Foucault News

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

Originally posted on Open Geography:
A bit of Internet sleuthing turns up the fact that finally Foucault’s book Le Desordre des familles, lettres de cachet, with Arlette Farge, originally published in 1982, is being translated into English. Nancy Luxon, a professor of political science at the University of Minnesota, is listing it on her CV…

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
This text was co-authored by Michel Foucault, Pierre Vidal-Nacquet and Jean-Marie Domenach, and was first read at a news conference on 8 February 1971. It was subsequently published in Esprit in March 1971. As far as I know, the only partial translations of this important document are found in the English edition…

Ludwig Binswanger, Rêve et existence, Paris : Vrin, « Bibliothèque des Textes Philosophiques – Poche », 2013. Traduction par Françoise Dastur, Postface d’Elisabetta Basso, 120 p., 11 × 18 cm. ISBN : 978-2-7116-2454-6 Site de Librairie Vrin Rêve et existence occupe une place tout à fait singulière à l’intérieur du corpus binswangerien, de ce vaste …

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From Iran Book News Agency New translations of Foucault made by Afshin Jahandideh and Nikou Sarkhosh will appear in Tehran International Book Fair, including “Philosophy Theater” IBNA: Afshin Jahandideh one of the translators told IBNA: “This volume consists of Foucault’s shorter notes, lectures and interviews made since 1966 on three main bases of discourse, power …

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