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BERGSON, HENRI. - Creative Evolution. Translated by Arthur Mitchell.

NY, Henry Holt 1911. Octavo publisher's cloth; 407pp. Mildly used. ¶ First edition in English, the original appeared in 1907. By 1910 Bergson was an international star but his major work still wasn't in English. William James gets the credit for starting this translation on its way and the "illumination of much that was dark to me" (Mitchell) while Bergson himself revised the work. The list of philosophers who followed or at least admired Bergson is impressive but the list of philosophers who spent a lot of time and effort discrediting him is stellar - a pantheon of later 20th century philosophy.
AUD 50.00 [Appr.: EURO 31.5 US$ 36.07 | £UK 28 | JP¥ 3919] Book number 2295

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