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Henri Bergson (1859–1941)

Bergson, Henri Louis (berg-so‘). A French philosopher, born in Paris, Oct. 18, 1859; died in 1941; professor at the Collège de France after 1900. His works include: ‘Matter and Memory’ (1897); ‘Laughter’ (1900); ‘Creative Evolution’ (1907); ‘The Perception of Change’ (1911). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).