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The Chicago Foucault Project

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The wide-ranging and groundbreaking works of Michel Foucault (1926-1984) have transformed our understanding of the human sciences and shaped contemporary thought in philosophy, history, critical theory, and more. In recent years, the publication of his lectures, seminars, and public discussions has made it possible not only to understand the trajectory of his work, but also to clarify his central ideas and to provide a better overall perspective on his thought. The aim of the Chicago Foucault Project is to contribute to this enterprise by publishing definitive English-language editions of these texts and fostering an ongoing appreciation of the lasting value of Foucault’s oeuvre in the English-speaking world.
The wide-ranging and groundbreaking works of Michel Foucault (1926-1984) have transformed our understanding of the human sciences and shaped contemporary thought in philosophy, history, critical theory, and more. In recent years, the publication of his lectures, seminars, and public discussions has made it possible not only to understand the trajectory of his work, but also to clarify his central ideas and to provide a better overall perspective on his thought. The aim of the Chicago Foucault Project is to contribute to this enterprise by publishing definitive English-language editions of these texts and fostering an ongoing appreciation of the lasting value of Foucault’s oeuvre in the English-speaking world.
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