This Volume Of The Collected Writings Of John Sallis Presents A Two Semester Lecture Course On Maurice Merleau Ponty Given At Duquesne University From 1970 To 1971 Devoted Primarily To A Close Reading Of The French Philosopher S Magnum Opus, Phenomenology Of Perception, The Course Begins With A Detailed Analysis Of The Structure Of Behavior The Central Topics Considered In The Lectures Include The Functions Of The Phenomenological Body Beyond Realism And Idealism The Structures Of The Lived World Spatiality, Temporality, Language, Sexuality And Perception And Knowledge Sallis Illuminates Merleau Ponty S First Two Works And Offers A Thread To Follow Through Developments In His Later Essays Merleau Ponty S Notion Of The Primacy Of Perception And His Claim That The End Of A Philosophy Is The Account Of Its Beginning Are Woven Throughout The Lectures For Sallis S Part, These Lectures Are Foundational For His Extended Engagement With Merleau Ponty S The Visible And The Invisible, Which Was Published In Sallis S Phenomenology And The Return To Beginnings.
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- John Sallis
- 03 January 2017 John Sallis