Pierre Macherey’s “Foucault avec Deleuze: le retour éternel du vrai” (1987) in English?

I just came across this essay on Macherey’s site and am thinking about trying to translate it into English. I haven’t been able to find one but wanted to check and see if it has perhaps been translated under another title somewhere that I missed.

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8 Responses to Pierre Macherey’s “Foucault avec Deleuze: le retour éternel du vrai” (1987) in English?

  1. stuartelden says:

    Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:
    I don’t know the answer to this – if you do, please comment on My Desiring Machines, not here.

  2. stuartelden says:

    I asked Susan Ruddick, who said “As far as I know it hasn’t been translated into English, but I will double check with Ted and Warren.”

    • Keith Harris says:

      Great, thanks for getting in touch with her, and please let me know if she uncovers it. I’m going to get started on it shortly in any case.

    • Ted Stolze says:

      It hasn’t been translated into English as far as I’m aware. But I’ll wait until Warren responds to Sue. Certainly a translation would be appreciated by many people–so best wishes on this project.

      • Keith Harris says:

        Thanks for the comment, Ted. And speaking of appreciation: I just shared your translation of Macherey’s essay on Foucault/ethics/subjectivity with a student last quarter.

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