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  • ...]] and [[post-structuralism]] in the work of [[Jacques Derrida]], [[Michel Foucault]], [[Louis Hjelmslev]], [[Roman Jakobson]], [[Jacques Lacan]], [[Claude Lé ...an [[overview]] of Greimas’s semiotic theory.) In two of his [[recent]] books, De l’imperfection (1987)and Sémiotique des passions (1991, The Semiotic
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  • ...But this kind of political subjectivity seems to have disappeared. In your books you speak of a post-political world.</i></b><br class="NetscapeDummy" xmlns ...ctively masks its opposite: intolerance. It is a recurring theme in all my books that, from this liberal perspective, the basic perception of another human
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  • ...der that in [[philosophy]], thinkers like Louis [[Althusser]] and Michel [[Foucault]], as well as Gilles [[Deleuze]], were so obsessed with [[Spinoza]]! I don' ...[model]] (The Care of the [[Self]], The Uses of [[Pleasure]]]. I [[think]] Foucault's ethics fit perfectly the late capitalist universal Spinozist signifier. E
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  • ...[thought]], including the [[post-structuralist]] [[philosophers]] [[Michel Foucault]] and [[Jacques Derrida]]. His most influential work was ''Introduction à ...k on [[Immanuel Kant]] received little attention. Recently, [[three]] more books have been published: a 1932 [[thesis]] on the [[physical]] and [[philosophi
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  • ...this kind of [[political subjectivity]] seems to have disappeared. In your books you speak of a post-political world. ...ely masks its opposite: [[intolerance]]. It is a recurring theme in all my books that, from this liberal perspective, the basic perception of another human
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  • ...t the universal rule in each unique [[concrete]] situation); however, in [[Foucault]], this simply means that the subject is thrown into a situation in which h ...on the disavowal of the Unconscious: what usually passes unnoticed is that Foucault's [[rejection]] of the [[psychoanalytic]] account of [[sexuality]] also inv
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  • ...der that in [[philosophy]], thinkers like Louis [[Althusser]] and Michel [[Foucault]], as well as Gilles [[Deleuze]], were so obsessed with [[Spinoza]]! I don' ...[model]] (The Care of the [[Self]], The Uses of [[Pleasure]]]. I [[think]] Foucault's ethics fit perfectly the late capitalist universal Spinozist signifier. E
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  • ...uality. It would be taken up by [[Nietzsche]], [[John Dewey]] and [[Michel Foucault]] directly, as well as in the work of numerous artists and authors. There h [[Karl Popper]] used the term ''historicism'' in his influential books ''The Poverty of Historicism'' and [[The Open Society and Its Enemies]], to
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  • ...what the tragic was; what remained to him was only the night of a book, of books, in which to howl to all men that solitude, which is suffering itself, the ...eeves, an official place under the sun of our bourgeois [[society]], their books sell, and—does one ever know?—one has to ''think of the future''.
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  • The authors of books like this are often reluctant to speak of the private lives of their subjec ...zek's fellow theorist Judith Butler writes on the back cover of one of his books: 'Slavoj lives to theorize', but we suspect the opposite is true and Zizek
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  • ...[Strauss]], the [[philosopher]] and archeologist of [[knowledge]] Michel [[Foucault]], the reinterpreter of [[Marxism]] Louis [[Althusser]], the writers for th ...r]] of things: An archaeology of the [[human]] sciences. New York: Vintage Books. (Original [[work]] published 1966)
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  • ...mong the most excruciating readings in contemporary [[literature]]), while Michel invents a solution: a new [[self]]-replicating gene for the post-[[human]] ...en the two: the disappearance of sexual [[difference]]. In his last works, Foucault envisioned the [[space]] of pleasures liberated from Sex, and one is tempte
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  • ...ms, has a significant connection to later radical critics such as michel [[foucault]], roland [[barthes]], and jacques [[derrida]], as James Clifford has shown ...ted in the College, was directly affiliated with the artistic avant-garde: Michel Leiris, for example, was a member of the Mission Dakr-Djibouti (1932), an e
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  • ...//gen.lib.rus.ec/search.php?req=Jean-Michel+Rabat%C3%A9&column=author Jean-Michel Rabaté]</div> ...An [[Introduction to Jacques Lacan]] through Popular [[Culture]] (October Books)
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  • ...[[theory]], especially by Kristeva, [[Irigaray]], Cixious, [[Derrida]], [[Foucault]], Delueze and [[Guattari]], [[Butler]] and so on in a multidisciplinary co ...ader]], Darian and Judy Groves. [[Introducing Lacan]]. New York: [[Totem]] Books,
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  • One can effectively imagine here Kant as an unexpected precursor on [[Foucault]]'s [[thesis]], from his Discipline and Punish, of the [[formation]] of the This paraphrase of the title of Derrida’s essay on Foucault’s <i>Histoire de la [[folie]]</i> has a precise stake: madness is inscrib
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  • ...iod, including Michel [[Foucault]], [[Paul]] [[Ricoeur]], Michel Henry and Michel Serres. This book presents the first [[English]]-[[language]] [[translation Although Badiou had yet to publish the books that would go on to mark him out as the leading thinker of his generation (
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  • ...//gen.lib.rus.ec/search.php?req=Jean-Michel+Rabat%C3%A9&column=author Jean-Michel Rabaté]</div> ...An [[Introduction to Jacques Lacan]] through Popular [[Culture]] (October Books)
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  • | Jean-Michel Rabaté ...ng Awry: An Introduction to Jacques Lacan through Popular Culture (October Books)
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  • ..., Alain Badiou, Timothy Campbell, Gilles Deleuze, Roberto Esposito, Michel Foucault, Donna Haraway, Michael Hardt, Achille Mbembe, Warren Montag, Antonio Negri [[Category:Books]]
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