The essays in this volume situate Merleau-Ponty’s thinking in the last decade of the twentieth century, both with regard to general context and with regard to specific themes. These are original contributions which reconfigure traditional patterns of thought by means of a plurality of styles which reflect each author’s response to Merleau-Ponty’s incomplete vision. The text opens with a new vision of space and proceeds to reorient traditional structures of thinking in ethics, psychology, political theory, axiology, language theory, metaphysics, textuality, semiology, and aesthetics. Through this procession one witnesses currently emerging views of subjectivity, objectivity, location, locution, and personal style as these themes have evolved through the deconstructive critique. Contributors include Edward S. Casey, Duane H. Davis, David Michael Levin, Alphonso Lingis, G. B. Madison, Joseph Margolis, Hugh J. Silverman, and Jacques Taminiaux.
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Depth and Place Reexamined
The Problem of Transcendence and Language
Intersubjectivity and the Reversals of Reflection
5 MerleauPontys Deconstruction of Logocentrism
Husserl Heidegger and MerleauPonty
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