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  • Leçons sur la volonté de savoir Cours au Collège de France 1970 1971 Suivi de Le savoir d'oedipe
  • Michel Foucault
  • English
  • 03 October 2019
  • 9781403986566

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Leçons sur la volonté de savoir Cours au Collège de France 1970 1971 Suivi de Le savoir d'oedipe

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He also explores the different forms of truth telling and their relation to power and the law The publication of. The lectures themselves are elaborations developed from a larger theme Upon what basis does a person develop the idea that learning something might indeed improve their lives 2 starsThe essays on Neitzsche and On Oedipus are where the third and fourth star come fromKnowledge is not of the order of the good

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Lectures on the Will to Know reminds us that Michel Foucault's work only ever had one object truth Here he builds. Foucault söyleme maddi bir varlık olarak bakarken hakikati ve bilgiyi de aynı havuza koyuyor ve bu kavramların gerçekliğini sorguya çekiyor Kitap kabaca iki kısımdan oluşuyor gibiydi Birinci bölüm söylem bilgi hakikat eleştirisini içerirken ikinci bölüm iktidar konusuna ayrılmış gibiydi Çevirisine baskısına diğer her şeyine de ayrıca bayıldım

review Leçons sur la volonté de savoir Cours au Collège de France 1970 1971 Suivi de Le savoir d'oedipe

On his earlier work Discipline and Punish to explore the relationship between tragedy conflict and truth telling. This inaugural lecture course at the Collège de France is situated between Foucault's expansion of the focus of his work from archaeological investigations into a variety of 'positivities' epistemes that he developed in Madness and Civilisation The Birth of the Clinic and The Order of Things His 'Archaeology of Knowledge' was published in 1969 and serves as a methodological 'guide' to the archaeological method This course then taken up directly after this period is is Foucault's 'shift' to the genealogical method with Nietzsche pervading the analysis conducted This also is one of Foucault's rare excursions into philosophical confrontation with Aristotle the focus of investigation in early weeks as well as Nietzsche Kant and SpinozaThe course however is primarily one about philosophy as such and its historical conditions of emergence in Greece Foucault's analysis is largely pre Aristotelian and indeed pre philosophical the unifying feature of his analyses are perhaps the investigation of different 'regimes' and 'procedures' of truth that emerged in pre Aristotelian Greece legal procedures oaths the establishment of abstract currency as measure and so on All of this then with a view to shedding light on the historical 'founding exclusions' of philosophy what types of procedures of truth had to be excluded in order for philosophy to develop as it did in the Aristotelian vein One example of such an exclusion is the figure of the Sophist who is the topic of one of the early lectures here This connection immediately connects Foucault's analysis to Deleuze's 'Reverse Platonism' where Plato's likewise exclusion of the Sophist is the subject of Deleuze's critiue Further and finally this book also contains an extensive lecture Foucault gave on Oedipal knowledge a confrontation with Freud then and a rich rewarding and brilliant re reading of Oedipus the King that is all the illuminating once the entirety of the lecture course has been read


About the Author: Michel Foucault

Michel Foucault was a French philosopher social theorist and historian of ideas He held a chair at the Collège de France with the title History of Systems of Thought but before he was Professor at University of Tunis Tunisia and then Professor at University Paris VIII He lectured at several different Universities over the world as at the University at Buffalo the University of California