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" The critical ontology of ourselves has to be considered not, certainly, as a theory, a doctrine, nor even as a permanent body of knowledge that is accumulating; it has to be conceived as an attitude, an ethos, a philosophical life in which the critique... "
Understanding Deaf Culture: In Search of Deafhood - Page iii
by Paddy Ladd - 2003 - 502 pages
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Interpretive Social Science: A Second Look

Paul Rabinow, William M. Sullivan - Social Science - 1987 - 395 pages
...a doctrine, nor even as a permanent body of knowledge that is accumulating; it has to be conceived as an attitude, an ethos, a philosophical life in...the limits that are imposed on us and an experiment with the possibility of going beyond them. This philosophical attitude has to be translated into the...
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Idioms of Inquiry: Critique and Renewal in Political Science

Terence Ball, Professor of Political Science Terence Ball - Political Science - 1987 - 255 pages
...Enlightenment (one with which he does identify), that is, the critical onotology of the self which he describes as "an attitude, an ethos, a philosophical life in...historical analysis of the limits that are imposed on us as an experiment with the possibility of going beyond them" (Foucault 1984, 50). I do not want to argue...
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The Mantle of Maturity: A History of Ideas About Character Development

Christie W. Kiefer - Psychology - 1988 - 243 pages
...a doctrine, nor even as a permanent body of knowledge that is accumulating; it has to be conceived as an attitude, an ethos, a philosophical life in...the limits that are imposed on us and an experiment with the possibility of going beyond them. (Foucault, 1984:50) But academic psychology has had difficulties...
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New Essays on The Rise of Silas Lapham

Donald E. Pease, Emory Elliot - Literary Criticism - 1991 - 132 pages
...elaboration of the self" in the "different place" of art. Modernity, for Foucault, is thus primarily "an attitude, an ethos, a philosophical life in which...the limits that are imposed on us and an experiment with the possibility of going beyond them."14 In terms of my argument, then, The Rise of Silas Lapham...
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Getting Smart: Feminist Research and Pedagogy With/in the Postmodern

Patti Lather, Patricia Ann Lather - Education - 1991 - 212 pages
...necessary, the obligatory with the singular, the contingent, and the strategic, Foucault argues for "an attitude, an ethos, a philosophical life in which...the limits that are imposed on us and an experiment with the possibility of going beyond them" (p. 50). "[T]his work done at the limits of ourselves" (p....
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Radical Parody: American Culture and Critical Agency After Foucault

Daniel T. O'Hara - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 311 pages
...elaboration of the self" in the "different place" of art. Modernity, for Foucault, is thus primarily "an attitude, an ethos, a philosophical life in which...the limits that are imposed on us and an experiment with the possibility of going beyond them" (42, 50). In terms of my argument, then, The Rise of Silas...
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De-Colonizing the Subject: The Politics of Gender in Women's Autobiography

Sidonie Smith, Julia Watson - Autobiography - 1992 - 484 pages
...what is peculiar to her, Kingston thinks the limits of her subjectivity. As Foucault has observed, "The critique of what we are is at one and the same...the limits that are imposed on us and an experiment with the possibility of going beyond them."40 As The Woman Warrior demonstrates, ideographic self-stylization...
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Philosophical Interventions in the Unfinished Project of Enlightenment

Axel Honneth - Philosophy - 1992 - 351 pages
...body of knowledge that is accumulating; it has to be conceived as an attitude, an ethos, a philosophic life in which the critique of what we are is at one...the same time the historical analysis of the limits Foucault: Critique as a Philosophical Ethos that are imposed on us and an expeirment with the possibility...
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The New Constellation: The Ethical-political Horizons of Modernity/postmodernity

Richard J. Bernstein - Philosophy - 1992 - 358 pages
...Enlightenment?" that Aujklarung is an Ausgang, an exit, or way out, and with Foucault's claim that the critique of what we are is at one and the same time the historical analysis of the limits imposed on us and an experiment with the possibility of going beyond them. But skeptical freedom, as...
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The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness

Paul Gilroy - African Americans - 1993 - 261 pages
...a doctrine, nor even as a permanent body of knowledge that is accumulating; it has to be conceived as an attitude, an ethos, a philosophical life in...the limits that are imposed on us and an experiment with the possibility of going beyond them?' 42 Having recognised the cultural force of the term “modernity”...
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