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The Later Foucault : Politics and Philosophy - Jeremy Moss

The Later Foucault

Politics and Philosophy

By: Jeremy Moss (Editor)

Paperback Published: 21st May 1998
ISBN: 9780803976764
Number Of Pages: 201

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Why does Foucault's work continue to be of central importance in current debates in sociology, political science and philosophy? Why do we still read him as a guide to contemporary social and cultural life?

Foucault's work presents a provocative challenge to orthodox, habitual forms of belief and practice. The Later Foucault, with an impressive interdisciplinary focus, argues that one of the keys to understanding Foucault is his political thought. It is this which he expressed clearly in his last writings and which pulled together his earlier interests in power, agency and subjectivity. In this volume a distinguished array of Foucauldian scholars and commentators on politics explore the significance of these l

The Later Foucault
Genealogy and The Scope of The Political
Foucault and Critical Theory
Genealogical Politics
Politics and Liberation
Ethics and The Subject of Politics
Foucault's Subject of Power
Foucault, Levinas and the Subject of Responsibility
Feminism, Foucault and 'Subjects' of Power and Freedom
Beyond Good and Evil
The Ethical Sensibility of Michel Foucault
Political Traditions
The Disciplinary Moment
Foucault, Law and the Reinscription of Rights
Foucault, Rawls and Public Reason
Foucault and Modern Political Philosophy
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ISBN: 9780803976764
ISBN-10: 0803976763
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 201
Published: 21st May 1998
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.29 x 15.98  x 1.17
Weight (kg): 0.33

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