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  1. The History of Sexuality, Vol. 1: An Introduction by Michel Foucault, 1990-04-14
  2. Abnormal: Lectures at the Collège de France, 1974-1975 (Lectures at the College de France) by Michel Foucault, 2004-09-01
  3. Madness and Civilization: A History of Insanity in the Age of Reason by Michel Foucault, 1988-11-28
  4. Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other Writings, 1972-1977 by Michel Foucault, 1980-11-12
  5. The Government of Self and Others: Lectures at the College de France, 1982-1983 by Michel Foucault, 2010-06-08
  6. Discipline & Punish: The Birth of the Prison by Michel Foucault, 1995-04-25
  7. The Foucault Reader by Michel Foucault, 1984-11-12
  8. Order of Things: An Archaeology of the Human Sciences (Routledge Classics) by Michel Foucault, 2001-12-21
  9. Power (The Essential Works of Foucault, 1954-1984, Vol. 3) by Michel Foucault, Robert Hurley, et all 2001-10
  10. The History of Sexuality, Vol. 2: The Use of Pleasure by Michel Foucault, 1990-04-14
  11. History of Madness by Michel Foucault, 2009-04-02
  12. The Birth of the Clinic: An Archaeology of Medical Perception by Michel Foucault, 1994-03-29
  13. The Archaeology of Knowledge & The Discourse on Language by Michel Foucault, 1982-09-12
  14. The Birth of Biopolitics: Lectures at the Collège de France, 1978--1979 (Lectures at the College de France) by Michel Foucault, 2010-03-02

1. A Genealogy Of Foucault
Michel Foucault. A. Archaeology. Rupert Swyer. Intellectuals and Power A Conversation between Michel Foucault and Gilles Deleuze, (1972). Trans. in LCM.
An Overly Simplistic and Wildly Inaccurate Genealogy of the Work of
Michel Foucault
A. Archaeology Madness and Medicine
  • Maladie mentale et personnalité
  • Maladie mentale et psychologie (1962). Trans. Alan Sheridan as Mental Illness and Psychology (New York: Harper and Row, 1976)
  • Folie et déraison. Histoire de la folie à l'âge classique (1961). Trans Richard Howard as Madness and Civilization: A History of Insanity in the Age of Reason (New York: Pantheon, 1965)
  • Naissance de la clinique. Une archéologie du régard médical (1963). Trans. A. M. Sheridan Smith as The Birth of the Clinic: An Archaeology of Medical Perception (New York: Panthewon, 1973). [BOC]
  • Les Mots et les choses. Une archéologie des sciences humaines (1966). Trans. Alan Sheridan as The Order of Things: An Archaeology of the Human Sciences (NY: Vintage, 1970). [OT]
  • L'Archéologie du savoir (1969). Trans. Alan Sheridan, The Archaeology of Knowledge (NY: Pantheon, 1972). [AOK]
Literature and Philosophy
  • Raymond Roussel (1962) Trans. Charles Ruas as

2. Michel Foucault
Michel Foucault. Michel Foucault (19261984) was a French historian and philosopher, associated with the Bernauer, James, Michel Foucault's Force of Flight, Humanities Press, 1990
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Michel Foucault
Michel Foucault (1926-1984) was a French historian and philosopher, associated with the structuralist and post-structuralist movements. He has had wide influence not only (or even primarily) in philosophy but also in a wide range of humanistic and social scientific disciplines.
  • 1. Biographical Sketch 2. Intellectual Background 3. Foucault's Critiques of Historical Reason
    1. Biographical Sketch
    Groupe d'information sur les prisons and often protested on behalf of homosexuals and other marginalized groups. He frequently lectured outside France, particularly in the United States, and in 1983 had agreed to teach annually at the University of California at Berkeley. An early victim of AIDS, Foucault died in Paris on June 25, 1984. It can be difficult to think of Foucault as a philosopher. His academic formation was in psychology and its history as much as in philosophy, his books were mostly histories of medical and social sciences, his passions were literary and political. Nonetheless, almost all of Foucault's works can be fruitfully read as philosophical in either or both of two ways: as a carrying out of philosophy's traditional critical project in a new (historical) manner; and as a critical engagement with the thought of traditional philosophers. This article will present him as a philosopher in these two dimensions.

3. Michel Foucault - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Michel Foucault. Imagemichelfoucault.jpg. Michel Foucault (October 15, 1926 - June 26, 1984) was a French philosopher and historian of systems of thought .
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Michel Foucault
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Michel Foucault October 15 June 26 ) was a French philosopher and "historian of systems of thought". He had an enormous impact on many fields including literary criticism and theory , philosophy (especially philosophy of science in the French-speaking world), critical theory history psychoanalysis history of science , and the sociology of knowledge , which he transformed altogether. He is considered a postmodernist and a poststructuralist (though some consider his earlier works, especially The Order of Things , to be structuralist . Foucault, however, firmly denied the label in the preface to the English edition of this work). His structuralist or poststructuralist leanings have led others to question the basis and sincerity of his political activism Table of contents showTocToggle("show","hide") 1 Biography
2 Works

2.1 Madness and Civilization

2.2 The Birth of the Clinic
3 Bibliography
Foucault was born in 1926, in

4. Michel Foucault
Michel Foucault. Theorist Web Project. CCJ 5606 Fall 2000. Body. Hypatia, 15(1) 4356. Foucault, Michel (1975). Discipline and Punish The birth of the Prison.
Michel Foucault Theorist Web Project
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Scott McGaha Michel Foucault, the French philosopher, was one of the most influential thinkers of the 20 th Century. Discipline and Punish , written in 1975, gave people a new way to view the prison system. In this book, Foucault describes the history of prisons. He explained why prisons continue to be popular even when they are not successful. Foucault believed prisons serve a greater purpose than just incarcerating criminals. He described how prisons really enslave everyone to a life of government-imposed discipline. Today, Foucault's theories are still popular in all areas of academia. History Michel Foucault was born in Poitiers, France in 1926. As a young man Foucault studied history, philosophy and psychology. Foucault started off his career as a French teacher at the University of Uppsala in Sweden. He later taught French at the University of Warsaw and the University of Hamburg. Foucault later was a professor of Philosophy at the University of Cermont-Ferrand. In 1968, after two years of teaching in Tunisia, Foucault returned to France and directed the department of Philosophy at the University of Paris-VIII at Viennes.

5. Foucault
Michel Foucault. There are many (excellent) Websites which discuss Foucault s work from a textual point of view. These pages however
Michel Foucault
There are many (excellent) Websites which discuss Foucault's work from a textual point of view. These pages however aim to illustrate some of the topics he discusses in order to bring them to life. Pictures in general are absent in Foucault scholarship, but I think they are an important part of the equation: Pictures of the two prisons in Philadelphia discussed by Foucault in . These pictures were omitted from the English edition of , but appeared in the initial French version from Editions Gallimard Notes Towards Technologies of the Self
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6. Foucault Michel From FOLDOC
foucault michel. French State, 1996); and Gary Gutting, Michel Foucault s Archaeology of Scientific Reason (Cambridge, 1989). A Michel

7. Swirl:Foucault
Michel Foucault. (Hedges). Foucault, Michel. Discipline and punish the birth of the prison. New York Vintage Books, 1979. HV8666 .F6813 1979 (Hedges).
Michel Foucault
"As to those for whom to work hard, to begin and begin again, to attempt and be mistaken, to go back and rework everything from top to bottom, and still find reason to hesitate from one step to the nextas to those, in short, for whom to work in the midst of uncertainty and apprehension is tantamount to failure, all I can say is that clearly we are not from the same planet." Michel Foucault, The Use of Pleasure p 7.
Genealogy Discourse Essentialism Power/Knowledge Repressive Hypothesis Subject Discipline PanOpticon
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The World of Michel Foucault
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Suggested Readings
Foucault, Michel. Discipline and punish : the birth of the prison. New York : Vintage Books, 1979. HV8666 .F6813 1979 (Hedges) Miller, D. A. The novel and the police. Berkeley : University of California Press, c1988. PR878.P59 M55 1988b (Hedges)
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8. ATRIUM: Philosophie: Foucault Michel (1926-1984)
Sites Atrium Section Philosophie Grands Philosophes Foucault Michel Présentation... Présentation Michel Foucault est issu d'un milieu médical : son père, brillant anatomiste, exerce à l'Hôtel-Dieu de Poitiers ; son grand-père exerçait la profession de médecin, et son arrière grand-père fut médecin des pauvres à Nanterre. C'est sans doute en raison de l'influence de cet univers que Foucault thématisera des notions comme la mort, la folie, la maladie, les asiles, les hôpitaux, les prisons ou la sexualité. Ces thèmes apporteront à la philosophie contemporaine de nouveaux objets d'étude. Foucault (1926-1984) Eléments biographiques Sa philosophie Eléments de philosophie A venir... Sites Atrium Section Philosophie Grands Philosophes Liens internet Votre site ici !!!

9. The Archaeology Of Knowledge By Michel Foucault
Michel Foucault (1969). The Archæology of Knowledge. Source The Archaeology of Knowledge (1969), publ. Routledge, 1972. The First
Michel Foucault (1969)
Source: The Archaeology of Knowledge (1969), publ. Routledge, 1972. The First 3 Chapters of main body of work are reproduced here.
At about the same time, in the disciplines that we call the history of ideas, the history of science, the history of philosophy, the history of thought, and the history of literature (we can ignore their specificity for the moment), in those disciplines which, despite their names, evade very largely the work and methods of the historian, attention has been turned, on the contrary, away from vast unities like 'periods' or 'centuries' to the phenomena of rupture, of discontinuity. Beneath the great continuities of thought, beneath the solid, homogeneous manifestations of a single mind or of a collective mentality, beneath the stubborn development of a science striving to exist and to reach completion at the very outset, beneath the persistence of a particular genre, form, discipline, or theoretical activity, one is now trying to detect the incidence of interruptions. Interruptions whose status and nature vary considerably. There are the epistemological acts and thresholds described by Bachelard: they suspend the continuous accumulation of knowledge, interrupt its slow development, and force it to enter a new time, cut it off from its empirical origin and its original motivations, cleanse it of its imaginary complicities; they direct historical analysis away from the search for silent beginnings, and the never-ending tracing-back to the original precursors, towards the search for a new type of rationality and its various effects. There are the

10. The Archaeology Of Knowledge By Michel Foucault
Michel Foucault (1969). The Archæology of Knowledge. Chapter 1 The Unities of Discourse. Source The Archaeology of Knowledge (1969), publ. Routledge, 1972.
Michel Foucault (1969)
Chapter 1
The Unities of Discourse Source: The Archaeology of Knowledge (1969), publ. Routledge, 1972. The First 3 Chapters of main body of work are reproduced here. The use of concepts of discontinuity, rupture, threshold, limit, series, and transformation present all historical analysis not only with questions of procedure, but with theoretical problems. It is these problems that will be studied here (the questions of procedure will be examined in later empirical studies - if the opportunity, the desire, and the courage to undertake them do not desert me). These theoretical problems too will be examined only in a particular field: in those disciplines - so unsure of their frontiers, and so vague in content - that we call the history of ideas, or of thought, or of science, or of knowledge. But the unities that must be suspended above all are those that emerge in the most immediate way: those of the book and the . At first sight, it would seem that one could not abandon these unities without extreme artificiality. Are they not given in the most definite way? There is the material individualisation of the book, which occupies a determined space which has an economic value, and which itself indicates, by a number of signs, the limits of its beginning and its end; and there is the establishment of an oeuvre

11. MSN Encarta - Résultats De La Recherche - Foucault Michel
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Accueil MSN Mon MSN Hotmail Rechercher ... S'abonner   Encarta Premium Rechercher Encarta R©sultats de la recherche pour "Foucault Michel" Page sur 2 Suivant R©serv© aux abonn©s MSN Encarta Premium. Foucault, Michel Encyclop©die EncartaArticle Foucault, Michel (1926-1984), philosophe fran§ais. plan de l'article Pr©sentation Rep¨res biographiques Une r©flexion philosophique sous influences Une pens©e novatrice ... Michel Foucault Encyclop©die EncartaImage Michel Foucault (discours, 1979) Encyclop©die EncartaImage avec extrait sonore Dans son analyse des modes d'objectivation du sujet, Foucault interroge les diff©rentes formes d'agir et de penser qui constituent les relations de... Mots et les Choses, les (Michel Foucault) Encyclop©die EncartaArticle Mots et les Choses, les (Michel Foucault) , ouvrage de Michel Foucault paru en 1966. Jean Genet et Michel Foucault Encyclop©die EncartaImage Jean Genet (au centre), au c´t© du philosophe Michel Foucault (  gauche). historicisme Encyclop©die EncartaArticle Trouv© dans l'article historicisme structuralisme (sciences humaines) Encyclop©die EncartaArticle Trouv© dans l'article structuralisme (sciences humaines) litt©rature Encyclop©die EncartaArticle Trouv© dans l'article litt©rature Deleuze, Gilles

12. Terra - Foucault, Michel (1926-1984)
foucault michel El sujeto y el poder y Nietzsche, La Genealogía, La Historia (Primer
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13. Foucault
Michel Foucault What is an Author? . Michel Foucault is not a Freudian, a Marxist, a structuralist, a phenomenologist, a sociologist
Michel Foucault: "What is an Author?"
Michel Foucault is not a Freudian, a Marxist, a structuralist, a phenomenologist, a sociologist, or a historian, but his work draws on ideas and assumptions and methods from all of these areas or disciplines. Rather, think of Foucault, like Derrida and like Freud, as the founder of his own "school" of thought. He is a poststructuralist thinker, with affinities to most all the other theorists we've read so far, but he is enough unlike them that we should think of him in a category all his own. Foucault starts off this essay, "What is an Author?," by discussing criticisms of a previous book, The Order of Things In this book Foucault had started an investigation into the conditions of possibility under which human beings become the objects of knowledge in certain disciplines (what we might call the "human sciences" or the "social sciences"). He was working to discover and explain the rules and laws of formation of systems of thought in the human sciences which emerge in the nineteenth century. His main method for looking at these disciplines, and how they constitute the objects of their study, was through examining "discourses," or "discursive practices." For Foucault, a "discourse" is a body of thought and writing that is united by having a common object of study, a common methodology, and/or a set of common terms and ideas; the idea of discourse thus allows Foucault to talk about a wide variety of texts, from different countries and different historical periods and different disciplines and different genres. For example, the "discourse" on blindness would include writings by schools for the blind, writings by doctors who work with vision and blindness, novels with blind characters, and autobiographies of blind people, as well as writing about blindness from other disciplines.

14. Michel Foucault
Michel Foucault Philosophy and Queer Theory for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex and queer communities at


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Online Resources Texts: Michel Foucault Used Books: Michel Foucault Add a Resource ... Power/Knowledge : Selected Interviews and Other Writings, 1972-1977 by Michel Foucault Foucault interprets his writings about sexuality, politics and punishment stressing the contribution of each to the portrait of society he is compiling. The Birth of the Clinic Website dedicated to Foucault from Casey Alt Foucault This might serve as the ideal motto for a dedicated Foucault website, were it not for the context, where one also finds advice that seems to bar Foucauldians from being biblical: "But avoid stupid controversies, genealogies, dissensions, and quarrels over the law, for they are unprofitable and futile." (Titus 3:9) For those who are not phobic about juxtaposing discipline and knowledge, love, hate, and the stupidity of genealogies, Hydra presents the bibliographical treasures of the Bibliothéque Salchoir and other resources for Foucault readers and scholars. Foucault Site Includes: Biography Photo Gallery Studies and Articles Bibliography ...

15. Michel Foucault
Michel Foucault 19261984. Voorzijde Penning Achterzijde Penning. Plastiek. Studieschets. Tekst.
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16. The Foucault Pages At CSUN
Welcome to the World of michel foucault. Greetings. This site is dedicated to exploring the work of French philosopher and social critic michel foucault.
Welcome to the World of Michel Foucault
Greetings. This site is dedicated to exploring the work of French philosopher and social critic Michel Foucault. The site is produced and maintained by Ben Attias with the assistance of
At the moment, the site contains the following information: I am always happy to engage in conversations about specific aspects of Foucault's work, but please do not mail me expecting me to explain a book or essay to you so you don't have to read it yourself, or to come up with a thesis for your college paper. The illustration is © 1997 Zoran Jevtic and used with permission.
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17. Michel Foucault, Info.
Overview of michel foucault biography, repository of primary texts and weblog.
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18. Michel Foucault (1926-1984)
michel foucault (19261984) foucault, michel (1926-1984), French philosopher, who attempted to show that the basic ideas which people normally take
Michel Foucault (1926-1984)
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Foucault, Michel (1926-1984), French philosopher, who attempted to show that the basic ideas which people normally take to be permanent truths about human nature and society change in the course of history. His studies challenged the influence of German political philosopher Karl Marx and Austrian psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. Foucault offered new concepts that challenged people's assumptions about prisons, the police, insurance, care of the mentally ill, gay rights, and welfare. Foucault was born in Poitiers. He studied philosophy and psychology at the elite École Normale Supérieure in Paris. During the 1960s, he served as head of the philosophy departments at the University of Clermont-Ferrand and the University of Vincennes (officially known as the Vincennes Experimental University Centre). In 1970 he was elected to the highest academic post in France, the College de France, where he took the title of Professor of the History of Systems of Thought. During the 1970s and 1980s his international reputation grew as he lectured all over the world. Return to Ron's Home Page

19. Critical Thinkers :: Michel Foucault Resources
Critical Thinkers Resource Postmodern Philosopher michel foucault. A selected bibliography with web resources an annotated list. michel foucault Resources,
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