Matter and Memory
B 2430 .B4x 1911
Date of Publication
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Henri-Louis Bergson [1859-1941] was a French philosopher. He was the first to elaborate what came to be called a process philosophy, which rejected static values in favor of values of motion, change, and evolution. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1927.
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Matter and Memory is a translation from French of Henri Bergson's Matiere et Memoire first published in 1896. The work affirms the reality of spirit and reality of matter, and tries to determine the relation of the one to the other by the study of a definite example, that of memory. This translation was made from the fifth edition of 1908 and was proofread by the author. Bergson wrote an Introduction to the translation. Please see the attached Table of Contents.
Winthrop Library purchased the book from John Wanamaker February 1912 for $2.15.
Swan Sonnenschein & Co.
Philosophy, Memory, Mind and Body
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Bergson, Henri; Paul, Nancy Margaret; and Palmer, W. Scott, "Matter and Memory" (1911). Rare Books. 33.