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  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Man and His World Conception (Pt2 Ch7)
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    • (1845 – 1921) and Henri Bergson (1859 – 1941), are thinkers
    • Henri Bergson tries to penetrate to the nature of the self-conscious
    • I can feel myself really sheltered in the world as whole? Bergson
    • Bergson speaks of thinking as follows:
    • Proceeding from thoughts of this kind, Bergson finds that all attempts
    • way, Bergson believes he recognizes the impotence of thinking, he does
    • Bergson believes that a transformation of our usual mode of thinking
    • through the body. Bergson investigated in detail those results of
    • this kind can be enumerated. Bergson discusses them in his book,
    • In this way, modern philosophy seems through Bergson to take up its
    • same holds for Bergson insofar as the investigation of life is
    • form among all others. Through his intuitive knowledge Bergson
    • From lightly woven and easily attainable thoughts like this, Bergson

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