I will look at the blog, first I'll try and get my head round the essay. I
think also law and right might be becoming mixed up as they go from French
to Italian to English. I am gonna have a look around.
But this as you suggest is the question
whether it's possible, or desirable
I am not sure the answer is yes to either! Ithink also here is where the
nomos and the logos debate all comes into play .... and this is all in my
face as I try to teach first year Aboriginal law students sitting on the
threshold of both.
it was 35 degrees in Geelong yesterday so enjoy the north!
On 14/03/2008, s0metim3s <s0metim3s@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'm not sure how productive - there's some tensions between the speech
> ("Face aux gouvernements, les droits l'Homme") and the 1976 lecture at the
> College de France that are interesting to work through. But, it's been over
> a year since a number of people tried, on the basis of these texts, to
> relaunch their humanism by insisting that Foucault was one.
> Though I suspect, Martin, our disagreements over whether one seeks the
> redefine the very notion of right (whether it's possible, or desirable) will
> martin hardie wrote:
> > Hi everyone
> > 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
> > playground!
> > Martin
> > 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?
> >> Thanks
> >> martin
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