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Bergson and the Art of ImmanencePainting, Photography, Film$
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John Mullarkey and Charlotte de Mille

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780748670222

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: May 2014

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748670222.001.0001

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. ‘For We Will Have Shown it Nothing’

. ‘For We Will Have Shown it Nothing’

Bergson as Non-Philosopher (of) Art

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Bergson and the Art of Immanence

John Mullarkey

Edinburgh University Press

Chapter compares Laruelle’s ‘non-standard philosophy’ with Bergson’s immanent metaphysics of art. In complementary ways, they both radicalise the relations between philosophy and art, Bergson seeing philosophy as a kind of general art, Laruelle making each of the arts (non-standardly) philosophical. They both ‘de-philosophise philosophy’ in the sense of making philosophy strange through what Bergson calls ‘penser en durée’, ‘the immanent thinking-in-time that makes philosophy a generic art and the arts specific, new, philosophies’

Keywords:   Bergson, Laruelle, gesture, art

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