Angela's lead hs proved productive, not the text by Catherine Mills, but the
author herself has told me that Foucault calls for a "new right" that is no
longer tied to sovereignty or discipline in the second lecture of the "Two
Lectures" essay published in Power/Knowledge.
That is a start on the quest to find this discarded object of the
On 03/03/2008, martin hardie <martin.hardie@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> HI everyone
> Something I have wondered for a while and it has resurfaced.
> There is a reference to Foucault and the new lawy/er on page 63 of Giorgio
> Agamben's State of Exception. Agamben doesn't reference Foucault at all in
> the text. Does anyone know where this is from?
> Martin Hardie
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Love is never directed toward this or that property of the loved one (being
blond, being small, being tender, being lame), but neither does it neglect
the properties in favour of an insipid generality (universal love): The
lover want the loved one with all of its predicates, its being such as it