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    Title: 論虛擬-從德勒茲回返柏格森
    On Virtual: from Deleuze back to Bergson
    Authors: 吳若慈
    Wu, Jo Tzu
    Contributors: 黃冠閔
    Huang, Kuan Min
    Wu, Jo Tzu
    Keywords: 虛擬
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2011-10-05 14:35:51 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 以哲學的角度來關注自我、他人與世界的關係,可以從各種面向來談論,這其


    From the philosophical point of view, the relationships between self, others, and world are considered in various ways, which include consciousness, action and other
    key concepts. Henri Bergson suggested "duration of life" as the basic unity of the existence. In the process of creating , consciousness and action are integrated into the
    whole experience of life. According to Gilles Deleuze's interpretation of Bergson, the process of creating became the foundation of Bergson’s ontology. The concept of
    "virtuality" palys the role as the ultimate principle of the philosophy of Bergson, and therefore, the interpretation forms a kind of bergsonism. In this paper, with the context of the Deleuze’s interpretation of Bergson, the author tries to return to the Bergson’s own texts , examine the similar or different points of view and attitudes toward "virtual" between the Deleuze’s interpretation of Bergson and Bergson himself, and then manifest the theorical characteristics and meanings of their dynamic ontologies in life creating. Eventually, after disclosing the operations of consciousness and action, one can get an attitude and a horizon renewed to rehold the relationships between self, others, and world.

    In the first chapter, it will focus on Deleuze's "Bergsonism", elucidating the context of
    interpretation and the related issues; in the second chapter, it will bring out that in the context of Bergson's philosophy, how the mind and body issue related to consciousness and action concerns about the issue of dynamic life between virtual and actual.; in the third chapter, from the consciousness side, it will deal with the
    relationships and connections between duration of life and free act; in the fourth chapter, from the action side, it will deal with the characteristics and meanings in the
    process of creating of duration of life. After the examinations, the conclusion will suggest the other significations of Bergson’s philosophy except of Deleuze's
    interpretation and explore the potential developments in the contemporary thinking.
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