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  • 1 BERGSON (H.) — Philosophe français, né et mort à Paris. Professeur au Collège de France (1900), membre de l’Académie des sciences morales et politiques (1901), de l’Académie française (1914) ainsi que de nombreuses académies étrangères, lauréat du prix Nobel de …

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  • 2 Bergson — ist der Name folgender Personen: Abram Bergson (1914–2003), amerikanischer Ökonom Bill Bergson, fiktive Figur Henri Bergson (1859–1941), französischer Philosoph Herb Bergson, amerikanischer Politiker Leif Bergson (1927–1999), schwedischer… …

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  • 3 BERGSON — (Berkson), assimilated Warsaw family, descended from the court factor samuel zbitkower (d. 1800). Most of the children of his second wife, Judith Levi of Frankfurt on the Oder, were given a secular education, and converted to Christianity,… …

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  • 4 Bergson — (izg. bergsȏn), Henri (1859 1941) DEFINICIJA francuski filozof, protivnik neokantizma, racionalizma, pozitivizma i filozofskog materijalizma; razvio je »procesualnu filozofiju« koja odbacuje statične vrijednosti u korist vrijednosti kretanja,… …

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  • 5 Bergson — Bergson, Henri …

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  • 6 Bergson — Bergson, Henri Louis …

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  • 7 Bergson — (Henri) (1859 1941) philosophe français. Spiritualiste, il utilise les concepts de durée, de mémoire, d élan vital et d intuition: Essai sur les données immédiates de la conscience (1889), Matière et Mémoire (1896), le Rire (1900), l évolution… …

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  • 8 Bergson — [berk sōn′; ] E [ berg′sən] Henri [än rē′] 1859 1941; Fr. philosopher Bergsonian [berg sō′nē ən] adj., n …

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  • 9 Bergson — Henri Bergson Henri Louis Bergson Philosophe Occidental Époque moderne Henri Bergson, Prix Nobel de littérature (1927) Naissance  …

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  • 10 Bergson — Bergsọn,   Henri, französischer Philosoph, * Paris 18. 10. 1859, ✝ ebenda 4. 1. 1941; war seit 1900 Professor am Collège de France in Paris, seit 1914 Mitglied der Académie française; erhielt 1928 (für 1927) den Nobelpreis für Literatur. Als… …

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  • 11 Bergson — noun French philosopher who proposed elan vital as the cause of evolution and development (1859 1941) • Syn: ↑Henri Bergson, ↑Henri Louis Bergson • Instance Hypernyms: ↑philosopher …

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  • 12 Bergson — n. family name; Henri Louis Bergson (1859 1941), French philosopher and writer, winner of the 1927 Nobel prize for literature …

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  • 13 Bergson — biographical name Henri Louis 1859 1941 French philosopher • Bergsonian adjective …

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  • 14 Bergson — Bergsonian /berrg soh nee euhn, berg /, adj., n. /berrg seuhn, berg /; Fr. /berddg sawonn /, n. Henri /ahonn rddee /, 1859 1941, French philosopher and writer: Nobel prize for literature 1927. * * * …

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  • 15 Bergson — Berg•son [[t]ˈbɜrg sən, ˈbɛrg [/t]] n. Henri, big 1859–1941, French philosopher and writer: Nobel prize 1927 Berg•so′ni•an ˈsoʊ ni ən adj. n …

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  • 16 Bergson — /ˈbɜgsən/ (say bergsuhn) noun Henri, 1859–1941, French philosopher and writer; Nobel prize for literature 1927. –Bergsonian /bɜgˈsoʊniən/ (say berg sohneeuhn), adjective …

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  • 17 BERGSON, HENRI LOUIS — (1859–1941), French philosopher. His father, michael bergson , came from a distinguished Warsaw family; his mother from England. He was born in Paris and from 1881 taught philosophy at the Angers Lycée and subsequently at Clermont Ferrand, where… …

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  • 18 Bergson (Begriffsklärung) — Bergson steht für Abram Bergson (1914–2003), amerikanischer Ökonom Bill Bergson, fiktive Figur Henri Bergson (1859–1941) französischer Philosoph Herb Bergson, amerikanischer Politiker Michael Bergson, jüdisch polnischer Komponist Peter Bergson,… …

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  • 19 BERGSON, ABRAM — (1914–2003), U.S. economist and expert on the Soviet Union. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Bergson earned his B.A. degree from Johns Hopkins University in 1933 and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard in 1935 and 1940, respectively. While he was a… …

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  • 20 Bergson (disambiguation) — Bergson is a surname and may refer to:* Abram Bergson (1914–2003), American economist * Bill Bergson, fictional character * Henri Louis Bergson (1859–1941) French philosopher * Herb Bergson, American politician …

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