Time, Freedom, and Creativity: Bergsonian Perspectives
Dates: March 16, 17.
Place: University of Liverpool in London (33 Finsbury Square, London
Organizers: Project Bergson in Japan and Barry Dainton
Speakers: Barry Dainton, Hisashi Fujita, Yasushi Hirai, Kaoru
Kamiyama, Anne Sophie Meincke, Tatsuya Murayama, Mark Sinclair, and
Remembering: Analytic and Bergsonian Approaches
One of the objectives of the PBJ (Project Bergson in Japan) is to attempt to “reboot” Bergsonian inspirations in the current philosophical context by way of interdisciplinary
collaboration with different traditions such as modern analytic philosophy and the science of consciousness.
Co-organized with the CPM (Centre for Philosophy of Memory), which is leading a rapidly growing analytical philosophy of memory, this workshop aims to expand the theoretical range of Bergson's philosophy of memory through to the latest debate on this topic via productive dialogue across the different traditions.
Physical Time, Biological Time: Bergsonism Today
Temps physique, temps biologique : actualité du bergsonisme
« Durée » bergsonienne et ses portées mathématiques
Bergsonian « duration » and its mathematical ranges
- 2017 Rebooting Matter and Memory
- 2016 Diagnoses of Matter and Memory
- 2015 The Anatomy of Matter and Memory
"NOUS, BERGSONIENS : MANIFESTE DE KYOTO (2015)" by Elie During (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre) and Paul-Antoine Miquel (Université Toulouse 2)
Some of key conceptions (from Hirai's presentation)
This study is supported by the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) under Grant No. 15H03154 and No. 19H01190 from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).