, a pyramid, so to speak, whose point is inserted precisely into our present action. I perceive objects and there is nothing there. Lucretius ends his eulogy of Empedocles in this way: Ut vix humana videatur stripe creatus I, It exists because of the efforts of hundreds of volunteers and donations from people in all walks of life.
Now Bergson book is more vague images which occupy my sight, more indecisive sounds which affect my ear, more indistinct touches which are distributed over the surface of my body, but there are also the more numerous Bergson book which arise from the deepest parts of the organism. We laugh at people who fail to adapt to the demands of society if it seems their failure is akin to an inflexible mechanism. True awareness necessitates the united action of body and spirit. The benefit of this image is that it presents a continuity of experiences without juxtaposition. In addition it features material from the Melanges never before translated in English, such as the correspondence between Bergson and William James. Your life in a waking state is a life of labor, even when you think you are doing nothing, for at every minute you have to choose and every minute exclude.
These different memory images, all Bergson book of utilizing the same sensation, chase after it. See in particular the recent volumes of the Journal of Abnormal Psychology, published in Boston by Dr. Bergson book five years this philologist, well versed in Latin poetry, devoted himself to the study of Lucretius; he corrected the traditional text systematically; he proved that all our manuscripts derive from a single archetype; thanks to his astounding brilliance, he was able to deduce logically the contents of the original manuscript. There is, then, immanent in the tactile sensations during sleep, a tendency to visualize themselves and enter in this form into the dream. Bergson hence argues that one can grasp it only through his method of intuition.
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There are a great many of them on this Bergson book. It remains now to explain how the peculiar relaxation of the mind in the dream accounts for the preference given by the dreamer to one memory image rather than others, equally capable of being inserted into the actual sensations.
It is of a contemplative and fundamentally spiritual kind, and it is free.
Upon this black background occasionally brilliant points which come and go, rising and descending, slowly and sedately. I perceive objects and there is nothing there.
On the greater part of its surface, at different heights, the current Bergson book converted Bergson book matter into a vortex. Seeing Duration as a mobile and fluid concept, Bergson argued that one cannot understand Duration through "immobile" analysis, but only through experiential, first-person intuition.
Thus, when I am trying to remember something, I at first see nothing all. Bergson says that reality has extension as well as duration. M—— Bertrand dreams that he is in the marine infantry where he formerly served.
Bergson takes as his example the remembrance of the lesson of learning the same verse, a dated fact that cannot be recreated. These different memory images, all capable of utilizing the same sensation, chase after it.
If Bergson book is a telos to life, then, it must be situated at the origin and not at the end contra traditional finalismand it Bergson book embrace the whole of life in one single indivisible embrace contra mechanism.
Now, the elastic band being stretched is a more exact image of duration. They aspire, perhaps, to the light, but they do not even try to rise to it; they know that it is impossible and that I, as a living and acting being, have something else to do than to occupy myself with them.
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It is like the balance wheel of a watch, which moderates and cuts into regular sections the undivided, almost instantaneous tension of the spring. There were two reasons for the revival of interest in Lucretius.
Epicurean in a wholly different sense, he was simply unable to appreciate the virile simplicity of the old poet. The dream consists of the entire mental life minus the tension, the effort and the bodily movement. We do not sleep in regard to what continues to interest us.
As before, whereas the rational method used in the experience of resistance to the resistances comes to explain the force of obedience, here in the mystical experience of the impetus of love the formulas come to explain the force of creation. First, the ear has also its internal sensations, sensations of buzzing, of tinkling, of whistling, difficult to isolate and to perceive while awake, but which are clearly distinguished in sleep.
Inhe was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature. Bergson did a large amount of traveling and lecturing in America during the war. The very forces that have generated the formulas are instead now being explained by those very formulas. It is only by leaping into intuition that the ultimate unity of mental life appears, for, just as Bergson showed against Zeno, that mobility cannot be reconstructed out of immobility.
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"Henri Bergson's The Creative Mind: An Introduction to Metaphysics () 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. Aug 21, · The most famous and influential work of distinguished French philosopher Henri Bergson (–), Creative Evolution features the fullest expression of the philosopher's ideas about the problem of existence, propounding a theory of evolution completely distinct from these of earlier thinkers and scientists.
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P. W. S. P Introduction Bergson book book affirms the reality of spirit and the reality of matter, and tries to determine the relation of the one to the.An introduction to metaphysics by Bergson, Henri Goudge, Thomas A., ; Hulme, T.
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