|aThe challenge of Bergsonism :|bphenomenology, ontology, ethics /|cLeonard Lawlor.
|axiii, 154 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aPreface: Memory and life -- 1. The concept of the image: phenomenology : The artifice ; The threefold differentiation in order to determine the concept of the image ; The role of the body ; The theory of pure perception -- 2. The concept of memory: ontology : The primacy of memory ; The two differences in nature that define memory ; The central metaphysical problem of existence ; The image of the cone -- 3. The concept of sense: ethics : The bergsonian concept of intuition ; Bergson's philosophy of language -- Conclusion: Think in terms of duration -- Appendix 1. The point where memory turns back into life: an investigation of Bergson's The two sources of morality and religion -- Appendix 2. English translation of Jean Hyppolite's 1949 'Aspects divers de la m歋moire chez Bergson' ('Various aspects of memory in Bergson'), translated by Athena V. Colman.