Foucault’s Order of Things diagram

This is the diagram from Foucault’s The Order of Things. I couldn’t find it online, and wanted to use it in a talk. I’ve scanned it; cleaned it up a bit; and cut it in half so it is easier to read as two slides. Maybe someone else will find it useful to have. As clunky as the book can be, in the rather-too-convenient epistemic frames for the three registers examined, there are some remarkable analyses in there. The reading of Cuvier is, for my current purposes, extremely helpful.

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