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From Classical Antiquity to Early Modern France Marc D. Schachter. prince. Indeed, he will go so far as to legitimize ... the entire Collège de France course, Sécurité, territoire, population: Cours au Collège de France (19771978), ed.

Author: Marc D. Schachter

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351874182

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 242

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Focusing primarily on three early modern French authors, this book explores the erotics and politics of "voluntary servitude" in classical antiquity and the early modern period. These authors-Étienne de La Boétie, Michel de Montaigne, and Marie de Gournay-pursue related inquiries into voluntary servitude and self-control in marriage, friendship, pederasty and politics. Marc Schachter shows how Montaigne's intimate textual relationship with La Boétie provides him the opportunity to honor his beloved friend while transforming many of his ideas. Similarly, Marie de Gournay's editorial voluntary servitude to Montaigne provides her the occasion to authorize her own practice as a woman author and to engage critically with Montaigne's ideas even as she celebrates her friendship with him. Schachter's analyses are pursued particularly through the lens of Michel Foucualt's concept of governmentality which, like voluntary servitude, operates on three interrelated scales: self-control, control in interpersonal relationships, and political control. Schachter argues that thinking about the function of voluntary servitude through the lens of governmentality leads to a more nuanced understanding both of Foucault's late work and of the transformational possibilities offered by friendship and voluntary servitude in early modern France.
2016-12-05 By Marc D. Schachter

Foucault, Securité, territoire, population. Cours au Collège de France 1977-1978. Unedited. Available in recorded form (1o cassettes), archives of Bibliothèque Générale du Collège de France, lecture of March 8, 1978.

Author: Eric Paras

Publisher: Other Press, LLC

ISBN: 9781635420616

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 272

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A dramatically new interpretation of the development of the thought of Michel Foucault, one of the 20th century's most influential thinkers. In this lucid and groundbreaking work, Eric Paras reveals that our understanding of the philosophy of Michel Foucault must be radically revised. Foucault's critical axes of power and knowledge -which purposefully eradicated the concept of free will- reappear as targets in his later work. Paras demonstrates the logic that led Foucault to move from a microphysics of power to an aesthetics of individual experience. He is the first to show a transformation that not only placed Foucault in opposition to the archaeological and genealogical positions for which he is renowned, but aligned him with some of his fiercest antagonists. Foucault 2.0 draws on the full range of the philosopher's writing and of the work of contemporaries who influenced, and sometimes vehemently opposed, his ideas. To fill the gaps in Foucault's published writings that have so far limited our conception of the arc of his thought, Paras analyzes the largely untapped trove of lectures Foucault delivered to teeming Paris audiences as Professor of the College de France for more than a decade. At the same time, Foucault 2.0 highlights the background against which Foucault carried out his most foundational work: the unrest of 1968, the prison reform movement of the early 1970s, and the Iranian Revolution of 1979. Carefully assembling the fragments of a thinker who remains but half-understood, Eric Paras has composed a seminal book, essential reading for novices and initiates alike.
2020-01-14 By Eric Paras

Graham Burchell (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan and Republique Francaise, 2007), 19; Michel Foucault, Sécurité, territoire, population: cours au Collège de France, 19771978 (Paris: Gallimard, 2004), 21. 35.



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... 186 “Questions of Method” [“Table ronde du 20 mai 1978”] 172, 179n.9 Security, Territory, Population: Lectures at the Collège de France 19771978 [ Securité , territoire, population: Cours au Collège de France (19771978) ] 140, ...

Author: Marta Faustino

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350134362

Category: Philosophy

Page: 296

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Michel Foucault is one of the most important and controversial thinkers of the twentieth century and one of the leading figures in contemporary Western intellectual life and debate. The recent publication of his last lecture courses at the Collège de France (1981-1984), together with the short texts, essays, and interviews from the same period, have sparked new interest in his work, allowing for a new understanding of his philosophical trajectory and challenging several interpretations produced over the last few decades. In this later phase of his thinking, Foucault deepens and expands the course of his preceding works on the genealogy of subjectivity, while at the same time adding a significant ethical and political dimension to it. His focus on the ancient ethics of care of the self and technologies of self-constitution during this period adds important nuances to his previous positions on power, truth, and subjectivity, shedding new light on his philosophical endeavour as a whole and situating his reflections at the centre of current moral debates. Focusing on the last stage of Foucault's thought, this book brings together international scholars to relaunch the critical debate on the significance of Foucault's so-called “ethical turn” and to discuss the ways in which the perspectives offered by Foucault in this period might help us to unravel modernity, giving us the tools to understand and transform our present, ethically and politically.
2020-12-10 By Marta Faustino

Sécurité, Territoire, Population: Cours au Collège de France, 19771978. Edited by Michel Senellart. Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 2004. Published in English as Security, Territory, Population: Lectures at the Collège de France, 19771978, ...

Author: Alan D. Schrift

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317546832

Category: Philosophy

Page: 558

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"Poststructuralism and Critical Theory's Second Generation" analyses the major themes and developments in a period that brought continental philosophy to the forefront of scholarship in a variety of humanities and social science disciplines and that set the agenda for philosophical thought on the continent and elsewhere from the 1960s to the present. Focusing on the years 1960-1984, the volume examines the major figures associated with poststructuralism and the second generation of critical theory, the two dominant movements that emerged in the 1960s: Althusser, Foucault, Deleuze, Derrida, Lyotard, Irigaray, and Habermas. Influential thinkers such as Serres, Bourdieu, and Rorty, who are not easily placed in "standard" histories of the period, are also covered. Beyond this, thematic essays engage with issues as diverse as the Nietzschean legacy, the linguistic turn in continental thinking, the phenomenological inheritance of Gadamer and Ricoeur, the influence of psychoanalysis, the emergence of feminist thought and a philosophy of sexual difference, the renewal of the critical theory tradition, and the importation of continental philosophy into literary theory.
2014-09-11 By Alan D. Schrift

Sécurité, Territoire, Population: Cours au Collège de France (19771978). Paris: Seuil/Gallimard. Foucault, Michel (2005). The Hermeneutics of the Subject: Lectures at the Collège de France, 1981–1982. Edited by Frédéric Gros, ...

Author: M. Dillon

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230229846

Category: Political Science

Page: 243

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Foucault on Politics, Society and War interrogates Foucault's controversial genealogy of modern biopolitics. These essays situate Foucault's arguments, clarify the correlation of sovereign and bio-power and examine the relation of bios, nomos and race in relation to modern war.
2015-12-31 By M. Dillon

“Society Must Be Defended”: Lectures at the Collège de France, 1975–1976. New York: Picador, 2003. Sécurité, territoire, population: cours au Collège de France, 19771978. Paris: Gallimard/Seuil“Hautes Études,” 2004. Security, Territory ...

Author: Richard A. Lynch

Publisher: Fordham Univ Press

ISBN: 9780823271269

Category: Philosophy

Page: 248

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The central thesis of Foucault’s Critical Ethics is that Foucault’s account of power does not foreclose the possibility of ethics; on the contrary, it provides a framework within which ethics becomes possible. Tracing the evolution of Foucault’s analysis of power from his early articulations of disciplinary power to his theorizations of biopower and governmentality, Richard A. Lynch shows how Foucault’s ethical project emerged through two interwoven trajectories: analysis of classical practices of the care of the self, and engaged practice in and reflection upon the limits of sexuality and the development of friendship in gay communities. These strands of experience and inquiry allowed Foucault to develop contrasting yet interwoven aspects of his ethics; they also underscored how ethical practice emerges within and from contexts of power relations. The gay community’s response to AIDS and its parallels with the feminist ethics of care serve to illustrate the resources of a Foucauldian ethic—a fundamentally critical attitude, with substantive (but revisable) values and norms grounded in a practice of freedom.
2016-09-05 By Richard A. Lynch

(Society Must Be Defended – Lectures at the Collège de France, 1975–1976. Trans. David Macey. Eds. Mauro Bertani and Alessandro Fontana. New York: Picador, 2003.) Sécurité, territoire, population: cours au Collège de France (19771978).

Author: Johanna Oksala

Publisher: Granta Books

ISBN: 9781847086877

Category: Philosophy

Page: 112

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Michel Foucault was a twentieth-century philosopher of extraordinary talent, a political activist, social theorist, cultural critic and creative historian. He shaped the ways we think today about such controversial issues as power, sexuality, madness and criminality. Johanna Oksala explores the conceptual tools that Foucault gave us for constructing new forms of thinking as well as for smashing old certainties. She offers a lucid account of him as a thinker whose persistent aim was to challenge the self-evidence and seeming inevitability of our current experiences, practices and institutions by showing their historical development and, therefore, contingency. Extracts are taken from the whole range of Foucault's writings - his books, essays, lectures and interviews - including the major works History of Madness,The Order of Things, Discipline and Punish and The History of Sexuality.
2012-03-22 By Johanna Oksala

Leçon inaugurale au Collège de France prononcée le 2 décembre 1970. Paris, Gallimard/Le Seuil ... Sécurité, territoire, population. Cours au Collège de France. 19771978. Paris, Gallimard/Le Seuil, 2004. Security, Territory, Population.

Author: Sverre Raffnsøe

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137351029

Category: Philosophy

Page: 491

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Michel Foucault continues to be hugely influential. His diagnoses challenge us to rethink crucial phenomena such as madness, discipline, the human sciences, the state, neoliberalism, sexuality and subject formation. Based on his work in its entirety, and with special emphasis on his many recently published lecture series, this book provides an updated, comprehensive and original account of his thought. By reading Foucault as a philosopher, it offers an extensive systematic assessment and discussion of his unique conception of philosophical practice and brings a unifying trajectory in his work to light.
2016-08-31 By Sverre Raffnsøe

English translation: About the Beginning of the Hermeneutics of the Self: Lectures at Dartmouth College, 1980. ... Sécurité, territoire, population: Cours au Collège de France, 19771978. Paris: EHESS, Gallimard, and Seuil, 2004.

Author: Lesley Higgins

Publisher: Academic Studies PRess

ISBN: 9781644699973

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 304

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After more than a century of genocides and in the midst of a global pandemic, this book focuses on the critique of biopolitics (the government of life through individuals and the general population) and the counterdevelopment of biopoetics (an aesthetics of life elaborating a self as a practice of freedom) realized in texts by Virginia Woolf, Michel Foucault, and Michael Ondaatje. Their world fiction produces transhistorical, transnational experiences offered to the reader for collective responsibility in these critical times. Their books function as heterotopias: spaces and processes that recall and confront regimes of recognized truths to dismantle fixed identities and actualize possibilities for becoming other. Higgins and Leps define and explore a slant, biopoetic perspective that is feminist, materialist, anti-racist, and anti-war.
2022-09-06 By Lesley Higgins