THE TWO SOURCES OF MORALITY AND RELIGION by Henri Bergson

THE TWO SOURCES OF MORALITY AND RELIGION

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The long awaited English translation of a book that has, in France, gone through seventeen editions since publication in 1932. Reaffirms the bold philosophy of Creative Evolution; studies the interdependence of instinct and intelligence in the formation of social morality and ""static religion"". However, he puts right emphasis on the proper significance of both morality and religion. A book for the thoughtful reader, seeking stimulating, and occasionally controversial, presentation of a philosophical method of scientific thought.

Pub Date: March 25th, 1935
Publisher: Henry Holt