Société close et société ouverte chez Bergson et Popper : opposition ou complémentarité ?

Abstract : This article puts forwards a comparison between Bergson’s and Popper’s theory of closed and open societies. If Popper himself points to a similarity between their respective theories of closed societies, he also insists on the contrast between their visions of open societies. But how could two similar conceptions of the closed society give rise to two opposing conceptions of the open society? Without seeking to deny the tensions here, this article will show that Bergson and Popper’s respective analyses of open and closed societies are in both cases complementary.
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Didier Delsart. Société close et société ouverte chez Bergson et Popper : opposition ou complémentarité ?. Éthique, politique, religions, Classiques Garnier, 2015, Sociétés fermées et sociétés ouvertes, de Bergson à nos jours, 2015-2 (7), pp.97-118. ⟨hal-01788590⟩

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