What does Bergson bring to the history of the concept of "structure" even before the advent of structuralism? Why is his approach still relevant today? Sébastien Miravete proposes a rereading of Bergsonian philosophy to show how it outlines an other structuralist metaphysics, which can inspire all 21st century thought.
Sébastien Miravete has a PhD in philosophy and a PhD in cognitive psychology. His works focus on the history of contemporary French philosophy (Bergson, Simondon, Deleuze, Lyotard) and ancient philosophy (Zeno, Plato, Aristotle), on learning structures and their role at different scales.