The Challenge of Bergsonism

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A&C Black, 2003 M11 1 - 170 pages
The Challenge of Bergsonism explores how Bergsonism questions our ways of thinking, particularly the concept of reality, and ultimately demands a return to ethics. The book also includes the first English translation of Jean Hyppolite's highly influential essay, "Various Aspects of Memory in Bergson".
 

Contents

The Concept of the Image Phenomenology
1
The Concept of Memory Ontology
27
The Concept of Sense Ethics
60
Think in Terms of Duration
80
The Point where Memory Turns Back into Life An Investigation of Bergsons The Two Sources of Morality and Religion
85
English Translation of Jean Hyppolites 1949 Aspects divers de la mémoire chez Bergson Various Aspects of Memory in Bergson translated
112
Notes
128
Bibliography
136
Index
143
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Leonard Lawlor is Dunavant Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of Memphis. He has written widely on Continental Philosophy.

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