Henri Bergson, 1859-1941. French philosopher especially known for his teachings on duration and vital force. Aside from his philosophical work, he is remembered for his work supporting the League of Nations and his refusal of special treatment during the Vichy government's persecution of Jews.
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Bergson and His Philosophy
Full text of this book by John Alexander Gunn.
Henri Bergson's The Creative Mind
A summation of the main points of this work, by Alex Scott.
Malaspina Great Books: Henri Bergson
Concise biography and some links.
A New Philosophy: Henri Bergson
Project Gutenberg etext of this book by Edouard le Roy, as translated to English by Vincent Benson.
Nobel Prize in Literature 1927
Documents related to this prize which Bergson received. Includes presentation speech, biography, and text of Bergson's banquet speech.
Wikipedia: Henri Bergson
Encyclopedia article providing extensive biographical information and links to related articles.
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