Michel Foucault argues that, before the XIX century, the Man as we know didn’t exist. What existed was a group of knowledges, reflections and problems related to nature, order, truth, etc. 225 more words
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“The main interest in life and work is to become someone else that you were not in the beginning.”
My paper ‘Foucault and Shakespeare: Ceremony, Theatre, Politics’ should appear in The Southern Journal of Philosophy in late 2017, in the Spindel conference supplement. I’ve recently agreed to write a second piece developing out of this work: 273 more words
Nail, Thomas 2016. Biopower and Control. – Nail, Thomas; Morar, Nicolae (eds). Between Deleuze and Foucault. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 247-263.
The first argument for the difference between biopower and control is that they refer to different types of content. 1,237 more words