1. Manfred Milz (2011). Bergsonian Vitalism and the Landscape Paintings of Monet and Cézanne: Indivisible Consciousness and Endlessly Divisible Matter. The European Legacy 16 (7):883 - 898.
    From around the year 1900, the ideal of the equivalence of art (form) and nature (animated matter) was challenged when two concurring principles?homogeneous duration and heterogeneous moments?started to manifest themselves in the discrete attempts of artists to integrate being into art. As creative approaches to the perception and representation of nature, these diametrically opposed configurations find expression in the writings of the French philosopher Henri Bergson, mainly between 1889 and 1907. The notion of living forms in permanent transition, informed by (...)
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  2. Manfred Milz (2011). Introduction. The European Legacy 16 (7):851 - 854.
    The European Legacy, Volume 16, Issue 7, Page 851-854, December 2011.
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  3. Manfred Milz (2002). Eros Und Erkenntnistrieb: Ästhetischer Dialog Zwischen Alberto Giacometti Und Samuel Beckett Um 1930. Zeitschrift für Ästhetik Und Allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft 47 (2):237-262.
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