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    The Education of Philosophy.Samuel Talcott - 2017 - Philosophy Today 61 (3):503-521.
    This paper questions the widespread assumption that education can and should mold students to socially desirable ends. It proceeds by sketching an important part of the intellectual history informing Foucault’s genealogy of this assumption’s emergence in a disciplinary society. This history involves Georges Canguilhem, Foucault’s elective master. And in the relation between the writings of master and student, we find a different exemplification of education, namely, as a thoroughly dialogical and philosophical activity undertaken for the sake of freedom. Examining this (...)
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    Georges Canguilhem and the Philosophical Problem of Error.Samuel Talcott - 2013 - Dialogue 52 (4):649-672.
    There is still a question about what it means to say that Georges Canguilhem was a philosopher of error. This paper, unlike other work on the topic, investigates archival sources and early texts, up to and including the publication of theEssay on Some Problems Concerning the Normal and the Pathologicalin 1943, in order to reveal Canguilhem’s early thoughts on error and to formulate the basic philosophical problem therein, as he understood it. This work reveals a partial transformation of his thinking (...)
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    Antonella Cutro, Technique Et Vie: Biopolitique Et Philosophie du Bios Dans la Pensée de Michel Foucault , ISBN: 978-2-296-54085-9. [REVIEW]Samuel Talcott - 2016 - Foucault Studies 21:267-271.
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    Living Currency.Samuel Talcott - 2018 - Comparative and Continental Philosophy 10 (3):276-285.
    ABSTRACTThis review of the long-awaited English translation and edition of Pierre Klossowski’s Living Currency starts with a comparison of its historical context and our own in order to consider why this book remains important today. I support this comparison by examining its account of the “moral power” of industrial society to elicit the participation of the very people it exploits in their own exploitation. In short, Klossowski understands that this regime is based upon an affective arrangement that makes us, even (...)
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    The Education of Philosophy in Advance.Samuel Talcott - forthcoming - Philosophy Today.
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