102564

Northwestern University Press, Evanston, Ill.

1964

XXVII, 193 pages

ISBN n/a

Written between 1945 and 1947, these essays provide an excellent introduction to Merleau-Ponty's thought. They summarize his previous insights and exhibit their widest range of application--in aesthetics, ethics, politics, and the sciences of man. Each essay opens new perspectives to man's search for reason

Cézanne's doubt

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

15-44

Metaphysics and the novel

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

26-40

A scandalous author

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

41-47

The film and the new psychology

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

48-59

Hegel's existentialism

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

63-70

The metaphysical in man

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

83-98

Concerning Marxism

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

99-124

The battle over existentialism

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

123-143

Marxism and philosophy

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

125-136

The war has taken place

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

139-152

For the sake of truth

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

153-171

Faith and good faith

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

172-181

Man, the hero

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

182-187

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