Re: Foucault's Nietzsche

At 18:48 95 10 11 -0500, you wrote:
>I've been trying for awhile, but with no luck, to track down a passage in
>Foucault. It runs something like this: "Marx and Freud exist in the
>nineteenth-century like fish in water. Nietzsche, however, is our
>I had thought that it was in the final section of The Order of Things, but
>I can't seem to find it there. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>Christoph Cox
I don't know where Nietzsche swims like a fish, but Marx does it on p. 262
in my edition of The Order of Things (Tavistock Publ, 1970).
Look in the end of the section Ricardo in the chapter Labor, life and language.


Bengt Carlsson


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