Re: Order of Things

In "The Order of Things" Foucault was about an amazing seminal thinking of
phenomenology and structuralism, that is, being able to take this systems
into account in his research and analysis. Hence "codes" and "orders" of the
phenomena of human existence.

His unsung muse in this work is Heidegger, and one can perhaps interpret this
text from comparing the dual level of Foucault's investigation ( of codes and
orders) with heidegger's distinction of the "ontic" and the "ontological."

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