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Michel Dalissier Introduction
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Maurice Merleau-Ponty Problèmes d’hier et d’aujourd’hui: de Gide à Sartre
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Federico Leoni Orcid-ID Introduction. L’autre miroir de Merleau-Ponty
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Gael Caignard Un « rapp ort de miroir ». Relation amoureuse et réflexion politique chez Merleau-Ponty
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This article studies a link between perception and politics by seeking, in Merleau-Ponty’s work, something like a “mirror relation” in the domains of encounters of love and politics. While in Phenomenology of Perception the analysis of sexuality seemingly renders love impossible, in the courses on Institution, Merleau-Ponty affirms the possibility of love by characterizing it as an institution, a sensible idea, a “mirror relation”. When the lover demands signs of love from the loved one, he demands to see in the eyes, the voice, and the experience of the other his own reflection, the reflection of his experience, his words, his gestures, and the demand of love that he is formulating. The promise of love is thus an institution of sense which sheds a new light on all actions past and future, it is a way of overcoming contingency. Conceiving of politics as a “mirror relation” thus means adopting a careful philosophy that observes the event like a mirror and gives place to sensible ideas, at the intersection of gazes understood as a “type of reflection”.
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Bernard Andrieu, Anna Caterina Dalmasso Introduction. Penser la technicité avec Merleau-Ponty
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Bernard Andrieu, Petrucia da Nobrega L’inventivité du vivant chez Maurice Merleau-Ponty: quelle normativité ?
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The inventiveness of life is at the heart of Merleau-Ponty’s ontology because by separating with behaviorism, philosophy could dialogue with the sciences of development to describe several techniques that we successively study as degrees in the normativity of the living : immanent techniques, ecological techniques, bodily intelligence, and, finally, morphogenetic techniques of development. Through this analysis, we demonstrate the thesis of an activation of the living body from its reflex reactivity to its non-intentional projections in its forms.
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Isabelle Choinière Médiation phénoménale du corps vécu. Embodiment et corporéalité en émergence sous l’effet des technologies
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The mediation of the performative body raises the question of the re-evaluation of the lived body in relation to phenomena of re-creation or re-composition involving the sensible and somatic body when it is affected by technology and incorporates its effects. To understand this phenomenon, this essay examines the interrelation of the notions of corporality (a notion which concerns the physical body in its materiality, or the anthropomorphic body), corporeality, and embodiment through a transdisciplinary approach and as an anchoring to a dynamic of self-eco-organization. Merleau-Ponty’s philosophy underpins the very foundations of this research and will allow us to reflect on the new status of the contemporary body in technological contexts. Two main notions will be used. “Corporeality”, as a form of the lived body and a transdisciplinary concept and embodiment as an act of integration by the body – here in a technological environment. In the evolution of the interrelation between the body and the changing environment, the two are in trans-relation, a trans-formation occurs. To conclude, we propose to analyze these new “realities” in a Merleau-Pontian and Nietzschean interconnected approach, that is, through a philosophy of becoming, a philosophy that flows through the body: being a body, doing, risking and creating – a philosophy that resonates with this trans-formation.
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Maurice Merleau-Ponty Deux Notes Inédites sur la Musique
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Daniela Calabrò Temps, espace, mouvement: Le dernier Merleau-Ponty, dans une inedite Esquisse ontoiogique
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Alexandre Hubeny Humanisme et Dialectique: Le sens de I’histoire chez Ie premier Merleau-Ponty
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Davide Scarso “Merleau-Ponty, Féminisme et Intersubjectivité”.: Vingt-cinquième session du Merleau-Ponty Circle U.S.A. à Washington DC, du 14 au 16 septembre 2000.
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Enrica Lisciani-Petrini Moduler “l’insaisissable dans l’immanence”: Autour de quelques “notes” de Merleau-Ponty sur la musique
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Jenny Slatman L’impensé de Descartes: Lecture des notes de cours sur L’ontologie cartesienne et l’ontologie d’aujourd’hui
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Mario Teodoro Ramírez Cobián Le concept de tradition chez Merleau-Ponty: A partir des Notes de cours sur L’origine de la géométrie de Husserl
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Clara da Silva-Charrak “Une philosophie qui ne serait pas du tout la sienne”: Merleau-Ponty et Malebranche
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Myriam Revault d’Allonnes Merleau-Ponty: le philosophe et la politique
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Xavier Guchet Merleau-Ponty, Simondon et le problème d’une “axiomatique des sciences humaines”: L’exemple de I’histoire et de Ia sociologie
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Mauro Carbone, Leonard Lawlor Présentation
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Renaud Barbaras La Disparition d’Une Grande Figure de la Phénoménologie Française
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Justin Tauber “La philosophie politique de Merleau-Ponty”: Trente sixième colloque du Merleau-Ponty Circle USA a I’UNCA, Asheville, Caroline du Nord, 19-22 septembre 2001