Take a character from literature or from film or from a play or from current events or from your own life and explain
and describe how they are most basically defined by their embodied immersion in their situation—through their perception, imagination, emotion, historical sense, and their intersubjectivity with others–give specific examples.
How do they understand the world through “reversibility” a “to and fro” connection with the things around them—describe in concrete detail.
How does this make their actions in their projects bot ambiguous and never coming to a final closure but also one that gives them a sense of identity?give concrete examples
How on this embodied level does the world around them come together in a different way on this embodied felt perceived way than if it were to be described part by part scientifically—give the concrete description and explain how this gives them depths of identity?
All the terms from Merleau-Ponty must be thoroughly defined to explain to someone not taking this course, before being used in the paper
— You must use at least five terms or concepts specifi to Merleau-Ponty, define them, and give examples of what they mean
You must use at least five brief quotes during the paper from Merleau-Ponty’s essays and say what they mean to you