An Introduction to Metaphysics

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Hackett Publishing, 1949 - Philosophy - 62 pages
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A reprint of the Library of Liberal Arts edition of 1949.

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User Review  - Kyle van Oosterum - Goodreads

Henri Bergson noted quite amazingly that our perception of reality is like a translation of an old text, which despite having some accuracy is nevertheless an imitation of an absolute and immobile ... Read full review

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User Review  - Matthew - Goodreads

Short and easy to read. Bergson's got a kind of European Taoism going here, although it's a little frustrating when he tell you that he can't talk about reality and then spends 60 pages talking about it. Read full review

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Bergson won the Nobel Prize in literature in 1927.

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