Merleau-ponty on the concept of style

Man and World 14 (2):153-163 (1981)
Abstract
This essay traces the development of the concept of style in merleau- ponty's thought as both an aesthetic and an ontological category. the importance of this concept is that what merleau-ponty first noticed as the signifying potential of style in painting develops into a general category descriptive of a more comprehensive aspect of our being-in-the-world. style is crucial for merleau-ponty's thought since it provides a way of describing the foundational field of meaning that perception discloses, and also of characterizing the nature of existential coherence under the conditions of finitude.
Keywords Aesthetics style
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