Michel Foucault and the Games of Truth
Graduate studies at Western
St. Martin's Press (1998)
|Abstract||This book emphasizes the affinity between Foucault's and Nietzsche's thought. Both philosophers tried to give clarity to modernity's arbitrary nature. Following on from Foucault's diagnostic enquiries into a "History of Sexuality" and Nietzsche's appreciation of ancient culture, Nilson's study shows a practical consequence: the self-stylization of the individual. This esthetical attitude replaces a belief in metaphysical and even scientific meaning, thus leading to a philosophy of life.|
|Keywords||Sex customs History Ethics, Ancient Life|
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|Call number||B2430.F724.N55 1998|
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