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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
1

Der junge Foucault und die Psychopathologie : Psychiatrie und Psychologie im frühen Werk von Michel Foucault /

Novella, Enric J., January 2008 (has links)
Freie Univ., Magisterarbeit--Berlin.
2

Enlightenment contra humanism : Michael Foucault's critical history of thought /

Dalgliesh, Bregham Unknown Date (has links)
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Edinburgh, 2002.
3

Aufforderung zum Spiel : Foucault und das Recht /

Schauer, Christian. January 1900 (has links)
Diss.--Juristische Fakutät--Universität Luzern. / Bibliogr. p. 359-379.
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Dall’assenza d’opera all’estetica del discorso : foucault interprete di Nietzsche / De l’absence d’oeuvre à l’esthétique de l’existence : foucault interprète de Nietzsche / From the absence of the work to the aesthetics of the existence : foucault interpreter of Nietzsche

Righetti, Stefano 15 June 2010 (has links)
Le projet de recherche que j'ai réalisé avec ma thèse, entre les universités de Pisa et de Créteil, a eu pour objectif d'analyser les lectures particulières de l'œuvre de Nietzsche que l'on peut retrouver dans la pensée de Foucault et qui influencent les différentes périodes de son travail. Les aspects de Nietzsche que Foucault assume comme fond conceptuel dans ses propres œuvres et qui influencent sa méthode critique ne sont pas univoques, mais montrent au contraire des différences spécifiques correspondant aux différentes périodes de son travail.Pour mieux comprendre la lecture que Foucault fait de Nietzsche le travail se développe autour de l'analyse des aspects conceptuels qui viennent (selon Foucault lui-même ou par des vérifications thématiques évidentes) de la pensée de Nietzsche, confrontant la position de Foucault avec celles des autres auteurs qui se sont rapportés à Nietzsche et qui ont été significatifs pour Foucault même (allant de Blanchot à Bataille, Klossowski et Deleuze).Enfin il a été possible de montrer, dans ma recherche, qu'il existe un Nietzsche qui a influencé l'Histoire de la folie, un Nietzsche tragique et dionysiaque qui refuse la pensée du ratio moderne, la subjectivité métaphysique du cogito et qui permet à Foucault de donner à l'expérience de la folie une valeur positive et de comprendre, en même temps, les expériences du langage de la littérature contemporaine. En outre, qu'il existe un Nietzsche de la généalogie, qui a permis à Foucault d'approfondir le rapport entre le langage, le ratio et la subjectivité, à travers le concept d'épistème. Et qu'il existe, finalement, un Nietzsche qui donne de la valeur à la sagesse grecque dans la direction de l'esprit libre, et d'un sujet conscient de sa propre finitude, qui peut s'assumer le risque de créer soi-même les valeurs de sa propre existence. Ces “différents” Nietzsche parcourent la pensée de Foucault et – comme je l'ai souligné avec ma thèse – en représentent les étapes théoriques. / The project of the research I realized in my thesis, with the universities of Pisa and Créteil, has the aim of analizing the particular readings of Nietzsche's work we find in Foucault's thought and that influence different periods of his work. Nietzsche's aspects that Foucault assumes as conceptual background of his works and that influence his critic method are not univocal, but on the contrary show specific differences which correspond to different periods of his work.To better understand the reading that Foucault makes of Nietzsche, this work developes the analysis of the conceptual aspects that proceed (for admission of the same Foucault or by evident thematic examinations) from the thought of Nietzsche and compares the position of Foucault with those of other authors, who were related to Nietzsche and who were important for Foucault (from Blanchot, to Bataille, to Klossowski, to Deleuze).In my research it was possible to show the existence of three Nietzsches. A Nietzsche who influenced the History of madness, a tragic and dionysiac Nietzsche who refuses the thought of the modern ratio, the metaphisic subjectivity of the cogito and who permits Foucault to give the experience of madness a positive value and to understand, at the same time, the experience of the contemporary literature language. A Nietzsche of the généalogie, that allowed Foucault to deepen the relation among language, ratio and subjectivity, through the concept of epistème. Finally, a Nietzsche who gives value to Greek wisdom in the direction of the free spirit and a subject who is aware of his own finitude, and who can assume, for that reason, the risk of creating the values of his own existence. These “different” Nietzsches run through the thought of Foucault and – as I underlined in my thesis – they do represent its theoric stages.
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Aufforderung zum Spiel : Foucault und das Recht /

Schauer, Christian. January 2006 (has links) (PDF)
Univ., Diss.--Luzern, 2005. / Literaturverz. S. [359] - 379.
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Constituting Governable Subjects: Foucault and Governmentality’s Account of ‘Governing through Freedom’ and the Case of the Indigenous Populations of Canada

Budreau, Marley N. 29 April 2011 (has links)
In 1978, Michel Foucault introduced his genealogy of the modern state, or alternatively, what he termed governmentality in which politics is understood as the product of rationalities which make up rule. Foucault’s problematic was to uncover the rationalities of bio-power or bio-politics which is situated within liberal rule. For Foucault, liberalism is to be viewed as a philosophy of rule that concerned itself with the rationality that the state may be governing too heavily and which increasingly divested itself of its regulatory capacities and consequently sought to guide the conduct of the population through often indirect and distanced means. Subsequently, others have built upon Foucault’s work on liberalism and have concluded that the phrase governing through freedom adequately characterizes liberal philosophies of rule. However, numerous critiques have been raised concerning the contention that liberalism brought with it a substantiated increase in freedom. It is this critique that the current research wishes to expand upon by using the case of the Aboriginal peoples throughout Canada between the eighteenth and nineteenth century to display that the concept of governing through freedom is far too restricted and that the governmentality literature often presents an incomplete account of classical liberalism. / Thesis (Master, Sociology) -- Queen's University, 2011-04-28 15:32:18.11
7

Philanthropic discourse, discipline, and the problem of population

Cooper, Christopher James January 1995 (has links)
No description available.
8

Michel Foucaults Entwurf einer anti-idealistischen Geschichtsschreibung /

Marti, Urs. January 1982 (has links)
Inaug.-Diss. Univ. Bern.
9

Denken als Ethos und Methode : Foucault lesen /

Dauk, Elke. January 1900 (has links)
Diss.--Philosophie--Berlin--Freie Universität Berlin, 1987.
10

Subjekt, Freiheit, Widerstand : die Stellung des Subjekts im Denken Foucaults /

Daiber, Dirk. January 1999 (has links)
Diss.--Universität Leipzig, 1999. / Bibliogr. p. 1-19.

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