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Society must be defended : lectures at the Collège de France, 1975-76
SOCIETY MUST BE DEFENDED is a full transcript of the lectures given by Foucault at the College de France in 1975-76. The main theme of the lectures is the contention that war can be used to analyseExpand
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Farewell to Growth
Most of us who live in the North and the West consume far too much - too much meat, too much fat, too much sugar, too much salt. We are more likely to put on too much weight than to go hungry. WeExpand
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Can We Live Together?: Equality and Difference
Translatora s Note. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Part I: The Production of the Self: . 1. Demodernization. 2. The Subject. 3. Social Movements. 4. Early, Mid-- and Late Modernities. Part II:Expand
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The suffering of the immigrant
Acknowledgements. A Note on Terminology. Preface. Sources. Introduction. 1 The Original Sin And The Collective Lie. 2 The Three Ages Of Emigration. 3 An Exemplary Immigration. 4 Nationalism AndExpand
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The Lives of Michel Foucault
Foucault's work reached beyond the normal boundaries of philosophy; he wrote about madness, prisons, medicine, sex and language. He was many things - academic, political activist, child, lover ofExpand
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The Communist Hypothesis
We know that communism is the right hypothesis. All those who abandon this hypothesis immediately resign themselves to the market economy, to parliamentary democracy - the form of state suited toExpand
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The Penguin dictionary of critical theory
Accessing the huge selection of critical theory can be an intimidating experience. This acclaimed dictionary is an invaluable introduction to the theories and theorists in the field and will prove anExpand
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Suicide: The Hidden Side of Modernity
CONTENTS. INTRODUCTION: SUICIDE AND SOCIETY. The Anthropological Contribution. Society Does Not Shed Light on Suicide Suicide Sheds Light on Society. Suicide: An Enigma To Be Deciphered. 1. DOESExpand
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The art of shrinking heads : on the new servitude of the liberated in the age of total capitalism
Foreword. 1. From Modernity to Postmodernity. Mapping the Transition. 2. Homo Zappiens Goes to School. The Denial of Generational Difference. 3. The Denial of Sexion. 4. Neo-Liberalism asExpand
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Lacan in contexts
In the most comprehensive study of Jacques Lacan yet to be published in English, David Macey challenges many of the assumptions that have come to surround Lacan s work. He shows that key elements ofExpand
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