Phénoménologie de la perception (2020)

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  • Title: Phénoménologie de la perception
  • Author: Maurice Merleau-Ponty
  • ISBN: 9782070293377
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    1. All hitherto existing models of perception are false From the outset empiricism would do violence by mis describing its most basic datum, the act of perceiving Idealism would come about to try and correct the absurdities that arise when empiricism is taken as doctrine However, by failing to provide an alternate account of perception, idealism left the crucial point unchallenged There are no atoms of perception Perception is already a whole That, I think, is the crucial point, and from there Most [...]

    2. In some ways this may be the most phenomenal philosophy book that I have ever read In it, Merleau Ponty attempts to present a description of how human beings perceive the world in which they live He is often surprisingly successful The evidence for me came in a startling manner While reading the section about perceiving the body, I had an experience for which I have no words, but that perhaps comes closest to what certain mystics would call enlightenment But it was a completely bodily enlightenm [...]

    3. A slow read Lots of conceptual learning involved What is empiricism, etc I never was highly philosophical Enjoying it precisely because it s so unlike my usual fare Sarah Bakewell speaks highly of it in her At The Existentialist Caf Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails a very worthy book and far readable than the present text.From Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Merleau Ponty s constant points of historical reference are Descartes, Kant, Hegel, and Marx The characteristic approach of Merle [...]

    4. I have to suspect that this is probably the most thrilling and exciting book I have ever read, in any genre, in any format, on any subject matter Just an astounding book Electrifying On fire Makes you want to race around the room and scramble up the walls like a lab mouse on stimulants You suddenly realize that so much of the topics we typically preoccupy ourselves with are hardly even apprehended correctly by our own senses It is not just that we glance at things, half hear what is spoken to us [...]

    5. When we want to analyze perception, we transport these objects into consciousness We commit what psychologists call the experience error, that is, we immediately assume that what we know to exist among things is also in our consciousness of them We build perception out of the perceived And since the perceived is obviously only accessible through perception, in the end we understand neither What begins as an exploration of perception one which interjects the body between consciousness and the wor [...]

    6. Merleau Ponty is, for me, the best writer in phenomenology since Husserl, who created the damned thing While Phenomenology of Perception is clearly a product of its time, and the available psychology, the amount of interesting work that Merleau Ponty is able to do in what is essentially proto cognitive science is very impressive His work is carried forward in the writing of Alva No and others, and I do think that the ways that Merleau Ponty gets updated and the ways that he or less stays the sa [...]

    7. First, I must admit it took me many months to read this book Frankly, I can only handle one chapter at time But like many such books, the work pays off as one slowly reflects on the slow, detailed exposition of a philosophy In some ways, I see this book as a sequel to Schopenhauer s World of Will and Representation a book that takes even longer to read Merleau Ponty takes the world of representation or perception and deeply explores how consciousness arises, not as a thing itself, but within the [...]

    8. From what I comprehended of the Phenomenology of Perception, it is a stunning, absolutely stunning work of philosophy rigorous and scientific while at the same time very aware of the limits of human knowledge, radical without devolving into cant, deeply humanistic, and, unsurprisingly, exceptionally perceptive.For Merleau Ponty novices our minds are nested within our bodies which are nested within the world, and any attempts to reduce the world to an idealist or materialist conception rely on th [...]

    9. Not an easy read, but a thought provoking book Merleau Ponty essentially sets forth reasons to rethink philosophy s approaches in an age of science and psychology not a call to end philosophy or render it irrelevant, though He suggests that philosophy as a discipline can become MORE relevant if philosophers admit of phenomena and look to the ontology of being as an aspect of phenomena He s not a reductionist though he is often classed with the existentialists, he s not that, either Nor would he [...]

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    12. N.B This review is based on only reading about 1 2 of the book This could, and undoubtedly necessary will, cloud my judgment So take my conclusions with a grain of salt But, in fact, I believe this is the sort of book where you DO NOT have to read every sentence and chapter Merleau Ponty s classic text is a mixture of old and new It carries heavy traces of Husserl and Heidegger in it And of course Sartre.Historically, it follows in the footsteps of Descartes, Kant, Berkeley, Spinoza, Bergson but [...]

    13. This work is together with Nietzsche s Beyond Good and Evil and Heidegger s Being and Time a perfect cure for anyone who has overdosed on abstract thinking Its message has yet to be heard by a wider audience and is bound to gain new appreciation as the currently dominant mode of thinking begins to falter A thorough background in philosophy might be required to understand much of what Merleau Ponty writes, but, then again, if you have not already spent a substantial amount of time in the realm of [...]

    14. Merleau Ponty s approach is flawless, as he uses case studies perfectly demonstrating how those deprived of senses can help us understand our own perceptions of the world for example This approach makes a book that appears daunting in size and scope extremely engaging The best intro to phenomenology out there, as it s always conscious of other theoretical frameworks in a way that doesn t make it hard to understand, but encourages further reading should you feel inclined.

    15. Capolavoro della Fenomenologia e, in particolar modo, uno dei testi pi importanti del Novecento filosofico, la Fenomenologia della Percezione di Maurice Merleau Ponty senz ombra di dubbio una delle eredit pi significative del secolo scorso, sia per i termini in cui viene condotta un analisi cos impegnativa, sia per i risultati a cui essa riesce a pervenire, importantissimi per lo sviluppo delle scienze cognitive e, per quanto concerne certi aspetti, per la nostra esperienza di vita.Fortemente in [...]

    16. Coming to Merleau Ponty through Heidegger was a kind if shock to my system I was not prepared for the deeply rational language of MP s study Still, he brought to Heidegger s inherence, or being in the world a very full embodied discussion of our indissoluble link to that world via our own bodies In most respects, MP s conception of being in the world follows Heidegger s original, yet there are three starkly divergent thoughts I can identify from a first read 1 Merleau Ponty wanted phenomenology [...]

    17. Merleau Ponty has taken Heidegger s existential phenomenology and given it body Heidegger s theory of dasein and the various ontological features that constitute it are abstract is ill defended, even if it is intuitively appealing From my reading, Merleau Ponty covered all of Heidegger s main ontological themes and adds even e.g sexuality, freedom Moreover, he was up to date with the psychological and neurobiological findings at his time, and even if he ultimately rejects that scientific method [...]

    18. This book may not interest the casual reader and involves wading through and re reading dense and nuanced arguments, but for those who are curious about phenomenology or alternative approaches to psychology from the black box input output processing model typified by behaviorism, this is a book well worth spending some time with Merleau Ponty challenges the bifurcation of immanence and transcendence the emerged out of the Cartesian Newtonian paradigm, such as the subject object or mind body divi [...]

    19. What is phenomenology It may seem strange that this question has still to be asked half a century after the first works of Husserl So says Merleau Ponty in the opening pages of Phenomenology of Perception, perhaps the major work of phenomenology after Being and Time Merleau Ponty sought, rather brilliantly, to redirect attention to the human body as the locus of our being in the world for phenomenological inquiry Unfortunately, I am convinced that Merleau Ponty s efforts to turn the results of h [...]

    20. Along with Heidegger, Sartre, Beauvoir, and Levinas, Merleau Ponty is an existential phenomenologist a philosopher concerned with the experiences that constitute human existence He s often overlooked in favor of Heidegger or Sartre, but this is unfair his analysis of human embodiment not only build on theirs, but go much, much further.Phenomenology of Perception is concerned with the first person experience of being embodied, or of having a body Merleau Ponty shows how basic features of human ex [...]

    21. I haven t time to find the exact quote but somewhere in this book Merleau Ponty or Merleau Ponty Ponty as I have affectionately come to think of him states that all the best writers never read what they have written, he then goes on to do his very best at disproving this theory But to be fair there is some really great stuff in this book once you get past the first couple of hundred pages and get to the chapters on space and temporality this book works as a thoroughly absorbing meditation on a u [...]

    22. Finally finished this thing No insightful comments at this time, but this two month reading experience was a good one Reading phenomenology is especially good in a variety of settings, mindsets, fevers, loud roomsAnyone who s having trouble don t put it down It s not really that hard to read, it just might take a while Philosophy is metabolized slowly And poo poo to the reviewer who said she read it in a few hours A novel can be read and enjoyed in a matter of hours, but not this.

    23. MP is such a wonderful read I strongly recommend this to all those who feel sth missing in Science and God.

    24. There are two, as far as I can tell, fundamental premises of this book, both of which are wrong, and both of which therefore render almost everything in this book incorrect Now, I am aware that people are religiously attached to this book, so please stay calm I am going to show, in the kindest possible manner, that this book is vitiated through and through by simple facts and logic The two fundamentals of this book go hand in hand the first is the doctrine of the life world Lebenswelt , which sa [...]

    25. In this classic work of phenomenology, Merleau Ponty tries to ground a third position between Kantian Husserlian intellectualism meaning that the mind constitutes the world and empiricism, wherein the mind passively receives experiences from an independent world Merleau Ponty is the philosopher of perception and phenomenologist of the body par excellence That being said, I think his project is for the most part inaccessible without a firm grasp of Husserl and Heidegger I was able to see that he [...]

    26. Every time through this book reveals a whole load of new insights and perspectives by which to examine the intricacies, seeming paradoxes, and beauty of the embodied experience of perception and what that means for all aspects of life This book will connect you to your body and your general experience of life and living through that body in ways that you could never have imagined, to the definite benefit of your quality of life and the quality of thoughts you have about your life.The book is und [...]

    27. What a remarkably profound book It manages to both elevate and ground the field of phenomenology Never has the ready to hand been made clearer for me I will likely reread it many times again, because rarely does a book of philosophy speak so directly not just to mind and consciousness, but to that ineffable thing we humans call a heart.

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