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Ideas of Maurice Merleau-Ponty, by Text

[French, 1908 - 1961, Born at Rochefort. Taught at the Collège de France, Paris. Died in Paris.]

1945 Phenomenology of Perception
p.159 p.67 Consciousness is based on 'I can', not on 'I think'
p.329-30 p.41 The mind does not unite perceptions, because they flow into one another
1953 In Praise of Philosophy
p.4 p.241 Philosophers are marked by a joint love of evidence and ambiguity