La Pensée et le mouvant: Essais et conférences

La Pens e et le mouvant Essais et conf rences La pens e et le mouvant est le dernier livre publi par Bergson en pr s de ans et pourtant il y exprime avec une surprise renouvel e comme si elle venait de survenir son intuition la plus

  • Title: La Pensée et le mouvant: Essais et conférences
  • Author: Henri Bergson
  • ISBN: 9782130455141
  • Page: 470
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  • La pens e et le mouvant est le dernier livre publi par Bergson, en 1934, pr s de 75 ans et pourtant, il y exprime avec une surprise renouvel e, comme si elle venait de survenir, son intuition la plus originale et cela, d s le titre m me Cest un livre qui est donc anim par une id e unique, une unit plus forte peut tre que jamais et pourtant, cest dabord un recuLa pens e et le mouvant est le dernier livre publi par Bergson, en 1934, pr s de 75 ans et pourtant, il y exprime avec une surprise renouvel e, comme si elle venait de survenir, son intuition la plus originale et cela, d s le titre m me Cest un livre qui est donc anim par une id e unique, une unit plus forte peut tre que jamais et pourtant, cest dabord un recueil dessais le deuxi me apr s L nergie spirituelle de 1919 , dont chacun plus encore que dans le pr c dent vaut comme une uvre d cisive part enti re, dont certains comme lIntroduction la m taphysique ont d j marqu leur poque, et qui, enfin, ne sont pas reli s entre eux seulement par cette unit de principe, mais aussi par des tensions, non moins profondes Ainsi Bergson resserre t il encore, plus que jamais, sa pens e ou son intuition, la prenant directement, pour la premi re fois, comme objet Il restreint m me, en apparence, la port e de ce recueil, en la limitant, dans lAvant propos, une r flexion, r trospective, sur sa m thode Mais cette ultime concentration est aussi, on le voit, un ultime largissement.

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    • Henri Bergson

      Henri Bergson was one of the most famous and influential French philosophers of the late 19th century early 20th century Although his international fame reached cult like heights during his lifetime, his influence decreased notably after the second World War While such French thinkers as Merleau Ponty, Sartre, and L vinas explicitly acknowledged his influence on their thought, it is generally agreed that it was Gilles Deleuze s 1966 Bergsonism that marked the reawakening of interest in Bergson s work Deleuze realized that Bergson s most enduring contribution to philosophical thinking is his concept of multiplicity Bergson s concept of multiplicity attempts to unify in a consistent way two contradictory features heterogeneity and continuity Many philosophers today thinks that this concept of multiplicity, despite its difficulty, is revolutionary It is revolutionary because it opens the way to a reconception of community.

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    • Toute vérité est une route tracée à travers la réalité.Each truth is a path traced through reality.HB Reading Bergson's old french prose is not always a journey without sweat. Nor his frequent repetitions are easy to swallow. But, for the courageous reader, some gems lies scattered in this brilliant collection of essays: Bergson manages to turn upside down the unchallenged dogmas of western thoughts. Possibility is less than reality? Wrong.Eternity is more real than time? Wrong.Movement is [...]


    • A difficult book. I'm glad I read it, but much of it was forced reading. His ideas about time and the value of immediate experience are worthwhile, though. It is a useful counterpoint to a scientific skepticism that sees truth only in what can be measured and quantified. He sees intuition as a type of seeing from within that can lead one to a kind of truth that cannot be had by mere external observation. Bergson gives us a creative universe that is not predetermined as a result of merely mechani [...]



    • This is an unfortunate collection. Everything in it is essentially a restatement of the premises of the first introduction. In fact, it is nothing more than a compilation of various introductory essays written by Bergson. But, by providing a thorough overhead view of his thought and his concept of duration, it has made me feel as though I no longer have to bother with reading anything else by him. Taken by themselves (and only one!) the first introduction or the centerpiece of the book, "An Intr [...]


    • Îmi plac filosofii care sunt clari şi expliciţi. Aşadar îl aşez pe Bergson alături de Schopenhauer sau Kierkegaard, Camus ori Sartre - foarte departe de obscuri ca Hegel sau Fichte.Bergson este ideologul din spatele 'monstruozităţii' de ”În căutarea timpului pierdut” a lui Proust; am înţeles chiar că Bergson s-a căsătorit cu o verişoară a lui Proust.Cele două introduceri la cartea de faţă rezumează ele singure aproape întreaga filosofie a lui Bergson. Am găsit în car [...]


    • In this book, Bergson outlines the aesthetic intuition that characterizes his philosophy. Here Bergson grounds change as central to metaphysics, rather than some kind of ontological substance. It's not what he hasn't already said in other books, but this is his directed attempt to define exactly the role between intuition, change and concepts. Worth a look at, since this a directed refocusing of philosophy, memory and change. What I do not get are some of the examples in the back of philosophers [...]


    • Ver Henry Bergson, “The Posible and the Real”, en The Creative Mind, trad. Mabelle Andison (New York: Philosophical Library, 1946), pp. 91-106. Ciertamente reconocemos la necesidad de insistir sobre los poderes creativos de la virtualidad, pero este discurso Bergsoniano nos resulta insuficiente en tanto también necesitamos insistir sobre la realidad del ser creado, su peso ontológico y las instituciones que estructuran al mundo, creando necesidad de la contingencia. Imperio Pág.266


    • there is some beautiful, evocative, thoughtful writing in here, hence 4. but this is more a collection of essays or lectures rather than an argued work, though it is not hard to find bergsonian themes. this is probably not the best work to start. it helped to read guerlac before. interesting on pragmatism, i have never heard of ravaisson, but the continuing emphasis on intuition certainly bergson.


    • I still shudder when I see this book on my bookshelf. Great ideas, if you are willing to sacrifice a lot of time rereading pages because you have no idea what you just read. A most unenjoyable read.




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