[burg-suh n, berg-; French berg-sawn]
- Hen·ri [ahn-ree] /ɑ̃ˈri/, 1859–1941, French philosopher and writer: Nobel Prize in Literature 1927.
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Much of this falls under Bergson's conception of humor as social censure.The American Mind
It has been revived in our own days by Bergson, Matière et Mémoire, p. 57.Form and Function
E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
The first of these fruitless summers the Bergson boys bore courageously.
Mrs. Bergson must have looked just like this when she was a little girl.
Bergson went over in his mind the things that had held him back.
- Henri Louis (ɑ̃ri lwi). 1859–1941, French philosopher, who sought to bridge the gap between metaphysics and science. His main works are Memory and Matter (1896, trans. 1911) and Creative Evolution (1907, trans. 1911): Nobel prize for literature 1927
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