Bergson and phenomenology
ΙΝ THIS PAPER we study the interconnections between the two major contributions to the philosophical understanding of time at the turn to the 20th century: Henri Bergson's view of time and its relation to life and to the living and Martin Heidegger's phenomenology of time and existential temporality. First we trace Heidegger's scarce references to Bergson's philosophy of life in Sein und Zeit as well as in the lecture courses of the same period and then we go back to the early Freiburg and Marburg lecture courses of the "hermeneutics of facticity" (1919-23), where Bergson makes a discrete, yet recognizable, appearance in Heidegger's phenomenological project.
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