Foucault tended to use "truth" more with regard to power/knowledge
relationships. See the interview in either _Power/Knowledge_ or _The
Foucault Reader_ entitled "Truth and Power."
He did, on the other hand, write about the relationship of day-to-day
reality to "Enlightenment" and "the present." See especially "The Art of
Telling the Truth" (in _Politics, Philosophy, Culture_) and "What Is
Enlightenment?" (in _The Foucault Reader_). Look to work published in '83
>From: schiwagi <schiwagi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2000 15:16:08 +0100
>Can anybody help me with this question:
>Is it corrct to relate an every-day-understanding of reality to what
>Foucault calls "truth"? Did he ever write about a relationship?
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