Society Must Be Defended: Lectures at the Collège De France, 1975-76

Picador (2003)

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An examination of the relation between war and politics, by one of the twentieth century’s most influential thinkers From 1971 until 1984 at the College de France, Michel Foucault gave a series of lectures ranging freely and conversationally over the range of his research. In Society Must Be Defended , Foucault deals with the emergence in the early seventeenth century of a new understanding of war as the permanent basis of all institutions of power, a hidden presence within society that could be deciphered by an historical analysis. Tracing this development, Foucault outlines the genealogy of power and knowledge that had become his dominant concern
Keywords War (Philosophy  Power (Philosophy  Political science Philosophy
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Call number B2430.F723.F3813 2003b
ISBN(s) 0312203187   0312422660   0140270868   9780140270860   0241435161   9780312422660
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