Foucault and the Writing of History
Goldstein, Jan (Ed.)

Place Published: Oxford & Cambridge
Publisher: Blackwell
Date Published: 1994

Description: 310pp. Notes, Index. Michel Foucault is perhaps and certainly among the most perplexing and certainly among the most influential of twentieth century thinkers Although trained in philosophy, he situated his writings almost entirely in the domain of history--fields he sought to combine and, in every sense, to "dediscipline". Yet Foucault's readers have consistenly singled out his philosophy for intensive discussion. This volume is the first to address his influence on, and the potential of his work for, the understanding and the writing of history.

Edition: First printing
Binding: Wraps
Condition: Near Fine in Wraps

Book Id: 19701

Price: $25.00

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