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News and resources on French thinker Michel Foucault (1926-1984)

Marc Schuilenburg and Rik Peeters, Smart cities and the architecture of security: pastoral power and the scripted design of public space, City Territory and Architecture (2018) 5, 13 DOI10.1186/s40410-018-0090-8 Abstract The architecture of security is often thought of in terms of situational crime prevention and defensible space. In this article, we argue that the emergence …

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Randell-Moon, H., 2018. Digital Cartography Enterprise: Neoliberalism, Governmentality and Digital Infrastructure. Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, 13(2), pp.77–95. DOI:http://doi.org/10.16997/wpcc.293 Abstract The Gigatown competition (2013–2015) was a joint initiative between the telecommunications company Chorus and the New Zealand government to award a New Zealand town ‘the fastest internet in the Southern Hemisphere’ through a social media …

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  materiali foucaultiani volume VI, number 11-12 (January-December 2017) TABLE OF CONTENTS Le confessioni della carne  (pp. 3-6) Laura Cremonesi, Orazio Irrera, Daniele Lorenzini, Martina Tazzioli FULL ARTICLE Michel Foucault et la subjectivation Introduzione. Soggettivazione e assoggettamento, a partire da Foucault  (pp. 9-14)   Laura Cremonesi, Orazio Irrera, Daniele Lorenzini, Martina Tazzioli FULL ARTICLE Subjectivité et normativité …

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The 25th issue of Foucault Studies, Foucault and Philosophical Practice, has now been published. (September 2018) The journal is open source. The issue amounts to no less than 23 contributions and a sum total of more than 400 pages. In addition to the special issue on “Foucault and Philosophical Practice”, comprising four articles with a …

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Marcela Renée Becerra Batán, Epistemología histórica y técnicas de sí. El psicoanálisis del conocimiento objetivo y la vigilancia epistemológica (Bachelard) y las técnicas de sí (Foucault), Epistemología e Historia de la Ciencia, ISSN 2525-1198, 2 (2), 2018. Open access RESUMEN Este trabajo se sitúa en el marco de una indagación acerca del estilo de la …

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Patrick Gamez, Did Foucault do Ethics? The “Ethical Turn,” Neoliberalism, and the Problem of Truth, Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy – Revue de la philosophie française et de langue française, Vol XXVI, No 1 (2018) pp 107-133 DOI 10.5195/jffp.2018.818 Open access Abstract This paper argues against a common misunderstanding of Foucault’s work. Even after …

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Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault: as formações históricas, Editora Politeia, 2018 tradução e notas: Cláudio V. F. Medeiros e Mario Antunes Marino páginas: 304 (aprox.) isbn: 978-85-94444-01-1 CURSO ONLINE Em 1985 e 1986, Gilles Deleuze ministrou dois cursos dedicados ao pensamento de Michel Foucault na Universidade de Paris. Sua voz gravada e a transcrição das aulas …

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Patricio Lepe-Carrión, Educación, racismo cultural y seguridad nacional: la escuela intercultural en contextos de violencia, Educação e Pesquisa, vol.44 São Paulo 2018 Epub 16-Abr-2018 DOI:10.1590/s1678-4634201844174819 Open access Education, cultural racism and national security: the intercultural school in contexts of violence RESUMEN El artículo recoge conclusiones parciales de un proyecto en curso, financiado por Fondecyt (nº11140804) …

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Wendy Luna, Emancipating Intellectual Property from Proprietarianism: Drahos, Foucault, and a Quasi-Genealogy of IP, Genealogy 2018, 2(1), 6; doi:10.3390/genealogy2010006 Abstract This paper argues that Peter Drahos undertakes a partial Foucauldian genealogy by emancipating intellectual property (IP) from proprietarianism. He demonstrates the dominance of proprietarianism in IP by drawing sample practices from trademark, copyright, and patent …

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Il “campo”, il razzismo di stato, Archeologia Filosofica Open access journal Politiche di morte e governo della vita, II Paolo Vernaglione Berardi The last decrees imposed by national governments in EU (Italy, East Europe countries) represent the limit of governmentality. The adopted paradigm of the restrictive laws against the migrants coming from Libia, in facts …

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