Re: (urgent)question

The label on the third corner is "actes",
and the title above the triangle says
"comportement sexuel".
For more information you can look at p.243
of the same book (top of the page) in the
interview "On the Genealogy of ethics".
The question is, roughly, the relationship between
sexual act, desire, and pleasure as conceived
in different cultures.
I hope it is not too late. It is early evening where
I am, and so still morning in the US.

-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Lekas <lekas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: foucault@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 25 Mart 1999 Perþembe 09:36
Subject: (urgent)question

>hi, i'm in need of a little information.
>there's a diagram on the cover of the dreyfus+rabinow book -
>a triangle, reading at the bottom corners: plaisir, desir.
>what is the label over the third corner? and, what does the title above
>the triangle say?
>i need this information by thursday morning 3/25. but if you get this
>message later, though the info won't be vital, it will ntl be of interest
>to me.
>many thanks-
>paul lekas

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