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3-11). It is a translation by A. B. Dallery of an article originally published as ‘Un inédit de Maurice Merleau-Ponty’ in Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale 4 (1962), pp. 401-9, where it was preceded by the following introductory note by M. Guerolt: The text given below was sent to me by Merleau-Ponty at the time of his candidacy to the Collège de France, when I was putting together a report of his qualifications for presentation to the assembly of professors. In this report Merleau-Ponty traces his past and future as a file:///J|/1MyPhilEbooks/2Ξ•νοι Φιλ•σοφοι/M.

Htm consciousness and accounts for conduct by the interaction of forces or tendencies. Thus, among contemporary thinkers in France, there exist side by side a philosophy, on the one hand, which makes of every nature an objective unity constituted vis-à-vis consciousness and, on the other, sciences which treat the organism and consciousness as two orders of reality and, in their reciprocal relation, as “effects” and as “causes. ” Is the solution to be found in a pure and simple return to critical thought?

29 Esquisse d’une théorie de l’émotion, Paris: Hermann, 1939; trans. P. Mairet, as Sketch for a Theory of the Emotions, London: Methuen, 1962. -P. Sartre, L’Être et le néant, Paris: Gallimard, 1943; trans. Hazel Barnes as Being and Nothingness, London: Methuen, 1958. In citations from this translation page numbers are from the 1969 edition, whose title is abbreviated as BN. 31 Merleau-Ponty attempts this task in chapter 2 of The Visible and the Invisible. He argues persuasively that in so far as Sartre’s position is intelligible it is untenable.

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