Mark Sinclair is Reader in Philosophy at the University of Roehampton, UK, and Associate Editor at the British Journal for the History of Philosophy. He is the author of Being Inclined: Felix Ravaisson's Philosophy of Habit (2019) and co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of Modern French Philosophy.
Providing both careful exposition and judicious evaluation, Mark Sinclair's Bergson will prove invaluable to students and instructors alike. The book situates Bergson in his historical philosophical and political contexts, as well as locating where his positions fall in contemporary discussions. Highly recommended. - John Protevi, Louisiana State University, USA Mark Sinclair has written a wonderfully accessible and exhaustive introduction to Bergson's thought. In the style of engaged history of philosophy, Bergson is a remarkable contribution to the ongoing Bergson resurgence and an invaluable resource for readers at all levels. - Donald A. Landes, Universite Laval, Canada