Category Archives: Georges Canguilhem

Georges Canguilhem, Œuvres complètes Tome II: Écrits de médecine et de philosophie – Vrin, October 2021

Georges Canguilhem, Œuvres complètes Tome II: Écrits de médecine et de philosophie – Vrin, October 2021 Good to see the next volume of this series listed – though previous volumes were often delayed, so the date is probably provisional. Ce … Continue reading

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Jean Cavaillès, The Second Davos University Conference with the Heidegger-Cassirer debate – new translation, and podcast

Jean Cavaillès, The Second Davos University Conference – new translation at Urbanomic. This is the event where Martin Heidegger and Ernst Cassirer had their debate. The translation is to mark the new translation of Jean Cavaillès, On Logic and the … Continue reading

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Jean Cavaillès, On Logic and the Theory of Science – Urbanomic, 2021

Jean Cavaillès, On Logic and the Theory of Science – Urbanomic, 2021 (UK sales; US sales) Translated by Knox Pedenand Robin Mackay. Preface by Gaston Bachelard. Introductory notice by Georges Canguilhem and Charles Ehresmann. Introduction by Knox Peden. In this … Continue reading

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Emanuel Clairizio, Robert Poma and Michel Spanò (eds.), Milieu, mi-lieu, milieux – Éditions Mimesis, 2020

Emanuel Clairizio, Robert Poma and Michel Spanò (eds.), Milieu, mi-lieu, milieux – Éditions Mimesis, 2020 Georges Canguilhem af­firmait que la notion de milieu s’était constituée « comme catégorie de la pensée contemporaine ». En effet, depuis que la biologie de … Continue reading

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Samuel Talcott, Georges Canguilhem and the Problem of Error reviewed at NDPR by Paul M. Livingstone

Samuel Talcott, Georges Canguilhem and the Problem of Error – reviewed at NDPR by Paul M. Livingstone.

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The Early Foucault update 30: working at the BnF, Collège de France, Archives Nationales, and Sorbonne

In the last update, I mentioned the work I’d been doing in Paris and Tübingen, and said I’d agreed to write a book on Foucault in the 1960s, again for Polity, with the working title of The Archaeology of Foucault … Continue reading

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‘Georges Canguilhem : les traces du métier’ – special issue of Revue philosophique de la France et de l’étranger 2020/1

Georges Canguilhem : les traces du métier – special issue of Revue philosophique de la France et de l’étranger 2020/1. Includes pieces by Giuseppe Bianco, Jean-François Braunstein, Xavier Roth, Gisèle Sapiro and others. Articles are in French, and requires subscription. … Continue reading

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Books received – Dumézil, Sartre, Canguilhem, Baxstrom and Meyers

Two books by Dumézil, one by Sartre, the latest volume of the Canguilhem Oeuvres, and Richard Baxstrom and Todd Meyers, Realizing the Witch: Science, Cinema, and the Mastery of the Invisible.

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Georges Canguilhem, Œuvres complètes Tome III – Vrin, November 2019

Georges Canguilhem, Œuvres complètes Tome III: Écrits d’histoire des sciences et d’épistémologie – Vrin, November 2019 This looks interesting, especially the variant texts alongside the published works, though given previous experience with these volumes, I’ll take the November date a little skeptically… … Continue reading

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Ian James, The Technique of Thought: Nancy, Laruelle, Malabou, and Stiegler after Naturalism, University of Minnesota Press, 2019 – reviewed at NDPR by Samuel Talcott

Ian James, The Technique of Thought: Nancy, Laruelle, Malabou, and Stiegler after Naturalism, University of Minnesota Press, 2019 – reviewed at NDPR by Samuel Talcott Here’s the publisher description: The Technique of Thought explores the relationship between philosophy and science … Continue reading

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