[PDF / Epub] ☆ The Thinking of the Sensible: Merleau-Ponty's A-Philosophy By Mauro Carbone – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

The Thinking of the Sensible: Merleau-Ponty's A-Philosophy In This First English Publication Of A Well Known And Widely Respected Italian Scholar, Readers Will Encounter The Preeminent Interpreter Of The Works Of Maurice Merleau Ponty Engaged In A Dialogue Of Critical Concern To Contemporary Philosophy In Subtle And Sensitive Language Eminently Suited To The Style And Substance Of Merleau Ponty S Own Writings, Mauro Carbone Fashions Four Essays Around A Central Theme The Relations Of The Sensible And The Intelligible, And Of Philosophy And Non Philosophy That Occupied Merleau Ponty In His Later Work An Original And Innovative Interpretation Of The Ontology Of Merleau Ponty And Themselves A Significant Contribution To The Field Of Continental Thought These Essays Constitute A Sustained Exploration Of What Merleau Ponty Detected, And Greeted, As A Mutation Within The Relations Of Man And Being, Which Would Provide Him With The Basis For A New Idea Of Philosophy Or A Philosophy In Lucid, Often Elegant Terms, Carbone Analyzes Key Elements Of Merleau Ponty S Thought In Relation To Proust S Recherche, Hegel S Phenomenology Of Spirit, The New Biology Of Von Uexk Ll, Rimbaud S Lettre Du Voyant, And Heidegger S Conception Of Letting Be His Work Clearly Demonstrates The Vitality Of Merleau Ponty S Late Revolutionary Philosophy By Following Its Most Salient, Previously Unexplored Paths This Is Essential Reading For Any Scholar With An Interest In Merleau Ponty, In The Questions Of Embodiment, Temporality And Nature, Or In The Possibility Of Philosophy Today

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