berger, Bordo, Foucault - Do The Wise Think Alike?

deployment of force and the establishment of truth (1975 1977: 184). I contend that what is even more problematic is the fact that he misses - or actively ignores - the fact that for Baudelaire and many other "modern" male thinkers a dandy is by definition the opposite of a woman In other words, just. Intellectual Background, we begin, however, with a sketch of the philosophical environment in which Foucault was educated. 44 I suggest that, in this respect Foucault is on much the same lines as Baudelaire, notably when coming to terms with the experimental body, limit-attitudes and the aesthetics of the self.

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8, therefore, his own work does not orient the process of analysis toward "the essential kernel of rationality" that is assumed to be found during the process of enlightenment. I (my consciousness) must, as Kant put it, be both an empirical object of representation and the transcendental source of representations. Therefore, as Foucault states, "The historical ontology of ourselves must turn away from all projects that claim to be global or radical for we know from experience that "the claim to escape from the system of contemporary reality so as to produce the overall programs. In other words, Foucault suggests that we cannot grasp the whole of our historical time, but we can construct a valid perspective on our era, as well as on our selves. Second, unlike Kant, who guides the modern subject to follow the "high" lines of reason, the Baudelairean modern subject tends to turn toward the aesthetic cultivation of the "low that is, the body, passions and sexuality. Caring is always also an opportunity for control. G., an evolutionary historywhereas the second grounds it in a revolutionary future that will transcend the limitations of ideology.) Either approach simply ignores the terms of the problem: that man must be regarded as irreducibly both empirical and transcendental. 16 So conceived, the ethos of the Enlightenment is not faithfulness to doctrinal elements, but rather "the permanent reactivation of an attitude - that is, of a philosophical ethos that could be described as a permanent critique of our historical era." 17 Yet, the critical. A distinctive feature of modern power (disciplinary control) is its concern with what people have not done (nonobservence with, that is, a persons failure to reach required standards. Merleau-Ponty, whose lectures he attended, and Heidegger were particularly important. Let me illustrate briefly what I mean by this statement.

Berger, Bordo, Foucault - Do The Wise Think Alike?
berger, Bordo, Foucault - Do The Wise Think Alike?