Re: HIV, should we accept?

Why do you need to know the truth about Foucault's personal ethics? He
could have great ideas and still be a bad person? Why would his behavior
preclude giving him a hearing? I urge people to read Heidegger who was a

S. Arden Hill wrote:
> sorry to have to post this but the list might be the only information
> system,
> in which this information surfaces or is made accessible.
> In a discussion occuring with a friend, he brought up the issue of whether
> or not
> morally and ethically we should accept foucault's theories,
> considering the knowledge and recognition of his determined sexual health
> and inability to
> inform sexual partners of this malady? Unfortunately we were unable to go
> further with
> this issue seeing none of us knew the truth of the situation, or where the
> implication evolved.
> Eye have been attempting to locate the source material of this claim, to
> put to use in an essay
> regarding HIV, the teaching profession, respectable positions and the
> "death of the author".
> all surveying Foucault theories and practises, but have thus far only found
> reminants in the text
> Saint-Foucault. Is this information or source material available somewhere
> else?
> could someone or the the list assist me here?
> thank you in advance
> S. Arden Hill
> 'SElf INDuceD deMENtia'
> radio syntactation applied to silent oceans. wireless premonition.
> remote audible agency."the musicians are always seen".
> related to a bad lsd experience
> ahill@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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