“Foucault insults the police”, photo from 1972

Foucault insults the police, 1971

deleuze-sartre-foucault“Foucault insults the police”, photograph by Elie Kagan from 17 January 1972, in Michel Foucault – Une journée particulière. It seems this photo was taken only moments after a much more famous one with Foucault, Deleuze and Sartre – such as appears here.

The book has many more images, and bilingual English-French text.

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