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Le silence où se fait l’adhésion véritable. Le langage entre la Phénoménologie et les premiers cours à la Sorbonne

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This chapter presents striking similarities with philosophy of perception developed in the main thesis - "Cezanne's research in perspective, says Merleau-Ponty, for example, discovered by their fidelity to the phenomena that the recent psychology should formulate"- and at the same time, it already comprises traces of latent ontological thought which seeks to establish beyond scope of research in which it is rooted. If the link which describes Merleau-Ponty between philosophy and literature is announced at the time of the analysis of a novel of Simone de Beauvoir, it is not about simple coincidence. By trying to seize the link between the philosophy and literature to its source, we also cleared more and more important place which acquires the language in the effort to approach the domain of silence where "the real membership" is made. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: language; literature; Merleau-Ponty; ontological thought; phenomenology; philosophy; real membership; Simone de Beauvoir



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