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Henri Bergson was an early 20th century French philosopher of the modernist period. There has been a recent interest in his philosophical work.
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Published (first published January 1st 1958)
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Antonio Delgado
Apr 01, 2016 Antonio Delgado rated it really liked it
This conference delivered by Bergson a year after Freud's Interpretation of Dreams is still relevant today. More importantly, this conference makes it easier to understand Bergson's in between position between materialism and idealism, even though his position is closer to the later than the first. That explains to understand his concept of intuition. The only reason to get this book, which is contained in Mind-Energy, is the introduction. The introduction contextualizes Bergson's argument with ...more
Algirdas Brukštus
Labai grakšti sapnų teorija, išdėstyta Bergsono 1901 m. perskaitytoje paskaitoje. Ikipsichoanalitinė teorija. Šiuo metu atrodo, kad kitokių nei psichoanalitinės ir būti negali. Labai sveika perskaityti visiems besidomintiems sapnais. Anglišką variantą rasite čia:
Gori Suture
Jun 24, 2013 Gori Suture rated it it was ok
Mr. Bergson speculates that dreams are nothing more than our minds trying to interpret light patterns behind closed lids. An interesting theory, but I personally think we travel the astral realm in dreams. I’ve had too many personal experiences attesting to this to think of dreams as something so pointless.
Marty :}
Feb 04, 2016 Marty :} rated it really liked it
It was an interesting read indeed and a very good theory. I'm very fascinated in the psychology of dreams and to be honest, the book made sense.
Apr 27, 2011 Deema rated it it was amazing
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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 Lévinas explicitly acknowledged his influence on their thought, it is generally ag ...more
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