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Reconstructing Foucault

Essays in the Wake of the 80s (Postmodern Studies, No 10)

by Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso

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Published by Editions Rodopi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsSilvia Caporale-Bizzini (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages304
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Open LibraryOL12807063M
ISBN 109051837100
ISBN 109789051837100
OCLC/WorldCa32524895

However, the book also compares critical realism favourably with a range of other approaches, including poststructuralism, pragmatism, interpretivism, practice theory, and relational sociology. Numerous sociological examples are included, and each chapter addresses well-known and current work in by: Mutterings from the arch-mandarin: interviews, essays, and samples of the many brilliant but torturous books (Madness and Civilization, Discipline and Punish, The History of Sexuality, Power/Knowledge, etc.) by the world's leading meta-historian. As the anthology unfolds, newcomers to Foucault should be dazzled by his erudition and analytical daring in .

  Histoire de la sexualité: La volonté de savoir (History of Sexuality, Vol. 1) and Surveiller et punir: Naissance de la prison (Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison) Are both essential. You don't know Foucault unless you read these.   A whole aspect of modern societies, Foucault was suggesting here, could be understood only by reconstructing certain 'techniques of power', or of 'power/knowledge', designed to observe, monitor, shape and control the behaviour of individuals situated within a range of social and economic institutions such as the school, the factory and the : University of Chicago Press.

But really I would suggest getting the Foucault Reader, edited by (i-forget-his-name) Rabinow. It collects the most important essays, as well as extracts from his book-length works. Their also helpfully organized by topic, which is great for a thinker as . This volume draws together critical assessments of Michel Foucault's contribution to our understanding of the making and remaking of the modern organization. The volume provides a valuable summary of Foucault's contribution to organization theory, which also challenges the conventions of traditional organizational analysis. By applying Foucauldian concepts such as .


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Reconstructing Foucault by Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso Download PDF EPUB FB2

Michael RYAN: Foucault's Fallacy. PART III: FOUCAULT AND THE SUBJECT. Alan D. SCHRIFT: Reconfiguring the Subject: Foucault's Analytics of Power. Kath RENARK JONES: Modernity, Ethics and Irony: The Return of the Subject in the Later Works of Michel Foucault. PART III: FOUCAULT IN FEMENISM: Susan BORDO: Feminism, Foucault, and the Politics of.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Archaeology, history, deconstruction: Foucault's thought and the philosophical experience / Patricio Peñalver Reconstructing Foucault book the twofold games of language / Cristina de Peretti --What is enlightenment?Kant according to Foucault /.

A major contributing factor that’s often overlooked when explaining the profusion of all this contemporary academic nonsense is the democratization and commodification of higher education in the Post-War era fueled by cheap and easy access to student-loan financing and the myth that everyone must (and should) have a college education.

Your next choice is Bodies and Pleasures: Foucault and the Politics of Sexual Normalization () by Ladelle McWhorter. In contrast to Oksala and May, McWhorter focuses on Foucault’s studies of sexuality.

She’s an informed and lucid guide Reconstructing Foucault book the topic, but her book is most distinctive for the way she combines discussions of Foucault with her own experiences as a. Reconstructing its emergence in Foucault's analytics of power, the book explores the theoretical strengths the concept of governmentality offers for political analysis and critique.

It highlights the intimate link between neoliberal rationalities and the problem of biopolitics including issues around genetic and reproductive : Thomas Lemke. Reconstructing Theory introduces the key thinkers of this alternative tradition—Gadamer, Habermas and Luhmann—and provides succinct outlines of their major works.

It investigates their contributions to social and cultural theory, and also analyses the influences of Jauss, Iser and Peter and Christa Burger on literary by: 8.

Reconstructing its emergence in Foucault's analytics of power, the book explores the theoretical strengths the concept of governmentality offers for political analysis and critique.

It highlights the intimate link between neoliberal rationalities and the problem of biopolitics including issues around genetic and reproductive by: The book casts Foucault in a new light, relating his work to Gaston Bachelard's philosophy of science and Georges Canguilhem's history of science. This perspective yields a new and valuable understanding of Foucault as a historian and philosopher of science, balancing and complementing the more common view of him as primarily a social critic.

Michel Foucault Biography - Michel Foucault (Octo J ) was a French philosopher who held a chair at the College de France, which he gave the title The History of Systems of Thought. His writings have had an enormous impact on other scholarly work: Foucault's influence extends across the humanities and social sciences, and across many.

‘Reconstructing IT governance using Foucault’, Int. Business Governance and Ethics, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp– Biographical notes: Gerard L. Ilott has had a l Author: Gerard Ilott. In Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison, Michel Foucault used the issue of torture to illustrate the change in power and prove the arbitrary nature of disciplinary institutions.

In the book, Foucault began his discussion on torture with the gruesome account of the execution of Damiens the regicide on March 1, (Foucault, ). Book Description. Michel Foucault is one of the most cited authors in social science.

This book discusses one of his most influential concepts: governmentality. Reconstructing its emergence in Foucault's analytics of power, the book explores the theoretical strengths the concept of governmentality offers for political analysis and critique.

Michel Foucault is one of the most cited authors in social science. This book discusses one of his most influential concepts: governmentality.

Reconstructing its emergence in Foucault's analytics of power, the book explores the theoretical strengths the concept of governmentality offers for political analysis and critique/5.

Reconstructing its emergence in Foucault's analytics of power, the book explores the theoretical strengths the concept of governmentality offers for political analysis and critique. It highlights the intimate link between neoliberal rationalities and the problem of biopolitics including issues around genetic and reproductive technologies.

Foucault’s Discipline demonstrates how Foucault’s valorization of descriptive critique over prescriptive plans of action can be applied to the decisively altered political landscape of the end of this millennium. By reconstructing the philosopher’s arguments concerning the significance of disciplinary institutions, biopower, subjectivity.

Reconstructing the Japanese house | The Japan Times BY JOHN L. TRAN, Editor’s note: old news After very successful runs in Rome and London, “The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after ,” an exhibition of maquettes, photographs, plans and drawings, is now in the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.

This unique book breaks original ground in management and organization studies by drawing on over 2½ years of ethnographic study in a major UK international airport group.

Much has been written about the ‘McDonaldisation’ or ‘Disneyization’ of society, but few have been attentive to what the author terms ‘ Loungification of society’.Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Foucault's Pendulum (original title: Il pendolo di Foucault [il ˈpɛndolo di fuˈko]) is a novel by Italian writer and philosopher Umberto was first published inand an English translation by William Weaver appeared a year later.

Foucault's Pendulum is divided into ten segments represented by the ten satirical novel is full of esoteric references to Kabbalah Author: Umberto Eco. Reconstructing Criminality in Latin America also shows how new methodologies have given scholars deeper insight into the significance of crime in Latin American societies.

The selections testify that the insights of scholars like Eric Hobsbawm and Michel Foucault are the foundations of modern histories of crime in Latin : This book posits that a singular paradigm in social theory can be discovered by reconstructing the conceptual grammar of Gabriel Tarde’s micro-sociology and by understanding the ways in which Gilles Deleuze’s micro-politics and Michel Foucault’s micro-physics have engaged with it.

This is. To do that, I suggest, we need to remember what we learned through our encounters with Foucault.

So first, let's look at Foucault's contribution to "the social construction of sexuality." Reconstructing Social Constructionism. The harsh and mechanistic term "social construction" has become deeply unfashionable since the late s, when the. Michel Foucault is one of the most cited authors in social science.

This book discusses one of his most influential concepts: governmentality. Reconstructing its emergence in Foucault's analytics of power, the book explores the theoretical strengths the concept of governmentality offers for political analysis and by:   Reconstructing Social and Personal Life.

Late Modernity and Social Change. Simmel and Freud, and the work of key contemporary theorists, among them Lacan, Foucault, Lyotrad, Baudrillard, Bauman, Giddens and Beck, the book begins by examining the merits of the 'late modernity' thesis against those of the proponents of 'post-modernity'.

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