I don't know how much this helps, but there is the interview in Power/Knowledge in which Foucault situates the episteme in the broader context of an apparatus (dispositif): 'the episteme is a spsecifically discursive apparatus, whereas the apparatus in its general from is both discursive and non-discursive, its elements being much more heterogeneous ('The Confession of the Flesh,' P/K: 197).
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> I'm trying to get a better sense of what Foucault means by the episteme,
> and I'm wondering if someone could suggest readings beyond The Order of
> Things and The Archeology of Knowledge where Foucault provides more
> detail on the concept.
> Many thanks!
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