Merleau-ponty and Piaget: An essay in philosophical psychology [Book Review]

Man and World 12 (1):21-34 (1979)
Abstract
Merleau-ponty's phenomenology of the intentional arc uniting body and world is viewed as grounded in the meaningfulness and materiality of both. the genetic constitution of the interrelated meaning and physicality of body and world is sketched in a phenomenological interpretation of jean piaget's ``the origin of intelligence in children''. from this sketch emerges an assertion of the priority of action over perception in prepredicative experience.
Keywords Philosophical anthropology psychology body intentionality human development
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