Why Philosopher Henri Bergson Rejected the Word 'Time'

Watching a clock is an odd experience. With the ticks and tocks of the second hand, life is broken into tiny segments. The clock divides. This moment right now, reading this word: one tick. If you watch a clock for long enough, reality can feel as if it’s a jittering, jerking series of discrete moments — a string of neatly compartmentalized “nows.”

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