4 edition of Bergson and Russian modernism, 1900-1930 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 142-161) and index.
|Statement||Hilary L. Fink.|
|Series||Studies in Russian literature and theory|
|LC Classifications||PG3020.5.M6 F55 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 169 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||98027706|
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Bergson and Russian Modernism provides a portrait of the early twentieth-century intersection of literature, philosophy, and art, showing how the Russian reception of Bergsonian philosophy helped to define Russian Modernism. By drawing on various works of Russian religious thought, Symbolism, Post-Symbolism, and the absurd, Fink examines Bergson's appeal to Russian Get this from a library.
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By drawing on various works of Russian religious thought, Symbolism, Post-Symbolism, and the absurd, Fink examines Bergson's appeal to Russian modernists interested in ?ISBN= Russian literature — 20th century — History and criticism; Modernism (Literature) — Russia (Federation) Bergson, Henri, — Influence; Series Studies in Russian literature and theory [More in this series] Bibliographic references Includes bibliographical references (p.
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This unabridged translation of the edition includes an editor's introduction, which contextualizes and outlines Jankélévitch's reading of Bergson, additional essays on Bergson by Jankélévitch, and Bergson's Fink is the author of "Bergson and Russian Modernism, ," published last year, which was a finalist for the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages' (AATSEEL) Prize for Best Scholarly Book.
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es l. (paris), m.a. (cantab) and fred rothwell b.a. (london) translators' preface this work, by professor bergson, has been revised in detail by The twentieth century Russian philosopher Nikolai Lossky was one of the earliest and most important proponents—but also critics—of Bergson’s philosophy in Russia at a time when many Russian philosophers were preoccupied with the same complex of philosophical questions and answers that Bergson was addressing.
Thus, if only from the standpoint of intellectual history, Lossky is central to Bergson and Russian modernism, Hilary L. Fink （Studies in Russian literature and theory） Northwestern University Press, c writes in her book Bergson and Russian Modernism () how in the case of modernist texts and Bergsonian philosophy5 she is not so interested in influence as an agency of causality (which is in her case the task of proving that Bergson caused 5 Henry Bergson (–), a French ://?sequence=2.
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Kondakov intended his book to be the definitive work on the Russian icon, his gift to the Russian people in a time of iconoclasm, when an entire culture of shared spiritual values seemed under threat.2 It was the fruit, not simply of decades of laborious scholarly research, but Bridging the Kantian gap: Bergson and Russian modernism, Hilary L.
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The textbook that Bergson used was Paul Janet’s Traité élémentaire de philosophie (), the first of its kind to feature brain diagrams and to acknowledge the cerebral foundations of consciousness [Figure I].
Before the author’s nephew, Pierre Janet, became one of France’s leading clinical psychologists, the elder Janet was an architect of education policy who directed lycée brain-in-the-third-republic-science-pedagogy-and-national. The philosophy of Henri Bergson was a major and perhaps the most important direct influence on the development of the Cubist aesthetic - as well as central to the development of early twentieth century Modernism.
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