MAFA Extended Essay
“In primordial perception, Merleau-Ponty writes, subject and object, noesis and noema, are blurred to the point of disappearing into one sole “intentional fabric,” namely, the “flesh of the sensible.” Rather than claiming that the body extracts the emotional essence of things, we should instead speak of a single reverberation out of which perception, gesture, painting, and speaking emerge.”
Ted Toadvine, ‘Singing the World in a New Key’ 2004
I have submitted my final essay. It is 4300 words plus extensive support footnotes, appendix and bibliography. I wrote, then designed in InDesign for publishing as a softcover 40 page 10 x 8″ book. Initially I have had 2 copies made, but will consider having more made in the future.