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A movement is learned when the body has understood it, that is, when it has incorporated it into its ‘world’, and to move one’s body is to aim at things through it; it is to allow oneself to respond to their call, which is made upon it independently of any representation.

– M. Merleau-Ponty, Phenomenology of Perception

The Spatiality of One’s Own Body and Motility (excerpt)

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