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Literature Considered as Philosophy: The French Example

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Paperback, First Collier Books Edition 1962, 313 pages
Published 1957 by Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd
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Thus emerges the difference of principle—nothing could be more important —in modes of existence, the difference between consciousness and reality."48 The second obstacle to the understanding of intentionality is the reduction of our means of communication with the world to five senses, and of the five the three most important, sight, hearing and smell operate at a distance,48 This mysterious ability of the senses to do without direct contact is perhaps not without importance in our representatio...more
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