Maurice Merleau-Ponty Quote
Lichtenberg … held something of the following kind: one should neither affirm the existence of God nor deny it. … It is not that he wished to leave certain perspectives open, nor to please everyone. It is rather that he was identifying himself, for his part, with a consciousness of self, of the world, and of others that was strange (the word is his) in a sense which is equally well destroyed by the rival explanations.
pp. 45-46 - In Praise of Philosophy (1963)