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Between Deleuze and Foucault: Editors’ Intro and Dosse’s chapter

Available here via Thomas Nail’s Academia.edu page. Advertisements

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Between Deleuze and Foucault

From Nicolae Morar’s academia.edu page: Table of Contents: Introduction – Nicolae Morar, Thomas Nail, and Daniel Smith Part I Encounters 1. Deleuze and Foucault: A Philosophical Friendship – François Dosse 2. Theatrum Philosophicum – Michel Foucault 3. Michel Foucault’s Main … Continue reading

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Foucault’s Collège de France Lectures @ Columbia

An updated website is now live with videos from the first 8 panels, as well as the links to the upcoming livestreams.

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Highlights from the Foucault/Deleuze Political Philosophy conference 1/2

The conference at Purdue was a fantastic experience. It was my first time to be at one without at least a handful of concurrent sessions, so you could both see exactly how the papers related to one another and get … Continue reading

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The Political Philosophy of Michel Foucault and Gilles Deleuze conference — final schedule

The final schedule for the conference at Purdue this weekend has been posted. Not only am I going, but I’ve found myself moderating a panel on which Marcelo Hoffman and Marco Altamirano will be presenting. Of particular interest is the … Continue reading

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Draft Translation of Fourquet and Murard’s “La Ville-Ordinateur”

As I mentioned last week, this is the essay that kicked off Recherches 13 (1973) and is the context for the two conversations involving Deleuze, Guattari, Foucualt, and Fourquet that are published as texts 129 and 130 in Foucault’s Dits … Continue reading

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Clarification on “Equipments of Power” and François Fourquet’s publication list

Although the two excerpts of discussions between Deleuze, Guattari, Foucault, and Fourquet on “Equipments of Power” and the city have been translated in Foucault Live (Semiotext(e) 1996) there still seems to be some misunderstanding[1]. First, as Stuart Elden has noted, … Continue reading

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