The visible and the vision
What did Merleau-Ponty have in view when he said, with painters, that it is not I that see the trees and the landscapes, but it is the trees and the landscapes that look at me?
Lingis, A. (1986). The visible and the vision, in Phenomenological explanations, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 91-102.
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