Re: foucaultian or foucauldian?

On Thu, 12 Oct 1995, Erik D Lindberg wrote:

> Does anyone know which is proper (foucaultian or foucauldian), and on
> what grounds? Which ever way I write it, someone will edit it to the
> other.
> Thanks in advance.
> Erik
> Erik D. Lindberg
> Dept. of English and Comparative Lit.
> University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
> Milwaukee, WI 53211
> email: edl@xxxxxxxxxxx


I have seen both used in books and journals. I prefer "Foucauldian,"
namely because it is much less awkward than the former.

David Pekerow


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