phenomenology of perception on its way

Awhile back I wondered aloud about where the new translation of Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology of Perception was. Well, the Routledge table had a few copies on sale at the APA Eastern, so it exists in some bound form (at least in some minimal quantity) and Amazon.com has it available for pre-order, which I did a few days ago. You can get your hands on the Donald Landes translation for $30 (rather than $50) here.

(Note that this post is historically relative–price subject to increase without notice.)

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One Response to phenomenology of perception on its way

  1. DylanTrigg says:

    I can also confirm it has had a material existence for at least two weeks now, as I have a review copy. Very fine it is, too. Apart from the translation, the binding and typeface alone make it more readable than before. No small thing.

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