London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1911. Hard Cover. Good / No Jacket. Item #2325211
No jacket. Boards soiled, label on rear board, hinges starting.
x, 304 pp. Analysis of the thought of French analytic and continental philosopher Henri Bergson, who won the 1927 Nobel Prize in Literature, and stressed the importance of immediate experience and intuition above rational abstraction. Stewart compares Bergson's views negatively to Kant's.