Bergsonian
adjective see Bergson

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  • bergsonian — BERGSONIÁN, Ă adj. Referitor la bergsonism // s.m. şi f. adept al bergsonismului. [pron. ni an. / < fr. bergsonien]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN  BERGSONIÁN, Ă adj., s. m. f …   Dicționar Român

  • Bergsonian — See Bergsonism. * * * …   Universalium

  • Bergsonian — adj. of or pertaining to Henri Bergson or his philosophy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bergsonian — berg·so·nian …   English syllables

  • bergsonian — I. (ˈ) berg|sōnēən, nyən adjective Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Henri Bergson died 1941 French philosopher + English ian : of or relating to Bergson or Bergsonism II. noun ( s …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bergson — Bergsonian /berrg soh nee euhn, berg /, adj., n. /berrg seuhn, berg /; Fr. /berddg sawonn /, n. Henri /ahonn rddee /, 1859 1941, French philosopher and writer: Nobel prize for literature 1927. * * * …   Universalium

  • Bergson, Henri — ▪ French philosopher Introduction in full  Henri Louis Bergson  born Oct. 18, 1859, Paris, France died Jan. 4, 1941, Paris  French philosopher, the first to elaborate what came to be called a process philosophy, which rejected static values in… …   Universalium

  • Existence (Philosophy of) 2 — Philosophy of existence 2 Sartre Thomas R.Flynn Born 21 June 1905, in Thiviers (Dordogne), Jean Paul Sartre was raised in the Parisian home of his widowed mother’s parents. After his mother’s remarriage, he spent several years with her and his… …   History of philosophy

  • memory —    by Cliff Stagoll   Deleuze has little time for memory conceived as a means for summoning old perceptions. Such a model lacks creative potential and implies that an object, say, can be re presented and re cognised as the same one as that… …   The Deleuze dictionary

  • memory —    by Cliff Stagoll   Deleuze has little time for memory conceived as a means for summoning old perceptions. Such a model lacks creative potential and implies that an object, say, can be re presented and re cognised as the same one as that… …   The Deleuze dictionary

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