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Soulez and Worms, Bergson, 187. part i Closed and Open one The Closed and the Open in The Two Sources of Morality and Religion a distinction that changes everything Frédéric Worms Translated by Alexandre Lefebvre and Perri Ravon j It may appear presumptuous to maintain, as I will do here, that a distinction—especially one set out in a philosophy book—could change everything, that is, even change everything in our lives. I must therefore immediately make clear that it is not the book itself that changes everything; Bergson, in publishing The Two Sources of Morality and Religion in 1932, would certainly not have made such a claim!
1. See Damasio, Descartes’ Error. See Marion, The Erotic Phenomenon, 7. See Pippen, The Persistence of Subjectivity, 149. Soulez and Worms, Bergson, 187. part i Closed and Open one The Closed and the Open in The Two Sources of Morality and Religion a distinction that changes everything Frédéric Worms Translated by Alexandre Lefebvre and Perri Ravon j It may appear presumptuous to maintain, as I will do here, that a distinction—especially one set out in a philosophy book—could change everything, that is, even change everything in our lives.
Such is the very simple and literal deﬁnition of closed societies: ‘‘They may be very vast . . [but] their essential characteristic is none the less to include at any moment a certain number of individuals, and exclude others’’ (ts 31/1000; translation modiﬁed). What could be simpler? A closed society is one that does not include everyone, that marks a spatial limit, a frontier, an exclusion. But this spatial closure is immediately moral. Where the society stops so too does its morality. This closure, therefore, is not just a simple fact but also a serious problem.