I liked Bergson when I found him a few years back because he focused on the experience of DURATION and subjective time in general, something one rarely finds in any philosophical or scientific works. I knew that Prigogine was greatly influenced by Bergson and the notion of ‘internal time’ vs ‘external time’. but I wasn’t sure quite how yet.

I liked Bergson when I found him a few years back because he focused on the experience of DURATION and subjective time in general, something one rarely finds in any philosophical or scientific works.
I knew that Prigogine was greatly influenced by Bergson and the notion of ‘internal time’ vs ‘external time’. but I wasn’t sure quite how yet.
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but it _seems to me_ that what that indicates is that what’s called “objective time” is more a case of … how to word it well – kind of a “coalition” situation; that is, an averaging-of-individuals, a smearing that forms a barrier that structure can be built upon at the cost of losing reversibility of time
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