Maurice Merleau-Ponty Quote

Thought without language, says Lavelle, would not be a purer thought; it would be no more than the intention to think. And his last book offers a theory of expressiveness which makes of expression not a faithful image of an already realized interior being, but the very means by which it is realized.


p. 8 - In Praise of Philosophy (1963)

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Thought without language, says Lavelle, would not be a purer thought; it would be no more than the intention to think. And his last book offers a...

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Thought without language, says Lavelle, would not be a purer thought; it would be no more than the intention to think. And his last book offers a...

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Thought without language, says Lavelle, would not be a purer thought; it would be no more than the intention to think. And his last book offers a...

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Thought without language, says Lavelle, would not be a purer thought; it would be no more than the intention to think. And his last book offers a...