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Aesthetics, Method, and Epistemology:
The Essential Works of Foucault, 1954-1984 (Volume II)
New York: The New Press, 1998

Summary - The second of three volumes (following _Ethics: Subjectivity and
Truth_) to be excerpted from the Gallimard collection "Dits et =E9crits".
The writings in Volume 2 survey Foucault's diverse but sustained address of
the historical forms and interplay of passion, experience, and truth, with
diverse lectures, literary and film reviews, and interviews concerning
language, literature, authorship, imagination, psychology, order, and
history. The selections include commentaries on the work of de Sade,
Rousseau, Marx, Nietzsche, Freud, Roussel, and Boulez. They also include
some of Foucault's most trenchant reflections on the historical
constitution, and the historical diagnostics, of both the aesthetic and the
critical imagination.

series preface


- The Father's "No"
- Speaking and Seeing in Raymond Roussel
- Introduction to Rousseau's Disalogues
- So Cruel a Knowledge
- A Preface to Transgression
- Language to Infinity
- Afterword to The Temptation of Saint Anthony
- The Prose of Actaeon
- Behind the Fable
- The Thought of the Outside
- A Swimmer Between Two Words
- Different Spaces
- This is Not a Pipe
- What is an Author?
- Sade: Sargeant of Sex
- The Gray Mornings of Tollerance
- The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and Everyday Worms
- The Imagination of the Nineteenth Century
- Pierre Boulez, Passing Through the Screen


- Philosophy and Psychology
- The Order of Things
- Nietzsche, Freud, Marx
- On the Ways of Writing History
- On the Archaeology of the Sciences: Response to the Epistemology Circle
- Madness and Society
- Theatrum Philosophicum
- Nietzsche, Genealogy, History
- My Body, This Paper, This Fire
- Return to History
- Structuralism and Poststructuralism
- Foucault (by 'Maurice Florence')
- Life: Experience and Science


Ian Robert Douglas,
Visiting Lecturer & Fulbright Fellow
Watson Institute of International Studies,
Brown University, Box 1831,
130 Hope Street,
Providence, RI 02912

tel: 401 863-2420
fax: 401 863-2192

"The powerful imagination creates the event"
Michel de Montaigne

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