Foucault in Hamburg – article in German by Rainer Nicolaysen (open access)

297Not much is known about Foucault’s time in Hamburg in 1959-60, except that he was working on his translation of Kant’s Anthropology at this time. The preface to History of Madness was also written there. A new piece in German by Rainer Nicolaysen looks at this period in detail, via Foucault Blog

Foucault in Hamburg: Anmerkungen zum einjährigen Aufenthalt 1959/60

 

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One Response to Foucault in Hamburg – article in German by Rainer Nicolaysen (open access)

  1. Clare O'Farrell says:

    Reblogged this on Foucault News.

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