i Dalam bukunya Ampy kali (Diskursus Seksualitas Michel Foucault, , 15) dituiskan “ saat enempuh pendidikan di ENS, kecerdasan Foucault cukup. Michel Foucault is a major source for the idea in critical accounting and . Pemikiran Foucault setelah arkeologi pengetahuan adalah genealogi yang ditan – dai. Arkeologi pengetahuan /. Main Author: Foucault, Michel, Other Authors: Zoerni,. Published: Yogyakarta: Penerbit Qalam, Subjects.
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Language referring to a concept changes over time. Summer, Entry into the Ecole normale superieure, Paris. Interesting, but too in-depth unless you really want to get at the philosophical underpinnings of his Archaeological method.
Quotes from Arkeologi Pengeta From Foucault, Death and the Labyrinth: Lists with This Book. Honestly psngetahuan sure I quite understand what I just read. Charles Hawkins rated it liked it Apr 29, Sharfaraz rated it liked it Jun 27, The Discourse was much better than Archaeology, which was a real slog.
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This page has been accessedtimes. No trivia or quizzes yet. Foucault also rejected the poststructuralist and postmodernist labels later attributed arkwologi him, preferring to classify his thought as a critical history of modernity rooted in Immanuel Kant.
Pretty boring but fascinating. It is more archaeology.
His writings on power, knowledge, and discourse have been widely influential in academic circles. Ultimately, the point is that in excavating history we should seek I think it’s helpful to think of this book, which I admit I struggled through, as something of pejgetahuan introduction to the methodology that would later result in relative page-turners like Discipline and Punish and the three volumes of The History of Sexuality.
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Pablo rated it liked it Oct 19, I suppose that in its time, this was cutting edge.
This book is also extremely influential for cultural criticism, as it highlights an approach to discourse, citing what discourse is and how discourse is to be understood as its own field. It’s not difficult to read, penggetahuan, but when he finally gets to his argument about the ways language is structured through complicated discursive practices of arrangement and power I was grateful in a, “I’ve gotten to the fireworks factory,” sort of way. Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in.
That being said, this work reveals My three stars has nothing to do with Foucault’s brilliant deconstruction of language, but rather the achievement of maximum verbosity. Discourse is the name of the game, so you’ll read a lot about what he calls “discursive formations.
That being said, this work reveals how our categories and unities in various disciplines are social constructs and not self-evident realties. Though often cited as a post-structuralist and postmodernist, Foucault ultimately rejected these labels, preferring to classify his thought as a critical muchel of modernity.
I think it’s helpful to think of this book, which I admit I struggled through, as something of the introduction to the muchel that arkelogi later result in relative page-turners like Discipline and Punish and the three volumes of The History of Sexuality. Foucault is best known for his critical studies of social institutions, most notably psychiatry, medicine, the human sciences and the prison system, as well as for his work on the history of human sexuality.
Are you going to declare yet again that you have never been what you have been reproached with being? And that is kind of annoying.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Knowledge that formulates itself and in that formulation shapes itself and its object of study. Selamat mengembara bersama pemuka post-modernisme ini. Now it feels like staring at shadows. In a late interview he definitively stated: For now, I enjoyed reading the conclusion and bits throughout the construction of his argument – so, a positive rating.
For books containing interviews along with essays see selected works. Not Foucault’s best work, though it is insightful when thinking about his other works.
Several friends have recommended “Discipline and Punish” as a more gentle intro to Foucault, so I’ll try that.