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French philosopher and Nobel laureate Henri Bergson (1859 - 1941)
combined spirituality, mysticism, and science in an unique and
controversial way. His Roman Catholic faith (converted from Judaism)
would seem to be in direct conflict with the philosophy he followed
for much of his life.
The quote is from the 1907 work "L'Evolution Creatrice" ("Creative
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