Re: deconstruction v. genealogy

Wasn't the idea of "effective history" popularized Jurgen Habermas in _Truth and
Method_. As a historical methods, it involved the so-called "fusion of
horizons," a practice based upon a phenomenology that seems to me at least to
contract Foucault's genealogy. As a result, I find it difficult to equate
"effective history" with geneaology. The two seem very distinct to me.

Jeffrey Steele, jasteele@xxxxxxxxxxxxx


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