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(P/B) SOCIETY MUST BE DEFENDED // LECTURES AT THE COLLEGE DE

(P/B) Society Must Be Defended

Lectures at the College de France, 1975-76

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FOUCAULT MICHEL
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 3452-2752
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Παρουσίαση

Society Must Be Defended is Michel Foucault's devastating critique of the systems of power and control inherent in civilization. Taken from a series of lectures given by Foucault at the College de France in 1975-76, it reveals how war is the foundation of all power relations, and politics ultimately a continuation of battlefield violence. He offers a politically charged re-reading of history, with examples ranging from the Trojan myth to Nazi Germany, to show a continual, 'silent war' between the powerful and the powerless. (From the publisher)

Περιεχόμενα

Foreword: Frangois Ewald and Alessandro Fontana
Introduction: Arnold I. Davidson
ONE. 7 JANUARY 1976
What is a lecture? - Subjugated knowledges. - Historical knowledge of struggles, genealogies, and scientific discourse. - Power, or what is at stake in genealogies. - Juridical and economic conceptions of power. - Power as repression and power as war. - Clausewitz's aphorism inverted.
TWO. 14 JANUARY 1976
War and power. - Philosophy and the limits of power. - Law and royal power. - Law, domination, and subjugation. - Analytics of power: questions of method. - Theory of sovereignty. - Disciplinary power. - Rule and norm.
THREE. 21 JANUARY 1976
Theory of sovereignty and operators of domination. - War as analyzer of power relations. - The binary structure of society. - Historico-political discourse, the discourse of perpetual war. - The dialectic and its codifications. - The discourse of race struggle and its transcriptions.
FOUR. 28 JANUARY 1976
Historical discourse and its supporters. - The counterhistory of race struggle. - Roman history and biblical history. - Revolutionary discourse. - Birth and transformations of racism. - Race purity and State racism: the Nazi transformation and the Soviet transformation.
FIVE. 4 FEBRUARY 1976
Answer to a question on anti-Semitism. - Hobbes on war and sovereignty. - The discourse on the Conquest in England: royalists, parliamentarians, and Levellers. - The binary schema and political historicism. - What Hobbes wanted to eliminate.
SIX. 11 FEBRUARY 1976
Stories about origins. - The Trojan myth. - France's heredity. - "Franco-Gallia." - Invasion, history, and public right. - National dualism. - The knowledge of the prince. - Boulainvilliers's "Etat de la France". - The clerk, the intendant, and the knowledge of the aristocracy. - A new subject of history. - History and constitution.
SEVEN. 18 FEBRUARY 1976
Nation and nations. - The Roman conquest. - Grandeur and decadence of the Romans. - Boulainvilliers on the freedom of the Germans. - The Soissons vase. - Origins of feudalism. - Church, right, and the language of State. - Boulainvilliers: three generalisations about war: law of history and law of nature, the institutions of war, the calculation of forces. - Remarks on war.
EIGHT. 25 FEBRUARY 1976
Boulainvilliers and the constitution of a historico-political continuum. - Historicism. - Tragedy and public right. - The central administration of history. - The problematic of the Enlightenment and the genealogy of knowledges. - The four operations of disciplinary knowledge and their effects. - Philosophy and science. - Disciplining knowledges.
NINE. 3 MARCH 1976
Tactical generalisation of historical knowledge. - Constitution, Revolution, and cyclical history. - The savage and the barbarian. - Three ways of filtering barbarism: tactics of historical discourse. - Questions of method: the epistemological field and the antihistoricism of the bourgeoisie. - Reactivation of historical discourse during the Revolution. - Feudalism and the gothic novel.
TEN. 10 MARCH 1976
The political reworking of the idea of the nation during the Revolution: Sieyes. - Theoretical implications and effects on historical discourse. - The new history's grids of intelligibility: domination and totalisation. - Montlosier and Augustin Thierry. - Birth of the dialectic.
ELEVEN. 17 MARCH 1976
From the power of sovereignty to power over life. - Make live and let die. - From man as body to man as species: the birth of biopower. - Biopower's fields of application. - Population. - Of death, and of the death of Franco in particular. - Articulations of discipline and regulation: workers' housing, sexuality, and the norm. - Biopower and racism. - Racism: functions and domains. - Nazism. - Socialism.
Course Summary
Situating the Lectures: Alessandro Fontana and Mauro Bertani
Index
Λεπτομέρειες
ISBN139780241435168
ΕκδότηςPENGUIN
ΣειράPENGUIN MODERN CLASSICS
Χρονολογία ΈκδοσηςΑύγουστος 2020
Αριθμός σελίδων336
Διαστάσεις19x12
ΜετάφρασηMACEY DAVID
Συγγραφέας/Δημιουργός (Ελληνικά)ΦΟΥΚΟ ΜΙΣΕΛ
Κωδικός Πολιτείας3452-2752
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