Citation: Henri Bergson. Matter and Memory, translated by Nancy Margaret Paul and W. Scott Palmer. London: George Allen and Unwin (1911).
I. Of the Selection of Images for Conscious Presentation. What our Body Means and Does
II Of the Recognition of Images. Memory and Brain.
III. Of the Survival of Images. Memory and Mind.
IV. The Delimiting and Fixing of Images. Perception and Matter. Soul and Body.
Summary and Conclusion
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