Bergson: intuition and intuitive method

Trans/Form/Ação 21 (1):151-164 (1999)

Our purpose is to show that intuition, according to Bergson's thought, is both a knowledge faculty that opposes intelligence and a philosophical method constituted by rational procedures which provides and enriches it. In this way, both aspects of intuition are intimately connect and indispensable to the understanding of each other.Propomo-nos a mostrar que a intuição tal como aparece no pensamento de Bergson é tanto uma faculdade de conhecimento que se opõe à inteligência quanto um método filosófico constituído por procedimentos racionais, os quais a propiciam e enriquecem. Nesse sentido, ambos os aspectos da intuição estão intimamente ligados, sendo cada um imprescindível à compreensão do outro
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Bergson: intuição e método intuitivo.Jonas Gonçalves Coelho - 1999 - Trans/Form/Ação 21 (1):151-164.

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