An answer to Mr. Bertrand Russell's article on the philosophy of Bergson. Costelloe, K. Monist, 24(1):145–155, 1914.
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[first paragraph] Mr. Russell concludes his criticisms of Bergson's philosophy with the accusation that he confuses subject and object in his theory of perception. "As soon as this identification is rejected," we are told, "his whole system collapses : first his theories of space and time, then his belief in real contingency, then his condemnation of in tellect, then his account of the relations of mind and matter, and last of all his whole view that the universe contains no things, but only actions, movements, changes, from nothing to nothing."
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abstract = {[first paragraph] Mr. Russell concludes his criticisms of Bergson's philosophy with the accusation that he confuses subject and object in his theory of perception. "As soon as this identification is rejected," we are told, "his whole system collapses : first his theories of space and time, then his belief in real contingency, then his condemnation of in tellect, then his account of the relations of mind and matter, and last of all his whole view that the universe contains no things, but only actions, movements, changes, from nothing to nothing."},
author = {Costelloe, Karin},
doi = {10.5840/monist191424130},
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issn = {0026-9662},
journal = {Monist},
number = {1},
pages = {145--155},
title = {{An answer to Mr. Bertrand Russell's article on the philosophy of Bergson}},
url = {https://academic.oup.com/monist/article-lookup/doi/10.5840/monist191424130},
volume = {24},
year = {1914}
}
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