Re: [Foucault-L] foucault and "human nature"

Great, thanks!

On 2010/03/05 12:00 PM, David McInerney wrote:
The chapter on Chomsky is in the book A Marxist Philosophy of
Language, published in paperback recently by Haymarket. Also has a
chapter on Habermas, and discusses Stalin, Voloshinov/Bakhtin,
Pecheux, Macherey, Lenin, Deleuze& Guattari, all in a very
substantial manner, then two chapters of proposition and a chapter of
short glossaries. A very worthwhile purchase in paperback, it
originally was in the rather expensive Brill hardback

On 05/03/2010, at 5:47 PM, Aragorn Eloff wrote:

Hi David,

Where can one read more about this? Is it only in Lecercle's 'The
Violence of Language' or is his critique of Chomsky available

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