“The unfinished nature of phenomenology and the inchoate style in which it proceeds are not the signs…”

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“The unfinished nature of phenomenology and the inchoate style in which it proceeds are not the signs of failure; they were inevitable because phenomenology’s task was to reveal the mystery of the world and the mystery of reason.”

Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Phenomenology of Perception

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