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Lectures on the Will to Know : Lectures at the Collaege De France, 1970-1971 ; And Oedipal Knowledge

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In the first of his annual series of lectures at the College de France, Foucault develops a vigorous Nietzschean history of the will to know through an analysis of changing procedures of truth, legal forms, and class struggles in ancient Greece."show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 308 pages
  • 144 x 218 x 28mm | 479.99g
  • Palgrave USA
  • Palgrave MacMillan
  • Gordonsville, United States
  • English
  • 2013
  • biography
  • 1403986568
  • 9781403986566
  • 202,931

Review quote

"Foucault is quite central to our sense of where we are." - The Nation "Ideas spark off nearly every page . . . The words may have been spoken in [the 1970s], but they seem as alive and relevant as if they had been written yesterday." - Bookforumshow more

About Michel Foucault

Author Michel Foucault: Michel Foucault, acknowledged as the pre-eminent philosopher of France in the 1970s and 1980s, continues to have enormous impact throughout the world in many disciplines.show more

Table of contents

Foreword: François Ewald And Alessandro Fontana Translator's Note 1. 9 December 1970 2. 16 December 1970 3. 6 January 1971 4. 13 January 1971 5. 27 January 1971 6. 3 February 1971 7. 10 February 1971 8. 17 February 1971 9. 24 February 1971 10. 3 March 1971 11. 10 March 1971 12. 17 March 1971 13. Lecture On Nietzsche 14. Course Summary 15. Course Context Index Of Greek Terms Index Of Names Index Of Notionsshow more

Review Text

"Foucault is quite central to our sense of where we are." - The Nation "Ideas spark off nearly every page . . . The words may have been spoken in [the 1970s], but they seem as alive and relevant as if they had been written yesterday." - Bookforumshow more