Foucault: Historian or Philosopher? (2016)

This is very good news – Clare O’Farrell’s classic early study of Foucault is to be republished as an ebook.

Foucault News

Editor: I am delighted to announce that my long out of print 1989 book (originally published with Macmillan) is soon to be republished as an ebook.

Springer is also offering a special offer of 50% off all its Social Sciences, Philosophy, Education & Language ebooks until 17 October 2016,

fhpClare O’Farrell, Foucault: Historian or Philosopher? ebook, Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming

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The controversial French thinker, Michel Foucault, was famous not only for the variety of his interests but also for his frequent changes of position. Clare O’Farrell, in a lively and lucid account argues that for all this diversity his work was held together by a coherent theme, namely the idea that philosophy should be practised as an historical inquiry into the limits of ordered experience. At the same time, Foucault’s work is situated in its intellectual and social context in France and striking differences between its French- and…

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