Bergsonian philosophy and Thomism / by Jacques Maritain ; translated by Mabelle L. Andison ; in collaboration with J. Gordon Andison.


New York : Philosophical Library, [1955] .

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Standard Title Philosophie bergsonienne. English
Subjects Bergson, Henri, 1859-1941.
Philosophy.
Description 383 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1955]
©1955
Notes Translation of: La Philosophie bergsonienne.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 378-380) and index.
Contents General Aspects of Bergsonism: The philosophy of intuition -- Bergonian evolutionism -- Being in itself and contingent being. The idea of nothingness -- The order of the world and organic finality -- Bersonian evolutionism and the intellect -- Critical examination of the philosophy of Bergson: The Bersonian doctrine -- The critique of intellect -- Intuition and duration -- God -- Man -- Freedom -- The new philosophy -- The two Bersonisms: Bergsonism of fact and Bersonism of intention -- Bergonism of intention and Thomism -- At the limits of philosophy -- Essay of appreciation: The metaphysics of Bergson -- The Bergsonian philosophy of morality and religion
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1327478
(OCoLC)ocm01327478
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WorldCat Identities Maritain, Jacques, 1882-1973.
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