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Merleau-Ponty

[ mer-lohpawn-tee ]
/ mɛrˈloʊ pɔ̃ˈti /
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noun
Maurice, 1908–61, French phenomenological philosopher.
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Merleau-Ponty
/ (French mɛrlopɔ̃ti) /

noun
Maurice (mɔris). 1908–61, French phenomenological philosopher
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