As the later writings of Husserl have been unearthed, and subsequently published, the connections between his later philosophy and Merleau-Ponty’s arguments have become a little more evident.2 They reveal that Husserl did not stop his examination and understanding of consciousness in the mind, but that he was also considering embodiment very seriously toward the end of his life. In this light, one has to accept that there are more connections than one used to imagine between these two thinkers.