Foucault and Neoliberalism AUFS Event – four commentaries

The interview with Daniel Zamora at Jacobin, about his edited book Critiquer Foucault: Les années 1980 et la tentation néolibéralehas led to a number of commentaries.

‘An und für sich’ is hosting four pieces on this:

– Verena Erlenbusch – Neoliberalism and the Genealogy of Biopolitics

– Gordon Hull – Why Foucault is still useful on Neoliberalism

– Johanna Oksala – Never Mind Foucault: What Are the Right Questions for Us?

– Thomas Nail – Michel Foucault, Accelerationist

[update: there is now a reply, in French and English, by Zamora]

In addition, there is also a lively discussion following from the post I made in response to the Jacobin interview – much of it not to do with me, but dialogue between commentators. Other pieces are linked at Foucault News.

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4 Responses to Foucault and Neoliberalism AUFS Event – four commentaries

  1. Peter Gratton says:

    Reblogged this on PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF ERROR and commented:
    Stuart Elden has the set of links to the AUFS Foucault event.

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