Strange Sounds: Maurice Merleau-Ponty's Dialectic
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When I was a freshman in high school I became depressed, feeling disconnected from reality as a whole. Noticing this change, my understandably concerned mother suggested that I talk to a psychologist. I remember feeling that I did not need a psychologist—I needed to talk to a philosopher. I was unsure as to how rational thought could justify believing in a world beyond sense perception, a concern that led to indifference and confusion. The questions this paper addresses are very personal ones; concerns that still hold my attention and continue to bewilder me. what is the right dosage of levitra