This is a search for the "ephemeral" and arbitrary dividing line between the normal and the abnormal, and the sane and the insane. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Hung Tak Lee
Michel Foucault (1926-1984) was a French philosopher, historian of ideas, and social theorist and activist; he wrote many books, such as The Birth of the Clinic, Discipline &... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Steven H Propp
It's one of the more Important books in the long way of the science, and it wuill be.Published 9 months ago by anouska
A classic in the exercise of power.
Definition, coercion, and legitimation; politics with a medical guise, lovely stuff.
One of his better works. I prefer William Gibson if one is going to get descriptive and history can be wordily described without being nausea inspiring.Published 12 months ago by Frank Snapp
A FOUNDATIONAL TEXT FOR UNDERSTANDING DERRIDA:
This manuscript by Foucault will either complicate or simplify your comprehension of Derrida; but it should be understood that... Read more
I am only in the middle of this book at the moment but his book is full of history. The style of the writing is beautiful.Published 17 months ago by anamaric17