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"These essays focus on our embodied responsiveness to others, particularly as this is illuminated in the thought of French phenomenologist and psychologist Maurice Merleau-Ponty. Contributors discuss aesthetics, political theory, developmental and depth psychology, interfaith relations, literary criticism, feminist and ecological critique, phenomenological description and hermeneutical analysis"--Provided by publisher.
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