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Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976

Read Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976 Read Ì eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Æ Michel Foucault Michel Foucault Æ 7 review Ty and its relation to war War was now seen as the permanent basis of all institutions of power a hidden presence within society that could be deciphered by an historical analysis Tracing this development Foucault outlines a genealogy of powerknowledge that was to become a primary concern in his final years. in these lectures foucault speaks of history power war race one of the few outright discussions of this from him i ve come to understand sovereignty biopolitics and their relations this is done with an impressive clarity although in the mid to late lectures i was at a loss in trying to follow the minutiae of european history in which most of his research on these matters germinate recommended especially if one wants to understand his influence on postcolonial scholarship he is awfully potent at moments when discussing the counterhistories that emerge when blood is dried in the codes of jurisprudence the uote that led me to read these lectures the role of history will then be to show that laws deceive the kings wear masks that power creates illusions and that historians tell lies this will not then be a history of continuity but a history of the deciphering the detection of the secret of the outwitting of the ruse and of the reappropriation of a knowledge that has been distorted or buried it will decipher a truth that has been sealed 72 Sara och Clovnen som grät Sara #4 its relation to war War was now seen as the permanent basis of all The Exclamation Mark Hesperus Classics institutions of power a hidden presence within society that could be deciphered by an historical analysis Tracing this development Foucault outlines a genealogy of powerknowledge that was to become a primary concern Enter the Dragon China's Undeclared War Against the US in Korea 1950 51 in his final years. Bruce Lees Kampfstil 2 Bruce Lees Kampfstil #2 in these lectures foucault speaks of history power war race one of the few outright discussions of this from him Lehrbuch Der Albanischen Sprache i ve come to understand sovereignty biopolitics and their relations this Madame Tussaud A Novel of the French Revolution is done with an The Time of Stalin Portrait of a Tyranny impressive clarity although The Summer Without Men in the mid to late lectures Män som hatar kvinnor i was at a loss Der unwerte Schatz in trying to follow the minutiae of european history The Gender Gap Bella Abzug's Guide to Political Power for American Women in which most of his research on these matters germinate recommended especially Ascending Into Euphoria if one wants to understand his Heavy Words Lightly Thrown The Reason Behind the Rhyme influence on postcolonial scholarship he Complete Works Volume VII Translations from Pahlavi is awfully potent at moments when discussing the counterhistories that emerge when blood Dumb Money Adventures of a Day Trader is dried Ludicrous Laws and Mindless Misdemeanors The Silliest Lawsuits and Unruliest Rulings of All Time in the codes of jurisprudence the uote that led me to read these lectures the role of history will then be to show that laws deceive the kings wear masks that power creates The Esther Paradigm illusions and that historians tell lies this will not then be a history of continuity but a history of the deciphering the detection of the secret of the outwitting of the ruse and of the reappropriation of a knowledge that has been distorted or buried Interlingua; A grammar of the international language it will decipher a truth that has been sealed 72

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Read Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976 Read Ì eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Æ Michel Foucault Michel Foucault Æ 7 review E lectures do not reduplicate his published books although they do have themes in common The lectures show Foucault ranging freely and conversationally over the implications of his researchIn Society Must Be Defended Foucault deals with the emergence in the early 17th century of a new understanding of socie. This is the way to read Foucault I want to read ALL of the lectures So readable so clear Nothing at all like his published books and even interesting than his interviews which are usually pretty great This book is somewhere between listening to Foucault think out loud and having him relate a very consistent and constrained argument As usual for him this is about power and knowledgeThis book opens with a bit about how power is projected through discipline in fact in the beginning there s a lovely and concise summary of the rough tenants of Discipline and Punish And immediately is followed by describing Foucault s methodology and what historical information he looks at and why his methodology is constructed it as it is If that sounds confusing trust me when I say that it isn t and that he writes clearly about what he s interested in and whyAlso in the beginning he defends his bookish nature by describing how and why he digs up two different types of lost knowledge a specific practical knowledge and guides and b local direct histories So for example if looking at the rise of prisons a would be architectural models inspired by the panopticon guides for running the prison etc and b would be transcripts from the prisoners and maybe even the guardsBut these lectures are primarily about how a new type of history is created A new type of history that eventually turns into the idea of class struggle Foucualt traces this history back to an early notion of race struggle on that in a sec and on the invention of an idea that war is behind all social interactions on that too in a bit Race struggle Roughly Foucault claims that a new form of history arises in the 17th c Before then again roughly history was all about following and codifying the lineage of power history is about kings history is written by the winners In the 17th c a new type of history emerges which is from the point of view of the conuered It s a struggle of racial history since this new narrative focuses on the conuered or disposed race For example the 17th c saw the rise of the history of the Saxons as opposed to the history of the Normans The Norman history was the dominant history the history of power coming from William the Conuerer a Norman The Saxons were establishing a counter history their history of the rightful winners They were using The Bible as a model which provided a model for a history of the oppressed Then this new type of history moves to France and mutates into a complex story of different strands of histories of different histories for various races and then eventually turns into a history for types of people Eventually there is a history for the depowered nobility another history for the new and newly powerful bourgeoisie and finally a history of the people The move to The People allows the shift from racial struggle to class struggle As you can imagine his race struggle model of history is appropriated by the State which results in State racism which is prescient and relevant for us today Roughly the State turns the historical narrative into a struggle against enemies from within as well as enemies from without And it uses those struggles in order to keep its people in lineThen there s the new idea of war is behind all interactions It s not Hobbes war of all against all but an idea that war and struggle underpins all individual groups and nations and that each group is struggling for power and domination Again this is prescient and relevant for us today One uick note is that this idea undermines the older idea of Truth and replaces it with a distrust of dominant narratives which results in a cynical fracturing and a tough relationship to the idea of a common struggle You see this in both Fox News and in far left academia Anyway it s complicated than that but still you get some of the ideaThere s way to the book It s packed full of ideas and asides that are spellbinding and intriguing The whole book is filled with gems and the very end starts to talk about biopower which is the topic of another series of lectures roughly how the state uses surveillance to control its populaceLast my friend and roommate asked me Why read Foucault when you love Deleuze so much I mean it seems a little less involved And I told her that I prefer Foucault and Bourdieu I like the way they approach things on the ground I like the way they constantly bring back their studies to today I like the way I can use their work to think about the world around me and I like the way they provide me with tools for living Deleuze is really for me about uestioning the way I approach the world and it s not deeper but it is dense and a little harder to apply or to turn is ideas into tools I can use In the end I guess I m a typical US pragmatist and I want results and apparatus to apply and am not as interested in theories for the sake of theories When it comes to theory I want tools Foucault gives me that

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Read Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976 Read Ì eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Æ Michel Foucault Michel Foucault Æ 7 review An examination of relations between war and politicsFrom 1971 until his death in 1984 Michel Foucault taught at the Collège de France perhaps the most prestigious intellectual institution in Europe Each year in a series of 12 public lectures Foucault sought to explain his research of the previous year Thes. I ve been reading Foucault for years and while I ve loved a lot of his writings I m actually retroactively annoyed at myself for not beginning here This is without a doubt the best possible introduction one could ask for when it comes to understanding the mature works of Foucault If you want to get a primer on his thought don t be like me start hereIt also features by far my favourite uote from Michel Foucault something I can see becoming a personal motto that takes me through the rest of my studies The role of history will then be to show that laws deceive that kings wear masks that power creates illusions and that historians tell lies This will not then be a history of continuity but a history of deciphering the detection of the secret edge that has been distorted or buried It will decipher a truth that has been sealed

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  • Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976
  • Michel Foucault
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  • 20 June 2019
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    Read Ì eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Æ Michel Foucault Michel Foucault Æ 7 review Read Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976 In the things I am presently concerned with the moment when that which does not exist is inscribed in reality and when that which does not exist comes under a legitimate regime of the true and false marks the birth of this dissymmetrical bipolarity of politics and the economy Politics and the economy are not things that exist or errors or ideologies They are things that do not exist and yet which are inscrib

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    [Pdf Read] (Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976) A lot to grapple with here and I will do so below for my memory in writing a dissertation than anything else so be warnedI love that this book starts out with Foucault's critiue of Marx there must be out there I haven't found in terms of that critiue but this really helped me think through the distinctions as it has always seemed t

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    Read Ì eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Æ Michel Foucault [Pdf Read] (Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976) Michel Foucault Æ 7 review I've been reading Foucault for years and while I've loved a lot of his writings I'm actually retroactively annoyed at myse

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    [Pdf Read] (Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976) Read Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976 This is the way to read Foucault I want to read ALL of the lectures So readable so clear Nothing at all like his published books and even interesting than his interviews which are usually pretty great This book is somewhere between listening

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    [Pdf Read] (Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976) A decent place to make a run at Foucault this one is by far his most accessibleBasic object of the lecture series is his inversion of Clausewitz ie the thesis that politics is the continuation of warfare by other means I suppose the uestion would accordingly be whether warfare or techniue derived from warfare is the basic engine of history or at least the presentation or reactivation of historyThere is very little discussion of m

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    [Pdf Read] (Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976) Michel Foucault Æ 7 review Politics is war by other means Foucault attempts to see if the concept of war can be used to analyze of power relations He argues that the jurid

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    Read Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976 Michel Foucault Æ 7 review Read Ì eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Æ Michel Foucault in these lectures foucault speaks of history power war race one of the few outright discussions of this from him i've come to understand sovereignty biopolitics and their relations this is done with an impressive clarity although in the mid to late lectures i was at a loss in trying to follow the minutiae of european history in which most of his research on these matters germinate recommended especially if one wants to understand his influ

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    [Pdf Read] (Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976) Michel Foucault Æ 7 review Read Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976 A series of lectures that Foucault gave at the College de France which ironically enough I am right by that location Beautiful spot I might add Here he examines power through a historical perspective One of the reasons why I like this book is that i get a visual picture of the man in front of an audience by reading this book It's li

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    Read Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976 Read Ì eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Æ Michel Foucault Michel Foucault Æ 7 review I read 'Society Must Be Defended' on four different trains and in three different stations It's a good book for a long journey as it turns out I hadn't previously read any Foucault but I'd heard that he writeslectures engagingly That's certainly what I found; compared to some other political theorists I'm looking at you Žižek his writing is

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    [Pdf Read] (Il faut défendre la sociétécours au Collège de France 1976) Foucault is always hard to get into but once you eventually get a grip of the assumptions and definitions he comes in with the ideas he presents and the stories he describes are mindblowing I borrowed this from the local library and read it over a couple of months but have now ordered my own copy There is a loose agenda in this series of lectures but it's not always very precisely defined coherent or entirely thoroughly backed up

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