From: David Welch <david.welch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1999 14:20:39 +0100
Foucault's Introduction to 'On the Normal and Pathological' by Georges
Canguilhem (American translation)
In message <37C3DCAB.4D3CDA8D@xxxxxxxxx> foucault@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
> I wonder if anyone can help me track down a Foucault quote. In his paper
> 'Foucault, Power and Institutions' in Political Studies XLVII, Mark Bevir claims
> that Foucault 'evoked a dichotomy between philosophers who emphasize
> consciousness and those who emphasize concepts. The former, including Sartre,
> devise accounts of the subject that centre on experiences and their meaning. The
> latter, including Althusser, Bachelard and Canguilhem, devise accounts of
> systems of knowledge that centre on concepts and their relations.'
> Can anyone tell me where to find such an idea in Foucualt's work?