Foucault Studies, Number 27, December 2019 – now out, open access

Foucault Studies, Number 27, December 2019 – now out, open access (via Foucault News)

The editors of Foucault Studies are pleased to publish this issue of Foucault Studies containing seven original articles and three book reviews. Among the themes highlighted in the seven original articles are: norms, normalization, normativity, law and rule; genealogy and the diagnosis of the present; regimes of truth and truth-telling; ethics, ethical invention and transformation; the Panopticon and surveillance; as well as the relationship between Foucault and Deleuze, and Sartre and Foucault.

Sverre Raffnsøe et al.

What’s In a Norm? Foucault’s Conceptualisation and Genealogy of the Norm
Mark Kelly

Foucault, Normativity, and Freedom: A Reappraisal
Giovanni Mascaretti

Re-thinking Thought: Foucault, Deleuze, and the Possibility of Thinking
Wendyl Luna

Foucault as an Ethical Philosopher: The Genealogical Discussion of Antiquity and the Present
Dimitrios Lais

Ethical Invention in Sartre and Foucault: Courage, Freedom, Transformation
Kimberly Engels

Sirens in the Panopticon: Intersections Between Ainslean Picoeconomics and Foucault`s Discipline Theory
Yevhenii Osiievskyi, Maksym Yakovlyev

The Paradoxes in the Use of the Panopticon as a Theoretical Reference in Urban Video-surveillance Studies: A Case Study of a CCTV System of a Brazilian city
Iafet Leonardi Bricalli

Book Reviews
Colin Koopman: “How We Became Our Data: A Genealogy of the Informational Person”
Leonard D’Cruz

Tom Boland: “The Spectacle of Critique: from Philosophy to Cacophony”
Stephanie Martens

Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova: “Posthuman Glossary”
Asker Bryld Staunæs, Mads Rosendahl Thomsen

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