File spoon-archives/foucault.archive/foucault_1998/foucault.9810, message 45


Date: Thu, 15 Oct 1998 23:16:00 -0500 (CDT)
Subject: Re: Biomedical discoursive and non-discoursive practices around 


you may also look at Foucault health and medicine, ed by Petersen and
Bunton. there is in fact a lot of work which use or critique Foucault's
method or at least use it as a vantage point to go further. A

On Mon, 12 Oct 1998, Joerg Marx, SHK FI wrote:

> Thanks, Emmanuelle.
> I'll have a look on it.
> Joerg
>
> > Date:          Mon, 12 Oct 1998 11:45:11 +0100
> > To:            foucault-AT-jefferson.village.Virginia.EDU
> > From:          E.Tulle-Winton-AT-gcal.ac.uk (Emmanuelle Tulle-Winton)
> > Subject:       Re: Biomedical discoursive and non-discoursive practices around AIDS
> > Reply-to:      foucault-AT-lists.village.virginia.edu
>
> > At 12:12 am 11/10/98, Joerg Marx, SHK FI wrote:
> > >I am working with a Foucauldian framework on biomedical dicourses
> > >around HIV/AIDS. My aim is to demonstrate, that a Foucauldian
> > >analysis is not only functioning in the field of human sciences, but
> > >also in the field of "hard sciences". Do anyone know something about
> > >this? Is anyone of you intersted to start a discussion about Foucault
> > >and natural sciences?
> >
> > Joerg, how is your French?  If it's adequate, try the following piece:
> > Foucault, M. 1994. Sur l'archéologie des sciences. Réponse au Cercle
> > d'épistemologie. In Dits et Ecrits Vol 1. Gallimard,  Paris, 696-731.
> > Emmanuelle
> >
> > Emmanuelle Tulle-Winton
> > Department of Social Sciences
> > Glasgow Caledonian University
> > Glasgow G4 0BA
> > Scotland
> > Tel: 0141 331 3330  (+ 44 141 331 3330 international)
> > Fax: 0141 331 3439  (+ 44 141 331 3439 international)
> >
> >
>

   

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