from Ways of Reading: An Anthology for Writers
"David Abrams refers to the work of the philosopher Maruice Merleau-Ponty. Elsewhere in the book he refers to Edmund Husset. Both are important figures in a field of philosophical inquiry called phenomenology. Using the library as well as the Internet (so you can put your hands on books and scholarly journals) . . . create brief glosses on these writers and their work."
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Read about the life and work of Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Edmund Husset.
International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences
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Take five minutes of reflection on the evolution of writing (and reading). . . .
Search NuCAT, the library catalog, for an author with your last name. To locate the actual material, you could