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Foucault, The End of a Decade

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 December 2018

Daniel Zamora Vargas
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2 Foucault, Michel, Théories et institutions pénales, Cours au Collège de France. 1971–1972 (Paris: éditions de l’EHESS, 2015)Google Scholar.

3 With the notable exception of the forthcoming publication of Le discours philosophique that assembles his lectures at Tunis between 1966 and 1967. Beyond that, new important material might emerge from the 117 boxes filled with 37,000 pages of archives recently sold by Daniel Defert to the Bibliothèque Nationale de France which have not been entirely made public yet.

4 Apart from his lectures at the Collège de France, important publications include especially the 1980 Darmouth College lectures: Foucault, Michel, L’origine de l’herméneutique de soi (Paris: Vrin, 2013)Google Scholar; the 1981 Louvain lectures: Foucault, Michel, Wrong-Doing, Truth-Telling. The Function of Avowal in Justice (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014)CrossRefGoogle Scholar; the 1982 Toronto lectures: Foucault, Michel, Dire vrai sur soi-même (Paris: Vrin, 2017)Google Scholar; the 1983 Berkeley lectures recently published by Vrin: Foucault, Michel, Discours et Vérité (Paris: Vrin, 2016)Google Scholar.

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33 Ibid.

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37 Ibid.

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39 Arnold I. Davidson, ‘La fin de l’Herméneutique de soi’, 68.

40 Cremonesi et al. Foucault and the making of subjects, 8.

41 Ibid., 73.

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59 Ibid., 58.

60 Ibid., 92.

61 Ibid., 96.

62 Ibid., 91.

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