Bergson's Philosophy of biology: virtuality, tendency and time

Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press (2022)
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Tano S. Posteraro contributes to the increasingly serious study of Bergson's philosophy with a tight focus on Bergson's theory of evolution. He presents an alternative Bergson: not a phenomenologist whose central datum is the conscious experience of lived time or the lived body in time, but a systematic philosopher of biology with a robust, prescient and largely workable evolutionary programme.

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