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In this chapter, Jankélévitch presents Bergson method, which is to think everything contemporaneously and on its own terms. Jankélévitch also argues that Bergson’s method is inseparable from the contents of his philosophy and irreducible to any kind of doctrinal system. It is the only approach appropriate to the fundamental fact of duration or memory, to the life of organisms.

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