The look, the body and the other
Sartre is the contemporary philosopher who has most explicitely interrelated the problem of the look, the body and the other. In Being and Nothingness, he devotes one-fourth of his seven hundred and twenty pages to the problem of the body and the other,1 and of that he devotes a total of nearly sixty pages to the function of the look.
Vet Eecke, W. (1975)., The look, the body and the other, in D. Ihde & R. Zaner (eds.), Dialogues in phenomenology, Den Haag, Nijhoff, pp. 224-246.
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