OTHER WORDS FROM BergsonBerg·so·ni·an [burg-soh-nee-uhn, berg-], /bɜrgˈsoʊ ni ən, bɛrg-/, adjective, noun
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Secretly, however, Marie pines for Emil Bergson, a dreamer and intellect who seems ill-suited to life on a farm.
This determinism is in the one case what Bergson calls "radical finalism," and in the other "radical mechanism."
It results not in freedom, but in what Bergson would call the triumph of mechanism over freedom.
Bergson's Creative Evolution deals with the subject, but the value of this book is greater in other directions.
The main weakness of Bergson's philosophy seems to be in not recognising this problem.
It is a great merit of Bergson, too, to have perceived this fundamental difference.