Re: [Foucault-L] Reply to "Introduction"

I once came across (in English) a pretty nice quote from Foucault about how,
basically, he reserved the right for himself to change his mind, that he was
an individual whose ideas were ever-evolving, and he essentially refused to
be stuck in one place, reserving for himself the right to follow whatever
philosophical trails/trajectories he saw fit.

Only Foucault explained this much more eloquently than I just did. Does
anyone know the quote I am referring to? What is it? I think it is probably
from an interview, and it was in English (translation).

Thank you so much!


  • Re: [Foucault-L] Reply to "Introduction"
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