The Foucault reader / edited by Paul Rabinow.
- 1st ed.
- New York : Pantheon Books, ©1984.
viii, 390 pages ; 21 cm
- Medical subjects:
- Local subjects:
- Foucault, Michel.
- Michael Foucault's writing has shaped the teaching of half a dozen disciplines, ranging from literary criticism to the history of criminology. But none of his books offers a satisfactory introduction to the entire complex body of his work. The Foucault Reader precisely serves that purpose. It contains selections from each area of Foucault's thought, a wealth of previously unpublished writings, and an interview with Foucault during which he discusses his philosophy with unprecedented candor.
- pt. I. Truth and method. What is enlightenment?
Truth and power
Nietzsche, genealogy, history
What is an author?
pt. II. Practices and knowledge. Madness and civilization. The great confinement
The birth of the asylum
Disciplines and sciences of the individual. The body of the condemned
The means of correct training
Complete and austere institutions
Illegalities and delinquency
Space, knowledge, and power
Bio-power. The right of death and power over life
The politics of health in the eighteenth century
Sex and truth. We "other Victorians
The repressive hypothesis
Practices and sciences of the self. Preface to The history of sexuality, Volume II
On the genealogy of ethics : an overview of work in progress
Politics and ethics : an interview
Polemics, politics, and problemizations : an interview with Michel Foucault.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Rabinow, Paul.
- Other format:
- Online version: Foucault, Michel, 1926-1984. Foucault reader.
Online version: Foucault, Michel, 1926-1984. Foucault reader.
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