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The Resource The intercorporeal self : Merleau-Ponty on subjectivity, Scott L. Marratto, (electronic resource)

The intercorporeal self : Merleau-Ponty on subjectivity, Scott L. Marratto, (electronic resource)

Label
The intercorporeal self : Merleau-Ponty on subjectivity
Title
The intercorporeal self
Title remainder
Merleau-Ponty on subjectivity
Statement of responsibility
Scott L. Marratto
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1968-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Marratto, Scott L.
LC call number
B2430.M3764
LC item number
M373 2012
Series statement
SUNY series in contemporary French thought
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Merleau-Ponty, Maurice
  • Subjectivity
  • Merleau-Ponty, Maurice
  • Merleau-Ponty, Maurice
  • Subjectivity
  • Subjektivität
Label
The intercorporeal self : Merleau-Ponty on subjectivity, Scott L. Marratto, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Behavior
  • Institution
  • 179
  • II
  • Diacritical Intercorporeity
  • 181
  • III
  • Expression and Subjectivity
  • 187
  • 15
  • Situated Cognition
  • 19
  • II
  • Perception
  • 22
  • Sensation
  • 22
  • Spatiality
  • Chapter 1
  • 28
  • III
  • Situated Subjectivity
  • 34
  • Chapter 2
  • Making Space
  • 39
  • I
  • Subjectivity, Sensation, and Depth
  • 39
  • Situation and the Embodied Mind
  • Affordance Depth
  • 46
  • Spectral Depth
  • 48
  • Spatial 'Levels'
  • 54
  • Time, Space, and Sensation
  • 55
  • The Depth of the Past
  • 65
  • 11
  • II
  • Learning
  • 66
  • Chapter 3
  • Subjectivity and the 'Style' of the World
  • 79
  • I
  • The 'Subject' and the 'World' of Situated Cognition
  • 79
  • Sensorimotor Laws
  • I
  • 80
  • Sensorimotor Subjectivity
  • 85
  • Ecological Laws
  • 88
  • Ecological Subjectivity
  • 90
  • II
  • Perception and Subjectivity beyond Metaphysics
  • 94
  • Mind, Self, World
  • Chapter 4
  • Auto-affection and Alterity
  • 113
  • I
  • Presence
  • 113
  • The 'Privilege' of the Present
  • 118
  • Auto-affection
  • 125
  • 11
  • II
  • The Deconstruction of Presence
  • 128
  • Derrida's Appraisal of Husserl's Phenomenology
  • 128
  • Derrida on the Lived Body ('Leib'; 'le corps propre')
  • 133
  • Derrida's Deconstruction of 'Intercorporeity'
  • 139
  • III
  • Representation
  • Auto-hetero-affection in Merleau-Ponty
  • 141
  • Intercorporeity and Intersubjectivity
  • 141
  • Body Schema
  • 148
  • Auto-hetero-affection as the Advent of the Intercorporeal Body
  • 155
  • Chapter 5
  • Ipseity and Language
  • 13
  • 165
  • I
  • Language and Gesture
  • 165
  • The Tacit Cogito
  • 169
  • Perceptual Meaning and Natural Expression
  • 172
  • The Paradox of Expression
  • 176
  • Behavior
  • Institution
  • 179
  • II
  • Diacritical Intercorporeity
  • 181
  • III
  • Expression and Subjectivity
  • 187
  • 15
  • Situated Cognition
  • 19
  • II
  • Perception
  • 22
  • Sensation
  • 22
  • Spatiality
  • Chapter 1
  • 28
  • III
  • Situated Subjectivity
  • 34
  • Chapter 2
  • Making Space
  • 39
  • I
  • Subjectivity, Sensation, and Depth
  • 39
  • Situation and the Embodied Mind
  • Affordance Depth
  • 46
  • Spectral Depth
  • 48
  • Spatial 'Levels'
  • 54
  • Time, Space, and Sensation
  • 55
  • The Depth of the Past
  • 65
  • 11
  • II
  • Learning
  • 66
  • Chapter 3
  • Subjectivity and the 'Style' of the World
  • 79
  • I
  • The 'Subject' and the 'World' of Situated Cognition
  • 79
  • Sensorimotor Laws
  • I
  • 80
  • Sensorimotor Subjectivity
  • 85
  • Ecological Laws
  • 88
  • Ecological Subjectivity
  • 90
  • II
  • Perception and Subjectivity beyond Metaphysics
  • 94
  • Mind, Self, World
  • Chapter 4
  • Auto-affection and Alterity
  • 113
  • I
  • Presence
  • 113
  • The 'Privilege' of the Present
  • 118
  • Auto-affection
  • 125
  • 11
  • II
  • The Deconstruction of Presence
  • 128
  • Derrida's Appraisal of Husserl's Phenomenology
  • 128
  • Derrida on the Lived Body ('Leib'; 'le corps propre')
  • 133
  • Derrida's Deconstruction of 'Intercorporeity'
  • 139
  • III
  • Representation
  • Auto-hetero-affection in Merleau-Ponty
  • 141
  • Intercorporeity and Intersubjectivity
  • 141
  • Body Schema
  • 148
  • Auto-hetero-affection as the Advent of the Intercorporeal Body
  • 155
  • Chapter 5
  • Ipseity and Language
  • 13
  • 165
  • I
  • Language and Gesture
  • 165
  • The Tacit Cogito
  • 169
  • Perceptual Meaning and Natural Expression
  • 172
  • The Paradox of Expression
  • 176
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000703979
Dimensions
24 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xi, 242 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781438442310
Lccn
2011027049
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000703979
Label
The intercorporeal self : Merleau-Ponty on subjectivity, Scott L. Marratto, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Behavior
  • Institution
  • 179
  • II
  • Diacritical Intercorporeity
  • 181
  • III
  • Expression and Subjectivity
  • 187
  • 15
  • Situated Cognition
  • 19
  • II
  • Perception
  • 22
  • Sensation
  • 22
  • Spatiality
  • Chapter 1
  • 28
  • III
  • Situated Subjectivity
  • 34
  • Chapter 2
  • Making Space
  • 39
  • I
  • Subjectivity, Sensation, and Depth
  • 39
  • Situation and the Embodied Mind
  • Affordance Depth
  • 46
  • Spectral Depth
  • 48
  • Spatial 'Levels'
  • 54
  • Time, Space, and Sensation
  • 55
  • The Depth of the Past
  • 65
  • 11
  • II
  • Learning
  • 66
  • Chapter 3
  • Subjectivity and the 'Style' of the World
  • 79
  • I
  • The 'Subject' and the 'World' of Situated Cognition
  • 79
  • Sensorimotor Laws
  • I
  • 80
  • Sensorimotor Subjectivity
  • 85
  • Ecological Laws
  • 88
  • Ecological Subjectivity
  • 90
  • II
  • Perception and Subjectivity beyond Metaphysics
  • 94
  • Mind, Self, World
  • Chapter 4
  • Auto-affection and Alterity
  • 113
  • I
  • Presence
  • 113
  • The 'Privilege' of the Present
  • 118
  • Auto-affection
  • 125
  • 11
  • II
  • The Deconstruction of Presence
  • 128
  • Derrida's Appraisal of Husserl's Phenomenology
  • 128
  • Derrida on the Lived Body ('Leib'; 'le corps propre')
  • 133
  • Derrida's Deconstruction of 'Intercorporeity'
  • 139
  • III
  • Representation
  • Auto-hetero-affection in Merleau-Ponty
  • 141
  • Intercorporeity and Intersubjectivity
  • 141
  • Body Schema
  • 148
  • Auto-hetero-affection as the Advent of the Intercorporeal Body
  • 155
  • Chapter 5
  • Ipseity and Language
  • 13
  • 165
  • I
  • Language and Gesture
  • 165
  • The Tacit Cogito
  • 169
  • Perceptual Meaning and Natural Expression
  • 172
  • The Paradox of Expression
  • 176
  • Behavior
  • Institution
  • 179
  • II
  • Diacritical Intercorporeity
  • 181
  • III
  • Expression and Subjectivity
  • 187
  • 15
  • Situated Cognition
  • 19
  • II
  • Perception
  • 22
  • Sensation
  • 22
  • Spatiality
  • Chapter 1
  • 28
  • III
  • Situated Subjectivity
  • 34
  • Chapter 2
  • Making Space
  • 39
  • I
  • Subjectivity, Sensation, and Depth
  • 39
  • Situation and the Embodied Mind
  • Affordance Depth
  • 46
  • Spectral Depth
  • 48
  • Spatial 'Levels'
  • 54
  • Time, Space, and Sensation
  • 55
  • The Depth of the Past
  • 65
  • 11
  • II
  • Learning
  • 66
  • Chapter 3
  • Subjectivity and the 'Style' of the World
  • 79
  • I
  • The 'Subject' and the 'World' of Situated Cognition
  • 79
  • Sensorimotor Laws
  • I
  • 80
  • Sensorimotor Subjectivity
  • 85
  • Ecological Laws
  • 88
  • Ecological Subjectivity
  • 90
  • II
  • Perception and Subjectivity beyond Metaphysics
  • 94
  • Mind, Self, World
  • Chapter 4
  • Auto-affection and Alterity
  • 113
  • I
  • Presence
  • 113
  • The 'Privilege' of the Present
  • 118
  • Auto-affection
  • 125
  • 11
  • II
  • The Deconstruction of Presence
  • 128
  • Derrida's Appraisal of Husserl's Phenomenology
  • 128
  • Derrida on the Lived Body ('Leib'; 'le corps propre')
  • 133
  • Derrida's Deconstruction of 'Intercorporeity'
  • 139
  • III
  • Representation
  • Auto-hetero-affection in Merleau-Ponty
  • 141
  • Intercorporeity and Intersubjectivity
  • 141
  • Body Schema
  • 148
  • Auto-hetero-affection as the Advent of the Intercorporeal Body
  • 155
  • Chapter 5
  • Ipseity and Language
  • 13
  • 165
  • I
  • Language and Gesture
  • 165
  • The Tacit Cogito
  • 169
  • Perceptual Meaning and Natural Expression
  • 172
  • The Paradox of Expression
  • 176
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000703979
Dimensions
24 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xi, 242 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781438442310
Lccn
2011027049
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000703979

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