Re: Foucault a postmodernist?

I would add a political-intellectual note here, which is post-modernism
is also a typically disciplinary way in which all the so-called
"destabilizing" and "anti-foundational" critiques that feminists,
Afro-Americans, and post-colonial writers had struggled to introduce
during latter half of the 20th century got enfolded into the
academic field. And hence some of the first academic statements
on post-modernism, such as those by Lyotard or Jameson, are
critical of a kind of "condition' wrought by such de-stabilizing

Stephen Katz,
Trent University


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