Title Consciousness and movement, study on the French philosophy of Condillac to Bergson (Deuxieme edition avec preface of Aimé Forest)
Book Condition Used: Very Good
Edition Second edition
Publisher Paris, France Beatrice-Nauwelaerts, 1967
Seller ID 242689
Second edition, 1967. Condition is exceptional. Wraps as issued. Copy retains its original tissue wrapper (chipped with closed tear at head and heel. Former owner name on title page, else good. Madinier explores the Interior Act as it reveals the gestural feature of consciousness which is meaning. The gesture then raise constantly the presence of consciousness itself. But this tells us nothing about the subject itself and does not guarantee its validity. Merleau-Ponty objects to the reflexive philosophy the presence of a subject source. But Madinier shows, using his theory of the sign and now its method of reflective that the mind unfolds in the language which is this set of signs which consciousness itself (presumably to distance or depth). The human world is a set of meanings that is continuously the human experience.