An Introduction to Metaphysics (book review) Henri Bergson

John Mullarkey (Editor),

Michael Kolkman (Editor),

Keith Ansell-Pearson (Editor)


100118: maybe because i have read so many on/by henri bergson (51) that this works so well. short, short book, this is concise and direct explication of the metaphysics that he expounds to greater length in his texts previous to publication (1903) and giving an idea where he goes next, his protention, in [book:Creative Evolution|379659], he talks about how in his work 'metaphysics' means to 'go beyond' symbols, to argue for 'intuition' rather than familiar 'intellectual analysis', and this book is best short short intro to where he comes from but more importantly- where he is going to...

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