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4bc16de163 SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) eye Title Date Archived Creator University of Toronto - Robarts Library 1,092 1.1K Time and free will; an essay on the immediate data of consciousness Jul 31, 2007 07/07 by Bergson, Henri, 1859-1941 texts eye 1,092 favorite 1 comment 0 Cornell University Library 570 570 Time and free will; an essay on the immediate data of consciousness Oct 29, 2009 10/09 by Bergson, Henri, 1859-1941 texts eye 570 favorite 3 comment 0 Cornell University Library 304 304 Time and free will, an essay on the immediate data of consciousness Nov 9, 2009 11/09 by Bergson, Henri, 1859-1941; Pogson, Frank Lubecki, d. Table of Contents. Author's Preface . You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Translator's Preface . External links. The essay deals with the problem of free will, which Bergson contends is merely a common confusion among philosophers caused by an illegitimate translation of the unextended into the extended, as a means of introducing his theory of duration, which would become highly influential among continental philosophers in the following century. Sonnenschein & co., lim.; New York, The Macmillan co Pages 296 Possible copyright status NOTINCOPYRIGHT Language English Call number AJY-5967 Digitizing sponsor MSN Book contributor Kelly - University of Toronto Collection kellylibrary; toronto Full catalog record MARCXML This book has an editable web page on Open Library. Authorized translation by Cloudesley Brereton and Fred Rothwell Aug 28, 2009 08/09 by Bergson, Henri, 1859-1941 texts eye 748 favorite 1 comment 0 Works in Translation 1,346 1.3K Essai sur les donnes immdiates de la conscience Aug 29, 2007 08/07 by Bergson, Henri, 1859-1941 texts eye 1,346 favorite 0 comment 0 University of Toronto - Robarts Library 360 360 Science, prayer, free will, [and] miracles: an essay, reprinted from the "Dublin Review" of April, 1867 Jan 24, 2008 01/08 by Ward, William George, 1812-1882 texts eye 360 favorite 0 comment 0 York University Libraries 692 692 An essay on the freedom of will in God and in creatures : and on various subjects connected therewith May 15, 2009 05/09 by Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748 texts eye 692 favorite 0 comment 0 American Libraries 663 663 Time and Free Will: An Essay on the Immediate Data of Consciousness Mar 30, 2008 03/08 by Henri Bergson, Frank Lubecki Pogson texts eye 663 favorite 0 comment 0 Source: . States of self perceived through forms borrowed from external world, 223 ; Intensity as quality, 225 ; Duration as qualitative multiplicity, 226 ; No duration in the external world, 227 ; Extensity and duration must be separated, 229 ; Only the fundamental self free, 231 ; ]Kant's mistaken idea of time as homogeneous, 232, hence he put the self which is free outside both space and time, 233 ; Duration is heterogeneous, relation of psychic state to act is unique, and act is free, 235-240.
Kelly Library ANDHIDE 1 MORE In CollectionCanadian Libraries Uploaded on 8/25/2006 Views 15,941 Favorites 4 . THE MULTIPLICITY OF CONSCIOUS STATES; THE IDEA OF DURATION. search Search the Wayback Machine Featured texts All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection Additional Collections eBooks & Texts Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Shareware CD-ROMs Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Open Library Children's Library Kimberly Kubus Featured movies All Video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now! Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip Library TV News Top Animation & Cartoons Arts & Music Community Video Computers & Technology Cultural & Academic Films Ephemeral Films Movies Understanding 9/11 News & Public Affairs Spirituality & Religion Sports Videos Television Videogame Videos Vlogs Youth Media Featured audio All Audio latest This Just In Grateful Dead Netlabels Old Time Radio 78 RPMs and Cylinder Recordings Live Music Archive Top Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers & Technology Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Podcasts Librivox Free Audiobook Radio Programs Spirituality & Religion Malyevados Featured software All Software latest This Just In Old School Emulation MS-DOS Games Historical Software Classic PC Games Software Library Internet Arcade Top Community Software MS-DOS APK Software Sites Tucows Software Library Vintage Software Vectrex Console Living Room Atari 2600 Magnavox Odyssey 2 Bally Astrocade Sega Genesis Sega Game Gear Atari 7800 ZX Spectrum Library: Games Featured image All Image latest This Just In Flickr Commons Occupy Wall Street Flickr Cover Art USGS Maps Metropolitan Museum Top NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center Brooklyn Museum web texts movies audio software image logo Toggle navigation ABOUT CONTACT BLOG PROJECTS HELP DONATE TERMS JOBS VOLUNTEER PEOPLE search Search the Archive upload personSIGN IN . Time and Free Will: An Essay on the Immediate Data of Consciousness (French: Essai sur les donnes immdiates de la conscience) is Henri Bergson's doctoral thesis, first published in 1889. THE ORGANIZATION OF CONSCIOUS STATES; FREE WILL. Number and its units, 75-77, number and accompanying intuition of space, 78-85 ; Two kinds of multiplicity, of material objects and conscious states, 85-87, impenetrability of matter, 88-89, homogeneous time and pure' duration, 90-91 ; Space and its contents, 92, empirical theories of space, 93-94, intuition of empty homogeneous medium peculiar to man, 95-97, time as homogeneous medium reducible to space, 98-99 ; Duration, succession and space, 100-104, pure duration, 105-106; ; Is duration measurable ? 107-110 ; Is motion measurable ? 111-112 ; Paradox of the Eleatics, 113-115 ; Duration and simultaneity, 115-116 ; Velocity and simultaneity, 117-119 ; Space alone homogeneous, duration and succession belong to conscious mind, 120-121 ; Two kinds of multiplicity, qualitative and quantitative, 121-123, superficial psychic states invested with discontinuity of their external causes, 124-126, these eliminated, real duration is felt as a quality, 127-128 ; The two aspects of the self, on the surface well-defined conscious states, deeper down states which interpenetrate and form organic whole, 129-139, solidifying influence of language on sensation, 129-132, analysis distorts the feelings, 132-134, deeper conscious states forming a part of ourselves, 134-136 ; Problems soluble only by recourse to the concrete and living self, 137-139. Quantitative differences applicable to magnitudes but not to intensities, 1-4 ; Attempt to estimate intensities by objective causes or atomic movements, 4-7 ; Different kinds of intensities, 7 ; Deep-seated psychic states: desire, 8, hope, 9, joy and sorrow, 10; Aesthetic feelings, 11-18: grace, 12, beauty, 14-18, music, poetry, art, 15-18 ; Moral feelings, pity, 19; ; Conscious states involving physical symptoms, 20: muscular effort, 21-26, attention and muscular tension, 27-28 ; Violent emotions, 29-31 : rage, 29, fear, 30 ; Affective sensations, 32-39: pleasure and pain, 33-39, disgust, 36 ; Representative sensations, 39-60 : and external causes, 42, sensation of sound, 43, intensity, pitch and muscular effort, 45-6, sensations of heat and cold, 46-7, sensations of pressure and weight, 47-50, sensation of light, 50-60, photometric experiments, 52-60, Delboeuf's experiments, 56-60 ; Psychophysics, 60-72: Weber and Fechner, 61-65, Delboeuf, 67-70, the mistake of regarding sensations as magnitudes, 70-72 ; Intensity in (1) representative, (2) affective states, intensity and multiplicity, 72-74.