Conclusion and Notes on Various Themes
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Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy ; 38
InLandeweerd, L. (ed.), Time, Life & Memory: Bergson and Contemporary Science, pp. 167-181
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Philosophy and Science Studies
Landeweerd, L. (ed.), Time, Life & Memory: Bergson and Contemporary Science
SubjectPhilosophy and Science Studies
The previous chapters aimed to elucidate the relevance of Bergson’s philosophy for the sciences of his own era, but they also strived to revitalise his views, by extrapolating them to contemporary science. His works were neglected in international discourse for decades. Still, while remaining a respected philosopher in France, some attention for his work persisted elsewhere too: his oeuvre never completely went off the radar. In the past few years, a growing number of academics is reconsidering the philosophical importance of the ideas of Bergson and their relevance for more recent developments in technology and science.
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