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Foucault and Philosophy

Christopher Falzon (Hrsg.), Timothy O'Leary (Hrsg.)

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Philosophie


Foucault and Philosophy presents a collection of essays fromleading international philosophers and Foucault scholars thatexplore Foucault's work as a philosopher in relation tophilosophers who were important to him and in the context ofimportant themes and problems in contemporary philosophy * Represents the only volume to explore in detailFoucault's relation with key figures and movements in thehistory of philosophy * Explores Foucault's influence upon contemporary and futuredirections in philosophy * Brings together a group of outstanding scholars in the fieldand allows them to explore their topic at a high level ofsophistication


(Choice, 1 August 2011)
"Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates throughresearchers/faculty."
(Notre Dame, 22 March 2011)
"In sum, then, O'Leary and Falzon have brought together a goodand interesting set of essays that are well worth reading. Thisvolume will be of interest to all scholars who work with Foucault'stexts and might be recommended to advanced undergraduate students."
--James Bernauer, Boston College
"As a whole the volume on Foucault's relation to philosophy is afascinating contribution to the vast literature on his work.Although the papers within the volume were somewhat short, theyopen up many divergent areas of potential research for the future."(Metapsychology Online, January 2011)"Was it important that Michel Foucault thought philosophically?That among his major partners in reflection were Kant, Hegel,Nietzsche, Heidegger and Habermas? That Foucault's experiments inthought intersected with analyses of subjectivity, theories ofknowledge, philosophies of experience? The outstandingcontributions to this volume respond to these questions by leadingits readers into an excavation of Foucault's philosophicalcuriosity and his unfinished road map to the good life."



Continental Philosophy, Kontinentalphilosophie, Foucault, Michel, Philosophy, Philosophie