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Phenomenology of Perception (Classics Series)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2007

    Can be Life-Changing

    Merleau-Ponty wrote most of this book while he was a prisoner of war. It is not just academic techno-babble or logic or analysis. It is about the ability to taste life. It is about the ability to use language as a gift to discover the world and others. It is about what it means to be an authentic person. Some stuck-up philosophers think this book just repeats the same simple message over and over, and it does revolve around a theme. It has a message that if you need to hear, it can be life changing. If you feel separated from life by too much thought or too many questions, it can help articulate the psychology of living fully. At the very least, it can challenge your idea of what philosphy is supposed to be.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2005

    I perceive....

    A wonderful book on philosophy. Really gets thoughts churning and turning and keeps your interest. Very deep read.

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