At the time of his death in , at the age of 58, Michel Foucault was widely regarded as one of the most powerful minds of the 20th century. Hailed by. Buy Michel Foucault (Paper) (Cobe) Reprint by Didier Eribon (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on. ‘No doubt,’ writes Didier Eribon, ‘there are several Foucaults – a thousand ‘ Writing a biography of Michel Foucault,’ he confesses, ‘may seem.
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I had went to tour a facility in Ohio for work. Foucault was not of their stature; nor did he have the protean appeal of Sartre. Race and the Education of Desire: Jasmin Kocaer rated it it was amazing Mar 20, Already during his lifetime, Foucault was a controversial personality, because of his way of life and his way of thinking.
Foucault himself discouraged biographical questions, claiming that he was “not at all interesting”. Foucault was a real survivor. Higher education is news, and academics are almost expected to become celebrities.
It is the story of a man and his time.
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Scott, The Question of Ethics. The result is a concise, crisply readable, meticulously documented narrative that debunks the many myths fooucault rumors surrounding the brilliant philosophe–and forces us to consider seriously the idea that all his books are indeed, just as Foucault said near the end of his life, “fragments of an autobiography.
This is an absolutely compelling book. Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy.
Fascinating is also the broader political, intellectual and social context that shaped Foucault as a man and thinker. Literary specialists may therefore be disappointed. Log In Register for Online Access.
Newcomers could do worse than to read this book as a gentle way into his thinking. Nichel biography of a key figure in late 20th century thought. Rejecting traditional liberal and Marxist “dreams of solidarity”, Foucault became the very model of the modern intellectual, replacing Sartre as the figure of the eminent Parisian and cosmopolitan master thinker.
Every turn provided some down time and another spin into this fascinating figure. Who was this man, Michel Foucault?
Ivan Nora rated it really liked it Jun 02, The dudier and merits of his accomplishments Eribon has methodically retraced the footsteps of his peripatetic subject, from France to Sweden to Poland to Germany to Tunisia to Brazil to Japan to the United States. Paco Anguiano Castillo rated it it was amazing Jan 01, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. By the mids he appeared as one of the avatars of structuralism, positioning himself as a new star in the fashionable world of French thought.
Hunter rated it liked it Dec 14, Yet during this same period, Eribon shows, he was quietly and adroitly campaigning for a chair in the College de France – the very pinnacle of the conservative French academic system. I read this book years ago. Mar 04, John Wilson rated it really liked it.
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Mayne walks all around the key contradiction in Foucault: Revue Philosophique de la France Et de l’Etranger 1: It reconstructs the cultural, political, and intellectual life of France from the postwar years to the present. My library Help Advanced Book Search. I have been reading it in preparation for a presentation on Foucault. Foucault Live Interviews, Michel Foucaultwhose agile linkage of contemporary literature and French philosophy with social history has provided us with seminal works on the histories of madness, prison, and even sex A few months after the May student revolt, with Gaullism apparently shaken, he emerged as an ultra-leftist and a fellow traveler of Maoists.
In later years, happy in reibon relationship with Defert, Foucault remarked to the psychiatrist Jacques Lacan: It is the story of a man and his time. It is quite clear that the academic and political establishment in post WWII France was very much an old boys network of Normaliens. In the Sixties a sharp critic and opponent of Jean-Paul Sartre, in the Seventies he joined him in public demonstrations.
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