Cesaroni, Pierpaolo (2008) Michel Foucault: archeologia, governamentalitĂ , governo di sĂš. [Ph.D. thesis]
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The topic of the present thesis is the conception of thinking in Michel Foucault, in both its theoretical and practical dimension, from the archaeological works of the Sixties to the ethical problems of the last years. The text is organized in two parts. The first part (chapp. I-II) investigates the connections between thinking, philosophy and history in the archaeological works. Starting from Madness and Civilization and from a comparison with Bataille and Derrida, it is possible to identify the difference as a central concept (chap. I). In the following, the chap. II clarifies the theoretical structure of the archaeology on the basis of Order of Things and Raymond Roussel (concepts of visibility and repetition). The chap. III discusses the transition from archaeology to genealogy and it introduces to the second part about the political problem. The chap. IV is focused on the analytics of power develpoed by Foucault in the mid-Seventies (dispositifs, resistance). On this basis we get to the later foucauldian research (chap. V). This last chapter deals with two intimately connected questions developed in the lectures Security, Territory, Population and Birth of the Biopolitical and from the book The Use of Pleasure: the connection government - governmentality (with particular care to the theme of the liberal government) and its relationship with the ethical problematization.
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