Correlationism and Vitalism: Comments on Henri Bergson

(Section from an article on Bergson) [...] At this initial juncture it is important to underscore how Bergson’s philosophy cannot be equated with the phenomenological tradition, at least in any straightforward sense, despite his profound influence on many of those thinkers; at least starting from Heidegger and up through Levinas, Sartre, and Merleau-Ponty. The reason … Continue reading Correlationism and Vitalism: Comments on Henri Bergson

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