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SAROLEA, Prof. Charles. The French Renascence. 1916. Allen and Unwin. Chapter on Bergson, pp. 271-284, with portrait.

SCOTT. J.W. Syndicalism and Philosophical Realism. 1919. A.& C. Black. For Bergson, pp. 70-160.

SLOSSON, Dr. E. Major Prophets of To-day. 1914. Little, Boston, U.S.A. Pp. 44-103. (Portrait.)

SMITH, Norman Kemp, D. Phil. Commentary to Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. 1918. Macmillan.

SORLEY, Dr. W.R. Moral Values and the Idea of God. Cambridge University Press, 1918. Gifford Lectures, 1914-15. Discusses Intuition and Vital Impulse.

STEBBING, L. Susan, M.A. Pragmatism and French Voluntarism with Special Reference to the Notion of Truth in the Development of Philosophy from Maine de Biran to Bergson. M.A. (London.) Thesis, 1912. Cambridge University Press, 1914. Girton College Studies, No 6.

UNDERHILL, Evelyn. Mysticism. A Study in the Nature and development of man's spiritual consciousness. Dutton, U.S.A. 1912.

WALLAS, Graham. The Great Society. Error on p. 236, where he has 1912 for 1911, as date of Bergson's Lectures at London University.

WARD, Prof. James. The Realm of Ends. (Pluralism and Theism.) Cambridge University Press. Cf. pp. 306-7.

WARDELL, R.J. Contemporary Philosophy. Contains careless blunders. The date of the publication of L'Evolution creatrice in Paris is given as 1901 instead of 1907. This is on page 74. Then on page 95, Lectures given at London University are referred to as having been given at Oxford. The whole section of 28 pages, devoted to Bergson, tends to be somewhat misleading.

WEBB, C.C.J. God and Personality. Gifford Lectures, 1918-19. Geo. Allen and Unwin.

WOODBRIDGE, F.J.E. The Purpose of History. Reflections on Bergson, Dewey and Santayana. 1916. Columbia University Press.

Section III. English and American Articles

(a) Signed Articles

ABBOTT. "Philosophy of Progress." Outlook, Feb, 1913.

AKELY. "Bergson and Science." Philosophical Review, May, 1915.

ALEXANDER, H.B. "Socratic Bergson." Mid-West Quarterly, Oct., 1913.

ALEXANDER, S. "Matière et Mémoire." Mind, Oct, 1897.

ARMSTRONG. "Bergson, Berkeley and Intuition." Philosophical Review, 1914.

BABBITT. "Bergson and Rousseau." Nation, Nov., 1912.

BALDWIN. "Intuition." American Year Book, 1911.

BALFOUR. "Creative Evolution and Philosophic Doubt." Hibbert Journal, Oct, 1911; and Living Age, Dec. 2, 1911.

BALSILLIE. "Bergson on Time and Free Will." Mind, 1911.

BARR. "The Dualism of Bergson." Philosophical Review, 1914.

BEYER. "Creative Evolution and the Woman's Question." Educational Review, Jan, 1914.

BJORKMAN. "The Philosopher of Actuality." Forum, Sept, 1911. "Is there Anything New?" Forum. "Bergson: Philosopher or Prophet?" Review of Reviews, Aug, 1911.

BLACKLOCK. "Bergson's Creative Evolution." Westminster Review, Mar., 1912.

BODE "L'Evolution creatrice." Philosophical Review, 1908. "Creative Evolution." American Journal of Psychology, April, 1912.

BOSANQUET. Prediction of Human Conduct." International Journal of Ethics, Oct, 1910.

BOYD. "L'Evolution créatrice." Review of Theology and Philosophy, Oct, 1907.

BROWN. "Philosophy of Bergson." Church Quarterly Revtew, April, 1912.

BURNS. "Criticism of Bergson's Philosophy." North American Review, March, 1913.

BURROUGHS. "The Prophet of the Soul." Atlantic Monthly, Jan., 1914.

BUSH. "Bergson's Lectures." Columbia University Quarterly, 1913.

CALKINS. "Bergson: Personalist." Philosophieal Review, 1912-13. No. (6).

CARR "Philosophy of Bergson" Hibbert Journal, July, 1910. "Creative Evolution" Proc. Aristotelian Soc, Vol. 9 and 10. "Bergson's Theory of Instinct" Proc. Aristotelian Soc, Vol 10. "Bergson's Theory of Knowledge." Proc. Aristotelian Soc, Vol 9 "Psycho-physical Parallelism as a working hypothesis in Psychology." Proc. Aristotelian Soc, Vol. 1910-11. "The Philosophy of Bergson." Mind, Oct, 1911. "Science and Bergson" Mind, Oct, 1912. "On Mr Russell's Reasons for supposing that Bergson's Philosophy is not true" Cambridge Magazine, April, 1913. "The Concept of Mind-Energy." Mind, Jan., 1920.

CARUS. "The Anti-intellectual movement of to-day." Monist, July, 1912.

COCKERELL. "The New Voice in Philosophy." Dial, Oct., 1911.

COOKE. "Ethics and New Intuitionists." Mind, 1913.

CORRANCE. "Bergson and the Idea of God." Hibbert Journal, Feb, 1914.

CORY. "Bergson's Intellect and Matter." Philosophical Review, May, 1914. "Answer to Mr. Bertrand Russell's Philosophy of Bergson." Monist, Jan, 1914.

COSTELLOE (Mrs. ADRIAN STEPHEN). "What Bergson means by Inter-penetration" Proc. Aristotelian Soc, Vol. 1913-14. "Complexity and Synthesis: Data and Methods of Russell and Bergson. Proc. Aristotelian Soc., 1914-15.

COX. "Bergson's Message to Feminism." Forum, May, 1913.

CUNNINGHAM. "Bergson's Conception of Duration." Philosophical Review, 1914-15. "Bergson's Conception of Finality." Philosophical Review, 1914-15.

DIMNET. "Meaning of Bergson's Success." Saturday Review, 1914.

DOLSON. "Philosophy of Bergson." I. Philosophical Review, Nov., 1910. "Philosophy of Bergson." II. Philosophical Review, Jan., 1911.

DOUGLAS. "Christ and Bergson." North American Review, April, 1913.

DUBRAY. "Philosophy of Bergson." Bulletin of Catholic University of Washington, April, 1914.

DURBAN. "Philosophy of Bergson. Homiletic Review, Jan., 1912.

EWALD. "Philosophy in Germany in 1911." Trans. from German by Hammond. Philosophieal Review, Sept., 1912.

FAWCETT. "Matter and Memory." Mind, April, 1912.

FERRAR. "L'Evolution créatrice." Commonwealth, Dec., 1909.

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