But, just as my plans and desires have changed in the past, these too could change. For now I'm just going to keep living by the words of Henri Bergson: “To exist is to change, to change is to mature, to mature is to go on creating oneself endlessly.” ...
Past Winners of the Nobel Prize in Literature
New York Times
Henri Bergson. 1926. Grazia Deledda. 1925. George Bernard Shaw. 1924. Wladyslaw Reymont. 1923. William Butler Yeats. Nobel Prize Awarded to William B. Yeats; Free State Senator Has Long Been Distinguished as an Irish Poet and Playwright (PDF).
'Religions resemble each other in their diversity'
EurekAlert (press release)
Among the Gifford Lecturers are US-American psychologist and philosopher William James (1900-1902), French philosopher and Nobel laureate in literature Henri Bergson (1913-1914), Scottish ethnologist and philologist James Frazer (1923-1925), ...
First Things (blog)
Holsinger finds precursors to theory's interest in the medieval world in Heidegger, Max Weber, Hegel, Croce, Bergson, and French “New Novelists” of the twentieth century. ... of habitus in Pierre Bourdieu, who also translated Panofsky's Gothic ...