‘Confession, Flesh, Power and Truth’ – my review of the most recently translated Foucault lecture courses

confessionMy review of Foucault’s lecture courses Du gouvernement du vivants/On the Government of the Living and Mal faire, dire vrai/Wrong-Doing, Truth-Telling is now available, open access, at Berfrois.

It’s entitled ‘Confession, Flesh, Power and Truth‘ and it tries to situate these courses in relation to various longer-term projects of Foucault’s. I also say a little about Subjectivité et vérité and the overall project of publishing Foucault’s lectures.

All will be discussed in much more detail in Foucault’s Last Decade.

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7 Responses to ‘Confession, Flesh, Power and Truth’ – my review of the most recently translated Foucault lecture courses

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  3. Clare O'Farrell says:

    Reblogged this on Foucault News.

  4. kurt borg says:

    Hi,
    is the reference to a separate study “Pouvoir de la vérité” found in the original French and removed in the English translation?
    thanks

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