There is a striking resemblance between this aspect of Bergsonism
and the Sixth Patriarch's point that "All things have their own ways and therefore they do not hinder or afflict each other" ([phrase omitted]).
Fraser B (2008) Toward a philosophy of the urban: Henri Lefebvre's uncomfortable application of Bergsonism
Deleuze's virtual finds its impetus in Bergson's theory of time, which, as Bergsonism
reveals, offers a way of conceptualizing a unified heterogeneity.
While his approach more or less assumes that the reader of Counter-Archive comes pre-armed with a knowledge and understanding of Bergsonism
, in particular, it allows Amad to provide a model for a way of writing film history and thinking about archival research that is fresh and inspiring.
Gilles Deleuze along with Felix Guattari discusses the issues of multiplicities in his book Bergsonism
(1978) and delves into its political ramifications with Guattari in A Thousand Plateaus (1980).
In sections on conceptualizing Deleuze, Deleuze and aesthetics, and glossary, they discuss such topics as the invention of problems in Deleuze's Bergsonism
, intensive multiplicities in A Thousand Plateaus, Essays Critical and Clinical, modernism and the imperceptible animal, Henry Miller and Deleuze's "strange Anglo-American literature, incorporeal modernism, body without organs, memory, and schizoanalysis.
Nazim Irem, "Undercurrents of European Modernity and the Foundations of Modern Turkish Conservatism: Bergsonism
in Retrospect," Middle Eastern Studies, Vol.
4) The most obvious connection between vitalism and Deleuze undertaken in his book Bergsonism
, but also in Deleuze's Difference and Repetition and A Thousand Plateaus, work to dismantle a rational subject in favor of multiplicities: potentially actualized selves in a state of becoming.
8) For a more complete explication of Deleuze's developing use of the term "virtual," see his book Bergsonism
While it has perhaps been common to read Kazantzakis through Bergson, critics have tended to apply this approach only to his fiction, in the main con centrating on those aspects of Bergsonism
most relevant to religious/spiritual concerns.
and the individual work of Gilles Deleuze entitled Bergsonism
Gilles Deleuze, Bergsonism
(New York: Zone Books, 1988), 17.