Ethics: Subjectivity and Truth, Volume 1

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Penguin, 2000 - Aesthetics - 334 pages
This is the first of three volumes collecting the most significant writings and interviews of Michel Foucault outside his published monographs. Ethics contains Foucault's summaries of the highly influential courses he taught at the College de France from 1970 to 1982 (hitherto never translated into English), as well as engaging and unusually candid interviews and Foucault's key writings on ethics.
'A fabulous journey through thirty years of political and intellectual ferment that shows that Foucault's work is as alive and contemporary as ever.'
Didier Eribon

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Ethics: Subjectivity and Truth (Essential Works of Michel Foucault)

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These essays--the first of three volumes of Foucault's short works, interviews, and fragments--open with 11 previously unpublished outlines for lectures at the College de France from 1970 until near ... Read full review

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Michel Foucault (1926-1984) was one of the most provocative and compelling thinkers of the twentieth century. Books by Foucault in Penguin include The History of Sexuality (3 vols) and Discipline and Punish. Paul Rabinow is professor of anthropology at the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of The Foucault Reader, published by Penguin.