N=1. L'empirismo integrale di Gentile e Bergson
N = 1. The integral empiricism of Gentile and Bergson
Data pubblicazione: 2014
Fascicolo: LIII - anno: 2014 - pp. 45-59
There was no real dialogue between Bergson and Gentile. The French philosopher doesn’t know Gentile. The Italian philosopher, on his part, knows Bergson, but considers him as the author of a “modest philosophy” that can be confined to the field of Psychology, if not to that of Psychophysiology. The two philosophers share an identical speculative gesture, despite the indisputable difference of the “external and historical” frame of the two philosophies. They both develop a philosophy of absolute immanence which aims at creating a new model of the intelligibility of becoming, suitable to the “complexity” of the real. This philosophy is in compliance with a certain line of thinking of the twentieth century – from pragmatism to Whitehead’s Philosophy of Organism, from Ruyer’s Philosophy of Biology to the Simondonian reflection on individuation, up to the Ontology of Deleuze – undoubtedly supported only by a minority but more than ever modern and necessary today.
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