Re: The Humanist/Cartesian/Modern Subject

I would recommend:

Deborah Cook (1993). _The Subject Finds a Voice: Foucault's Turn Toward
Subjectivity_ Peter Lang Pub.

>Greetings all:
>I am interested in reading any texts that discuss (ideally,
>at some length) the Humanist/Cartesian/Modern Subject.
>More specifically, texts that describe/examine what the
>markers/traits/characteristics and discursive practices
>of "the modern subject" have been/are.
>Any info will be appreciated.

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