From: "Stuart Elden" <stuart.elden@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 2 Nov 2008 01:20:33 -0000
The first question has already been answered. I think the second concerns Foucault's illness. The lectures were generally Jan-Mar, and he wrote the summaries later in the academic year, when they were putting together reports on what had happened. Not sure of the exact date each year he wrote them, but this helps explain why they don't always really match what he'd actually done in the course - often they are more reflections on them, and where he might go next, rather than summaries. For the 1983 course I think there was a period of illness, from which he recovered well enough to deliver the 1984 course. The summary of that course was almost certainly required in his final illness - he died in June.
That may not be entirely accurate, but it seems to make some sense of it. The chronology in Dits et ecrits might help.
From: foucault-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Michael Maidan
Sent: Sat 01/11/2008 1:54 PM
Subject: [Foucault-L] Inquiry
1) does anyone have a copy of foucault conference on kant given at the
societe francaise de philosophye (1978) and is willing to share it? This is
not in D et E, or in Rabinow's EW.
2) Does anyone know why there is no "Resume du Cours" for the lectures in
the college de france after l'hermeneutique du sujet?
Thank you indvance.
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