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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.
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Aufforderung zum Spiel : Foucault und das Recht

Schauer, Christian. Unknown Date (has links)
Diss.--Juristische Fakutät--Universität Luzern. Bibliogr. p. 359-379.
2

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

Dalgliesh, Bregham Unknown Date (has links)
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Edinburgh, 2002.
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Agonistic thinking in problem-solving : the case of the Soft Systems Methodology

Tsouvalis, Constantinos Nikolaos 1994 (has links)
No description available.
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A concepção do Poder em Foucault: do poder de soberania ao biopoder

Silva, Ilso Stopassola da 2006 (has links)
SILVA, Ilso Stopassola da. A concepção do Poder em Foucault: do poder de soberania ao biopoder. 2006. 101f. – Dissertação (Mestrado) – Universidade Federal do Ceará, Programa de Pós-graduação em Filosofia, Fortaleza (CE), 2006. Submitted by Gustavo Daher (gdaherufc@hotmail.com) on 2017-09-25T13:41:31Z No. of bitstreams: 1 2006_dis_issilva.pdf: 676065 bytes, checksum: 116a9d96672efe8aec3851a1e35e743c (MD5) Approved for entry into archive by Márcia Araújo (marcia_m_bezerra@yahoo.com.br) on 2017-09-25T15:04:21Z (GMT) No. of bitstreams: 1 2006_dis_issilva.pdf: 676065 bytes, checksum: 116a9d96672efe8aec3851a1e35e743c (MD5) Made available in DSpace on 2017-09-25T15:04:21Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 2006_dis_issilva.pdf: 676065 bytes, checksum: 116a9d96672efe8aec3851a1e35e743c (MD5) Previous issue date: 2006 Michel Foucault, sem sombra de dúvidas, é um dos mais influentes filósofos políticos das últimas décadas. Influência que, de fato, se faz sentir em praticamente todos os âmbitos acadêmicos, em muitos dos quais se manifesta uma verdadeira “foucaultmania”, um movimento que tem produzido uma quantidade imensa e hete-rogênea de bibliografia pertencente as mais variadas disciplinas. [...]
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O pastorado cristão e o dispositivo pedagógico: elementos para uma arqueogenealogia da educação escolar Christian pastorate and pedagogical device: elements for an archeo-genealogy of school education.

Carlos Rubens de Souza Costa 9 August 2012 (has links)
O presente estudo trata das relações entre o poder pastoral cristão e instituições escolares. Na modernidade, constituiu-se um dispositivo que podemos chamar de pedagógico. Entendemos por dispositivo o conjunto histórico formado por uma forma de poder, um tipo de saber e um modo de fabricar sujeitos. Ele lança mão de tecnologias de poder individualizantes, como o poder disciplinar e o poder confessional; produz e orienta-se por um tipo de saber de caráter antropológico e constitui subjetividades psicológicas. Nesse trabalho, tentaremos mostrar qual o papel do pastorado cristão na constituição desse dispositivo. Ele centrou-se em três momentos históricos distintos: o do aparecimento do mosteiro de São Bento, cuja Regra viria doravante tornar-se modelo para a vida monástica ocidental; o do advento do protestantismo, que produziu uma fratura na cristandade e fez emergir um novo tipo de pastorado; e o do aparecimento da Didática magna, a primeira grande tentativa de sistematizar o saber pedagógico em sua totalidade. O corpus é composto basicamente pela Regra, de São Bento; por textos diversos de Lutero e pela Didática magna, de Comenius. O referencial teórico principal provém dos estudos foucaultianos sobre a governamentalidade e o método empregado é o arqueogenealógico. Sua principal conclusão é a de que o pastorado cristão teve um papel determinante na formação do dispositivo pedagógico escolar, o que pode ser observado principalmente a) no estabelecimento do fim em torno do qual esse dispositivo se organizava; b) na definição dos saberes a serem ensinados e c) nas técnicas de poder mobilizadas. The present study deals with the relationship between pastoral power and schools institutions. He focused on three distinct historical moments: the appearance of the monastery of St. Benedict, whose Rule would now become a model for the Western monastic life, the advent of Protestantism, which produced a fracture in Christianity and gave rise to a new type of pastorate, and the appearance of Didactica magna, the first major attempt to systematize the pedagogical knowledge in its entirety. The corpus is composed primarily by the Rule of St. Benedict, for various texts of Luther and for The Great Didactic of Comenius. The main theoretical framework comes from Foucauldian studies of governmentality and the method employed is the archeogenealogical developed by Foucault. The main conclusion is that Christian pastorate had a decisive role in the formation of the pedagogical device, which can be observed mainly: a) in the establishment of purpose around which this device was organized; b) in the definition of the knowledge to be taught; and c) in the power techniques mobilized.
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O que podem as ideias: práticas educacionais inspiradas no pensamento de Michel Foucault What can ideas: educational practices inspired by the thinking of Michel Foucault

João Felipe Rebelo Goto 22 September 2016 (has links)
Esta pesquisa tem como objetivo cartografar possíveis modos de apropriação do pensamento de Michel Foucault por professores de escolas públicas e particulares das cidades de São Paulo e Campinas. Para tal, foram entrevistados seis professores que cursaram, entre os anos de 2007 e 2011, ao menos uma disciplina da Licenciatura de uma faculdade pública do Estado de São Paulo cuja bibliografia era baseada nas ideias de Foucault. Após as entrevistas, analisou-se de que modo os conceitos e discussões levadas a cabo pelo filósofo inspiraram ideias, discursos e práticas educacionais cujos efeitos podem indicar outros caminhos possíveis para uma educação pós-crítica em tempos pós-modernos. The purpose of this research is to investigate multiple ways of how the thought of Michel Foucault could be appropriated by teachers from public and private schools in the cities of São Paulo and Campinas. For this, it was interviewed six teachers who attended, between the years 2007 and 2011, at least one course of the baccalaureate in a public University of São Paulo State whose literature was based on Foucault\'s ideas. After the interviews, it was analyzed how the concepts and discussions fomented by the philosopher have inspired ideas, discourses and educational practices whose effects may indicate other possible paths to a postcritical education in post-modern times.
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The formation of visual as concept and practice in art education

Barbousas, Joanna, Art History & Art Education, College of Fine Arts, UNSW 2009 (has links)
This research investigates the formation of visual as discursive practice. Discourses that celebrate, denigrate and omit visual are examined with a particular focus on discourses of the child and technology in art education. This thesis applies poststructural methodologies of discourse analysis to disrupt traditional accounts of discipline configurations determined in histories of art education. With a particular focus on Michel Foucault's methods of history, archaeology and genealogy, art education as discipline is mapped through an investigation of visual as concept and practice. This research contends that the emergence of current practices in visual culture, as configured within the constraints of art education amplifies the conditions of visual to define art education as a field. It examines the mobilisation of discourse, verified by discipline formations in art education, and the way in which such formations distribute and categorise knowledge that is sequenced within power structures. Therefore, visual, as a discursive practice is one way through which to trace the conditions of the field, including the structure of discipline as knowledge and subject in art education.
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Resistant spaces in Kristeva and Foucault, and their literary formation in Barnes and Lorde

Ball, Elaine Catherine 1999 (has links)
This thesis examines, in the light of Julia Kristeva's and Michel Foucault's recent theorisations of the productions of meaning, the work of two authors, Djuna Barnes and Audre Lorde, whose writing, it argues, sets up virtual spaces which can become places of resistance to the normative functioning of a given culture. Having sketched a philosophical background to notions of extra-linguistic space through reference to Plato, Kant, Hegel and Lacan, the first chapter considers what is distinctive in the theories of space provided by Kristeva, who (in Revolution in Poetic Language) develops Plato's notion of the chora functioning at times as a synonym for "semiotic articulation". The semiotic (le semiotique) is employed by Kristeva in a very precise way. It represents a convolution of expressions: operating as a drive system within the body that affects the structure of language (understood by her as the symbolic), as a "network of marks" that breaches the established sign systems, and as a revolutionary process that is responsible for the transgression and articulation of new meanings. Because both the semiotic and the symbolic are an inseparable part of the signifying processes of language, they together act as pathways of production. Of all these various processes and relations, the most remarkable one is that these two modalities are genderised: the semiotic chora is "enigmatic and feminine, th[e] space underlying the written"; while the symbolic is a "phallic function". That being so, one of the main features of this thesis is to articulate a feminist argument in relation to Kristeva, expounding on the notion of the spatial concept of the semiotic chora as a "resistance" to phallocentrism. The second chapter sets out to explore Foucault's spatial reasoning. My argument is that space is central to Foucault's concerns. This is demonstrated in several ways. First I suggest that Foucault's interpretation of a social construction of space is such that the subject is connected to its own fashioning processes. Second, by introducing space into his documentation of history, Foucault sets in motion a dispersion of society's master narratives. In respect of this, I argue that a methodology can be formed from Foucault's spatial term "heterotopia", where contingent sites, rather than causes, shape new discourses and open up possibilities of resistance against the techniques and tactics of domination. Because (as Foucault writes in The Order of Things) the heterotopia serves to "desiccate speech, stop words in their tracks, contest the very possibility of grammar at its source", it not only produces discourse, it challenges all boundaries and remains essentially fluid, escaping the matrix of historical category. The next three chapters consider the implications of Kristeva's definition of the semiotic chora which, as briefly mentioned above, is constituted by psychosomatic drives. Hence, mood plays a central role in the semiotic chora. I construct a reading of Nightwood the main tenet of which is to examine the textual variations of Kristeva's resistant and abject `language'. Located in melancholy, incest, and discontentednesse ach trope forms individual chapterse xploring ways in which the limits of language are transgressed. Taken as a whole, the theme running through the three chapters on Nightwood is that new literary formations arise when the abject as mood becomes structured and made meaningful by the symbolic. The last two chapters examine Foucault's position in relation to Kristeva's, and argue that Kristeva's and Foucault's spatial thinking questions the appearance of finality and completeness in language. These chapters also provide a practical application of Foucault's heterotopia, in which spaces between contingent sites are shaped by Lorde. It is argued that opportunities of resistance are provided by Lorde who, naming her disparate position against the master narratives that fail to recognise her, locates her difference from them. In conclusion, a feminist reading of Kristeva's chora and Foucault's heterotopia reveals an opening to resistant spaces and new paths of production of meaning. Chora and heterotopia, then, are not merely abstract philosophical concepts, but powerful tools of reading, as is shown by their application in the interpretation of the works of Barnes and Lorde.
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Modernity and politics of the self : an investigation of the political project underlying the work of Michel Foucault

Rothgiesser, Stephen Alan 1995 (has links)
Bibliography: leaves 216-219. The central task of this dissertation is to explore Michel Foucault's conception of the human subject, and its interaction with power. Foucault offers a unique and controversial description of both the latter. After positing that his work is both coherent and political in nature, the dissertation investigates Foucault's books, lectures, interviews and articles throughout his three main periods. I have named these his Knowledge, Power, and Ethics periods to delineate different theoretical focuses in each period which are nevertheless underscored by a singular and continuous concern on Foucault's part with the constitution of the modern human subject; in addition, Foucault is interested in problematizing the "birth" and existence of this latter construction, which he believes is problematic in terms of the epistemological foundation upon which it rests, and the ontological consequences of such an entity.
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Arqueologia do saber de Michel Foucault como um híbrido teórico-metodológico: entre o estruturalismo e a epistemologia Michael foucault's archaeology of knowledge as a theoretical-methodological hybrid: between structuralism and epistemology

Ragusa, Pedro 20 April 2018 (has links)
Submitted by Pedro Ragusa (pedroragusa@yahoo.com.br) on 2018-06-07T14:14:03Z No. of bitstreams: 1 Tese completa. Versão final..pdf: 3197693 bytes, checksum: 96d14a8bbbf81af9290d6f5659239748 (MD5) Approved for entry into archive by Maria Luiza Carpi Semeghini (luiza@assis.unesp.br) on 2018-06-07T17:20:16Z (GMT) No. of bitstreams: 1 ragusa_p_dr_assis_int.pdf: 3197693 bytes, checksum: 96d14a8bbbf81af9290d6f5659239748 (MD5) Made available in DSpace on 2018-06-07T17:20:16Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 ragusa_p_dr_assis_int.pdf: 3197693 bytes, checksum: 96d14a8bbbf81af9290d6f5659239748 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2018-04-20 Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES) O objetivo dessa tese será mostrar como na prática do método arqueológico, Michel Foucault pôde estabelecer com o Estruturalismo uma importante interface teórica para a realização de suas pesquisas durante a década de sessenta. Vamos mostrar como o filósofo se apropriou do programa Estruturalista para lhe conferir uma nova roupagem, uma nova problemática e uma nova perspectiva teórica ao introduzir análises descrições estruturais no campo da história, convertendo-o ao método arqueológico identificado na primeira fase da obra de Michel Foucault. A partir dessa problemática, nossa hipótese, é que a participação de Michel Foucault no programa teórico-metodológico estruturalista se dá partir da composição estratégica por parte do filósofo de um método de pesquisa “híbrido”, posto entre o Estruturalismo e a Epistemologia Francesa. Dessa maneira, para compreendermos os limites da pesquisa e do método arqueológico de Michel Foucault é necessário situar o Estruturalismo como uma importante interface teórica auxiliar em seus estudos sobre o homem, sobre os saberes e as instituições. The aim of this thesis is to show how, in the practice of the archaeological method, Michel Foucault was able to establish with Structuralism an important theoretical interface for carrying out his researches during the sixties. Let us show how the philosopher appropriated the Structuralist program to give it a new outlook, a new problematic and a new theoretical perspective when introducing structural descriptions descriptions in the field of history, converting it to the archaeological method identified the first phase of the work of Michel Foucault. From this problematic, our hypothesis is that the participation of Michel Foucault in the structuralist theoretical-methodological program starts from the strategic composition by the philosopher of a "hybrid" research method, placed between Structuralism and French Epistemology. Thus, in order to understand the limits of Michel Foucault's research and archaeological method it is necessary to situate Structuralism as an important auxiliary theoretical interface in his studies on man, on knowledge and institutions. CAPES: 9409263650994048

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