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'''Maurice Merleau-Ponty''' (March 14, 1908 – May 4, 1961) was a [[France|French]] [[phenomenology|phenomenologist]] philosopher, strongly influenced by [[Edmund Husserl]], and often somewhat mistakenly classified as an [[existentialism|existentialist]] thinker because of his close association with [[Jean-Paul Sartre]] and [[Simone de Beauvoir]], and his distinctly [[Heidegger]]ian conception of Being.
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(1908-61)
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French [[philosopher]] and, together with [[Sartre]], the most important [[representative]] of [[French]] [[phenomenology]].
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[[Merleau-Ponty]]'s [[work]] is stringly incomplete and some of his most significant works were published posthumously.
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(1908-61)

French philosopher and, together with Sartre, the most important representative of French phenomenology.

Merleau-Ponty's work is stringly incomplete and some of his most significant works were published posthumously.





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