The reversibility which is the ultimate truth
This article seeks to interrogate the intertwining of Truth and reversibility as presented in the unfinished work of Maurice Merleau-Ponty in The Visible and the Invisible. This relation raises three questions regarding the whole of Merleau-Ponty's philosophy; namely, the status it confers to truth, the place it grants to the ego, and the notion of the "flesh of the world."
Rogozinski, J. (2016). The reversibility which is the ultimate truth. Continental Philosophy Review 49 (4), pp. 469-483.
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