Michel Foucault's anti-ontologies
The works of 20th century French philosopher-historian Michel Foucault often operate in two areas. On the one hand, Foucault's works are histories that operate through specific structures of investigation. On the other, most of these works make a handful of remarks that are, if not methodological, then at the very least, theoretical and which provide a framework for the historical research conducted. Much of the secondary literature written about Foucault's work takes one of two directions at...[Show more]
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