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Plastic Bodies: Rebuilding Sensation after Phenomenology , written by Tom Sparrow

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Affiliations: 1: University of West Georgia


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1. Merleau-Ponty M. Lingis A. The Visible and the Invisible 1969 1st ed. Northwestern University Press
2. Sparrow T. Plastic bodies: Rebuilding sensation after phenomenology 2015 Ann Arbor Open Humanities Press
3. Spinoza B. Ethics 2000 New Edition edition Oxford ; New York Oxford University Press

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