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 15 days 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 2 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 4 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 7 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 12 months ago by anamaric17