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" ... the kaleidoscopic character of our adaptation to them. The cinematographical method is therefore the only practical method, since it consists in making the general character of knowledge form itself on that of action, while expecting that the detail... "
Film, a Modern Art - Page 30
by Aaron Sultanik - 1986 - 503 pages
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Creative Evolution

Henri Bergson, Arthur Mitchell - Evolution - 1911 - 407 pages
...itself_on_that pf_j&jiion, whila^xpecting that_thejdetailj3f.eack act .should. depend injts jurn_gn_that of knowledge. In order that action may always be enlightened,...and ensure its direction, must begin by adopting its rhythm. Action is discontinuous, like every pulsation of life; discontinuous, therefore, is knowledge....
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Creative Evolution

Henri Bergson, Arthur Mitchell - Evolution - 1911 - 407 pages
...detail of each act should depend in ita turn on that of knowledge. In order that action may always he enlightened, intelligence must always be present in...and ensure its direction, must begin by adopting its rhythm. Action is discontinuous, like every pulsation of life; discontinuous, therefore, is knowledge....
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Logic of Bergson's Philosophy

George Williams Peckham - 1917 - 68 pages
...state . . . " Finally, M. Bergson writes: " . . . that action may ... be enlightened, intelligence must be present in it, but intelligence in order thus to accompany the progress of activity . . . must begin by adopting its rhythm. Action is discontinuous, like every pulsation of life; discontinuous,...
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Zeno's Paradoxes

Wesley C. Salmon - Science - 2001 - 317 pages
...character of our knowledge of things is due to the kaleidoscopic character of our adaptation to them. expecting that the detail of each act should depend...and ensure its direction, must begin by adopting its rhythm. Action is discontinuous, like every pulsation of life; discontinuous, therefore, is knowledge....
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Creative Evolution

Henri Bergson - Philosophy - 2007 - 472 pages
...knowledge of things is due to the kaleidoscopic character of onr adaptation to them. The cinenaatographical method is therefore the only practical method, since...progress of activity and ensure its direction, must by adopting its rhythm, Action is discontinuous, like every pulsation of life; discontinuous, therefore,...
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