When it comes to cuts, maturity always wins
Carroll County Times
French philosopher Henri Bergson once wrote, "To exist is to change, to change is to mature, to mature is to go on creating oneself endlessly." Making difficult decisions on your own terms and living with the consequences is a sure sign of maturity.
The Modest Problem of Death: On Mark O'Connell's “To Be a Machine”
O'Connell's meditations echo Henri Bergson's understanding of the comic, whereby “the attitudes, gestures and movements of the human body are laughable in exact proportion as that body reminds of us of a mere machine.” He goes on to stipulate that the ...
Why Do Comics Laugh at Their Own Jokes? It's No Accident
New York Times
Over a century ago, Henri Bergson, one of the first modern philosophers to think deeply on the subject, pointed out that laughter is an “inherently social” activity, and in recent decades, academics have found data to support this theory. “Laughter is ...
Dance 43: Enjoy two weekends of dance at Hope event
Iannacone created his work in response to Crowley's, incorporating additional ideas such as Henri Bergson's 1896 book "Matiere et Memoire." Also sharing inspiration are Graham and Powell, who paired their works using common elements with unique ...