Henri Bergson Quote: “Life does not proceed by the…”

Life does not proceed by the association and addition of elements, but by dissociation and division.

Henri Bergson

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Name: Henri Bergson
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: French
Birthday: October 18, 1859
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