From Publishers Weekly
"A candid, unbuttoned Foucault" praises rock music and admits how boring it was to write some of his books, says he hates France's social security system and glorifies Khomeini's fundamentalist revolution. "By gathering the late Foucault's scattered interviews and a few lectures, this omnibus helps render his dense thoughts more accessible," observed PW.
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. . . fills an important niche in presenting a significant number of Foucault's writings that otherwise would remain unavailable to an English-language audience. . . . this work demonstrates acute insights that illuminate the so-called `normal' world.American Journal of Art Therapy
These writings evince Foucault at his most lucid. Kritzman's introduction is most helpful.Religious Studies Review