Table of contents for The Crisis in modernism : Bergson and the vitalist controversy / edited by Frederick Burwick and Paul Douglass.

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Introduction Frederick Burwick and Paul Douglass
Part I. Historical Background: 1. The traditions of enlightenment vitalism: with a note on Bakhtin George Rousseau
2. S. T. Coleridge and the romantic background to Bergson Jack Haeger
3. Sir Charles Bell and the vitalist controversy in the early nineteenth century Frederick Burwick
4. 'The triumph of life': Nietzsche's verbicide Frederick Amrine
Part II. Vitalism in Twentieth Century Philosophy and Science: 5. Bergson's vitalism in the light of modern biology Maeia de Issekutz Wolsky and Alexander A. Wolsky
6. Metaphysical indeterminacy and freedom: Bergson and Peirce Milic Capek
7. Vilalism, empiricism and the quest for reality in German and English philosophy Jorgen Klein
8. Bergson and Sartre: the rise of French existentialism P. A. Y. Gunter
9. Vitalism and contemporary thought Joseph Chiari
Part III. Vitalism In Twentieth Century Literature and Aesthetics: 10. Bergson and the politics of vitalism Sanford Schwartz
11. Bergson and the discourse of the moderns Richard Lehan
12. Modern times: Stein, Bergson and the ellipses of American writing Joseph N. Riddel
13. Deleuze's Bergson: Bergson redux Paul Douglass

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Bergson, Henri, 1859-1941, Vitalism History