Merleau-Ponty et Whitehead ont reconnu tous les deux l'importance de la vie et de la subjectivité dans l'expérience primordiale du sentir. Mais, alors que Whitehead insère le sujet du sentir dans la vie de la nature, Merleau-Ponty y voit l'effet d'une conscience intentionnelle qui vise la nature et le corps comme signification idéale. Whitehead and Merleau-Ponty have both acknowledged the importance of life and subjectivity within the primeval experience of feeling. But whereas Whitehead inserts the feeler as a subject in nature's life, Merleau-Ponty sees in it an intentional conscience aiming at nature and body as ideal meanings.
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