Re: [Foucault-L] Between Deleuze and Foucault

I'm very grateful to have received this link.

Some time ago someone published a link to Scull's rather scathing (and - I thought - superficial) review of Khalfa's 2006 translation of History of Madness. The journal Foucault Studies, linked to the Purdue website, has all issues free online. The Jan 2008 issue has a review by Alain Beaulieu and Réal Fillion of History of Madness.



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Subject: [Foucault-L] Between Deleuze and Foucault

Dear all,

We are absolutely thrilled to send you today the link to our website "Between Foucault and Deleuze" - Thanks to the generous support of the College of Liberal Arts at Purdue University, this website provides you a full description of our project (book, conference, journal issue, future translations), and more importantly, the first transcriptions ever of Deleuze's seminar on Foucault (1985-1986) hosted on our sister site, La Voix de Deleuze. This seminar is an invaluable source in order to better understand their philosophical relationship.

The team of "Between Deleuze & Foucault"

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