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Henri Bergson

The Nobel Prize in Literature 1927

Philosopher, Essayist wrote in French. Rich and vitalizing ideas and brilliant skill in presentation. President, Commission for Intellectual Cooperation of League of Nations.

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Creative Evolution
Translated by:
Creative Evolution Volume 66
Henri Bergson
Arthur Mitchell
H. Holt, 1911
370 pages

Laughter: An Essay on the Meaning of Comic by Henri Bergson, member of the Institute Professor at the College de France. Authorised Translation by Cloudesley Brereton L. es L. (Paris), M.A. (Cantab) and Fred Rothwell b.a. (London)

Matter and Memory by Henri Bergson, 1911

Time and Free Will: An essay on the Immediate Data of Consciousness by Henri Bergson, 1910

Henri Bergson: The Philosophy of Change
Author: Herbert Wildon Carr
Publisher: London: T.C. & E.C. Jack; Edenburgh: T. Nelson, 1919
Series: The People's Books [v.26]

Key Writings
Key Writings Bloomsbury Revelations
Henri Bergson
H. Holt, 1911
1472521781, 9781472521781
536 pages
Philosophy, General Literary Criticism/Semiotics & Theory

On Henri Bergson from Pegosos Author's Calendar

Works by Bergson at Project Gutenberg

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In French: Complete works, University of Quebec.

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Name: Henri Bergson
Birth: 18 October 1859, Paris, France
Death: 18 October 1859, Paris, France
Residence at the time of the award: France
Prize Motivation: "in recognition of his rich and vitalizing ideas and the brilliant skill with which they have been presented"
Field: Philosophy/essay writing
Language: French
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