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Subject: Re: Biomedical discoursive and non-discoursive practices around 
Date: Fri, 16 Oct 1998 19:53:41 +0100


Am I alone in finding this collection enormously disappointing? On medicine,
if your French is good, check out the lectures Foucault gave in Rio in 1974,
which trade on the work in Les Machines a guerir.

Stuart

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From: prasad amit <aprasad-AT-ux6.cso.uiuc.edu>
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Date: Friday, October 16, 1998 06:14
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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