Re: hadot and foucault

Maybe you already know this, but there's a (very good) piece by Davidson
on Foucault and Hadot in the _Cambridge Companion to Foucault_. Davidson
argues, and I think he's right, that Hadot is mistaken when he claims that
Foucault's ethics boils down to aesthetics.


----Matthew A. King------Department of Philosophy------McMaster University----
"The border is often narrow between a permanent temptation to commit
suicide and the birth of a certain form of political consciousness."
-----------------------------(Michel Foucault)--------------------------------

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