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Bertrand Russell on Henri Bergson

The classification of philosophies is effected, as a rule, either by their methods or by their results : “empirical” and ” a priori ” is a classification by methods, ” realist ” and ” idealist ” is a classification by results.

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some Recognitions to Workshop

A few words on recognition. The signifying chains said to constitute two discrete subjectivities in psychoanalysis are not distinct, because two subjects would otherwise never be capable of sharing a perception; of having mutual re-cognizance. 307 more words

Funny Or Comical?

One of the things that has always intrigued me is the nature of comedy. Yes, I am strange. But the thing I find most interesting is that the word “comedy” was originally attached to events that are not necessarily funny. 955 more words

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What Is An Image? Or, There's No Such Thing As Acting Naturally

We hear the word image and, more often than not, we immediately draw invisible lines: Those are images over there; this is reality. On the one side, we see paintings, ads, magazines, tv shows; on the other, we see buildings, mountains, people, traffic. 960 more words

Creative Evolution- Henri Bergson

Enjoying this one so far. Books like these challenge you to entirely rethink your existence. It’s definitely only for the “deep sea divers” of life!

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Assembling Here

Sitting here at my desk in the English West Midlands I contemplate a small patch of upland Montgomeryshire. This small piece of Wales that my attention dwells in is toponymically identified as ‘Y Glonc’ – assuming, that is, that the Ordnance Survey cartographers have dropped those six letters and their space in the right place on the 1:50,000 scale Landranger 136. 606 more words

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An Angle on Suffering (2/3): Dabrowski's Theory

The mind and spirit of man advance when he is tried by suffering. The more the ground is ploughed the better the seed will grow, the better the harvest will be.

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Bahá'í Faith