«The Classic Collection of Henri Bergson» brings together some of the most influential philosophical works of Henri Bergson, the renowned French philosopher and recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1927. This collection showcases Bergson's groundbreaking ideas and profound insights into the nature of time, consciousness, memory, evolution, laughter, and dreams.
In «Time and Free Will," Bergson challenges traditional concepts of time and argues for the existence of subjective time, exploring the relationship between time, perception, and human freedom. «Matter and Memory» delves into the interplay between matter and consciousness, examining how memory shapes our understanding of reality.
Bergson's “Creative Evolution” presents a groundbreaking theory of evolution that goes beyond the mechanistic view of life, emphasizing the vital force and the continuous emergence of novelty in the evolutionary process. “Laughter” explores the nature of humor, its role in human social interaction, and its connection to the human condition.
Finally, “Dreams” offers a deep exploration of the realm of dreams, unveiling their significance in understanding the workings of the human mind and their potential for revealing hidden truths.
Through his eloquent and thought-provoking writing, Bergson challenges established philosophical frameworks, offering fresh perspectives on fundamental concepts of existence and human experience. This collection is a valuable resource for scholars, students, and anyone interested in the philosophical inquiries that shaped the 20th century and beyond.
TIME AND FREE WILL
MATTER AND MEMORY