From: denoix kerger <denoix.kerger@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 05 Dec 2004 14:03:19 +0100
I hope the list is still active. I still have to visit Claire website in
orde to subscribe, I guess).
Concerning your second question. I was reading Leçon 7/10/1973 in le pouvoir
psychiatrique lately. In his autocritique on H/F, says he will try to
reconsider H/F from not from the point of view of representations of madness
but from a dispositif de pouvoir. (p.14) in his second autocritique on the
last chapters of H/F he says that he used the concept of Violence (next to
institution and family) which seems unfruitful. Pouvoir is more appropriate,
less irrational and thus a better concept for analysis. (p. 16)
On 28-11-2004 16:29, "Kevin Turner" <k_turner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have two questions:
> 1) Does Foucault make a distinction between "critique" and "criticism"?
> I know that the subtitle to 'Omnes et Singulatim' has been translated as
> both '...Critique of Political Reason,' and '...Criticism of Political
> Reason,' and I was wondering if there is, or should, be a difference. It may
> be a moot point, but Mitchell Dean does make something of the distinction
> between criticism and critique vis-a-vis Foucault in his Critical and
> Effective Histories.
> 2) Did Foucault always use the term "pouvire" for power - i.e. did he use
> the term pouvoir in Folie et d?raison (Madness and Civilization), The Birth
> of the Clinic and The Order of Things, or did he use the word puissance in
> these text?
> Regards - Kevin
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