Are the very temporal structures to be characterized as temporal or as eternal? Can we decide whether temporality is “subjective” or “objective”? Do the metaphors of flow and stream describe temporality in a proper way? The book of Mark Losoncz seeks to answer these questions first and foremost by interpreting Bergson’s and Husserl’s philosophy of time, and by focusing upon the way that temporality as a self-creating and complex form is constituted. These two philosophers contributed the most to the conceptualization of the experience of time in the history of philosophy of time, not only in quantitative terms, but also regarding conceptual rigor and creativity.
Vreme, svest i kompleksnost. Temporalnost u Bergsonovoj i Huserlovoj filozofiji. – Belgrade: Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory; Novi Sad / Sremski Karlovci: Izdavačka knjižarnica Zorana Stojanovića; 2018 (Grocka: Donat graf). – p. 443.