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Alpha (Osorno)

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RUIZ STULL, Miguel. Intuition, experience and time in the thinking of Bergson. Alpha [online]. 2009, n.29, pp.185-201. ISSN 0718-2201.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-22012009002900013.

This article aims to investigate the relationship between experience and time in the philosophical work of Henri Bergson. Our purpose is to articúlate these notions from an analysis of the operation of intuition in the context of this doctrine. This will likely consider that the method of Bergsonian intuition becomes an essential key in the emergence of concepts such as durée, memory and élan-vital, which highlight the singular empiricism with which Bergson's philosophical discourse can be illustrated.

Keywords : H. Bergson; experience; time; intuition; metaphysics.

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