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Forum: Foucault and Neoliberalism, History and Theory, Volume 54, Issue 3, October 2015.

1. Introduction (pages 367–371)
Matthew Specter

2. Can the critique of capitalism be antihumanist? (pages 372–388)
Michael C. Behrent

3. Foucault must not be defended (pages 389–403)
Mitchell Dean

4. Neoliberalism through Foucault’s eyes (pages 404–418)
Serge Audier

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Continental Thought & Theory. A Journal of Intellectual Freedom

Call for Papers
Inaugural Issue

Both the ideal and pursuit of intellectual freedom are important components underpinning this journal. The unrestricted expression of ideas is a desire and challenge facing us all. Particular fields of Continental theory have attempted to embrace and pursue this ethic as acts of intellectual integrity. With this in mind, the journal’s inaugural issue posits the question: what does intellectual freedom mean today? Although this question speaks directly to the academy, it is not limited to scholars. People in other spheres of life also experience the shaping of and parameters to their ideas, sometimes to their chagrin. Continental theory invites a variety of responses to the question of intellectual freedom.

Closing date for submissions: 15 January 2016

Submissions: ctt-submissions@canterbury.ac.nz

Please refer to the instructions for contributors.

By publishing with Continental Thought and Theory, your paper will be automatically deposited in the University of Canterbury Research Repository and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 (CC-BY) license. For information on Creative Commons, please see www.creativecommons.org.

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Comment lire L’Archéologie du savoir de Michel Foucault ?, Les Études philosophiques, 2015/3 (N° 153)

Baptiste Mélès
Page 323 à 326 Présentation

Michel Foucault, Texte établi et introduit par Martin Rueff
Page 327 à 352 « Introduction » à L’Archéologie du savoir

Luca Paltrinieri
Page 353 à 376 L’archive comme objet : quel modèle d’histoire pour l’archéologie ?

Jean-François Courtine
Page 377 à 390 Michel Foucault et le partage nietzschéen : Vérité/Mensonge

Baptiste Mélès
Page 391 à 412 Les « règles de formation » comme catégories foucaldiennes

David Rabouin
Page 413 à 430 L’exception mathématique

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telemaqueMichel Foucault : héritages et perspectives en éducation et formation. Le Télémaque, 2015/1 (n° 47)

Brigitte Frelat-Kahn, Dominique Ottavi, Alain Vergnioux
Page 7 à 8 Ouverture

Chronique morale
Alain Vergnioux
Page 9 à 15 La philosophie de François Châtelet

Valentina Crispi
Page 17 à 30 L’interculturalité

Dossier – Michel Foucault : héritages et perspectives en éducation et formation
Hubert Vincent
Page 31 à 37 Présentation

Francois Jacquet-Francillon
Page 39 à 57 Un autre regard sur les disciplines scolaires

Nicolas Guirimand
Page 59 à 70 De la “pédagogisation” des soins des malades chroniques aux dispositifs d’éducation thérapeutique

Hubert Vincent
Page 71 à 86 Foucault éducateur : un art de l’écriture et un modèle d’autoformation

Sílvio Gallo
Page 87 à 95 La production des hétérotopies à l’école : souci de soi et subjectivation

Annie Hourcade Sciou
Page 97 à 108 La question de l’écoute chez Michel Foucault

Edouardo Machado
Page 109 à 120 Foucault, lecteur de Plutarque : de la notion de savoir « éthopoétique » à la construction d’une « esthétique de l’existence »

Sébastien Urbanski
Page 121 à 138 L’expression de croyances dans les manuels d’histoire pour l’école publique : le cas de la Pologne avant et après 1989

Compte rendu
Alain Vergnioux
Page 139 à 144 Raymond Bénévent, Claude Mouchet, L’école, le désir et la loi. Fernand Oury et la pédagogie institutionnelle. Histoire, concepts pratiques, Nîmes, Éditions Champ Social – Matrice, 2014, 493 p.

With thanks to Sam Matuszewski for this news

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Estudos Nietzsche: Special Issue on Foucault and Nietzsche, vol.5, no.1, jan./jun. 2014

Estudos Nietzsche is an open access journal. Full PDFs are available. All articles are in Portuguese



1. Editorial v. 5, n. 1 (jan./jun. 2014)
Ernani Chaves.


1. Filosofia da cultura e escrita da história: Notas sobre as relações entre os projetos de uma genealogia da cultura em Foucault e Nietzsche

Philosophy of culture and writing of history: Notes on the relationship between the projects of a genealogy of culture in Foucault and Nietzsche
Oswaldo Giacoia Júnior.

2. Retesamentos discursivos: um olhar foucaultiano do estilo antidogmático de Nietzsche

Discursive stiffness: A Foucauldian approach of the antidogmatic style of Nietzsche
Carlos Eduardo Ribeiro, Alexandre Filordi de Carvalho.

3. O Nietzsche de Foucault, o Foucault de Nietzsche

The Nietzsche of Foucault, the Foucault of Nietzsche
Thiago Fortes Ribas.

4. O sol negro da linguagem: Nietzsche, Foucault e a questão do sentido

The dark sun of language: Nietzsche, Foucault and the question of meaning
Fabiano Lemos.

5. Por uma injustiça, dois Platões: tempo e genealogia em F. Nietzsche e M. Foucault

For one injustice, two Platos: time and genealogy in F. Nietzsche and M. Foucault
Felipe Figueiredo de Campos Ribeiro.

6. Prazer, sexualidade e normalização do real

Pleasure, sexuality and normalization of real
Giovana Carmo Temple, Malcom Guimarães Rodrigues.

7. Foucault, Nietzsche: teoria do conhecimento, teologia e crítica da modernidade

Foucault, Nietzsche: theory of knowledge, theology and modernity critique
Ricardo Bazilio Dalla Vecchia.


1. Nietzsche contra Darwin
Oscar Augusto Rocha Santos.

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fs-19New issue
Foucault Studies
Number 19: Disability

Foucault Studies is an open access journal and full PDFs of the articles can be found on the website.

Table of Contents

Sverre Raffnsøe, Alain Beaulieu, Sam Binkley, Barbara Cruikshank, Knut Ove Eliassen, Marius Gudmand-Høyer, Johanna Oksala, Sven Opitz, Jyoti Puri, Jens Erik Kristensen, Alan Rosenberg, Jeppe Groot

This issue includes:

Special Issue: New Work on Foucault and Disability

New Work on Foucault and Disability: An Introductory Note
Shelley Tremain 4-6

This Is What a Historicist and Relativist Feminist Philosophy of Disability Looks Like
Shelley Tremain 7-42

Desiring Disability Differently: Neoliberalism, Heterotopic Imagination and Intra-corporeal Reconfigurations
Kelly Fritsch 43-66

Genealogies of Disability in Global Governance: A Foucauldian Critique of Disability and Development
Xuan-Thuy Nguyen 67-83

Neoliberalism and Disability: The Possibilities and Limitations of a Foucauldian Critique
Scott Yates 84-107

Historical Epistemology as Disability Studies Methodology: From the Models Framework to Foucault’s Archaeology of Cure
Aimi Hamraie 108-134


Foucault on Ethics and Subjectivity: ‘Care of the Self’ and ‘Aesthetics of Existence’
Daniel Smith 135-150

State Racism and the Paradox of Biopower
Elisa Fiaccadori 151-171

Political Technique, the Conflict of Umori, and Foucault’s Reading of Machiavelli in Sécurité, Territoire, Population
Sean Erwin 172-190

Alea Capta Est: Foucault’s Dispositif and Capturing Chance
Nick Hardy 191-216


Standing Vigil for the Day to Come
Elise Woodard, Robert Harvey 217-223


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Matteo Pasquinelli, What an Apparatus is Not: On the Archeology of the Norm in Foucault, Canguilhem, and Goldstein

In the new issue 22 (2015) of Parrhesia (open access)

Table of contents

The Technological Condition
Erich Hörl, translated by Anthony Enns

The Real and the All-Too-Human
Joseph Vogl, translated by William Callison


‘A Cataclysm of Truth from a Crisis of Falsehood’: Reading Habermas on Calvino
Geoff Boucher

Marxism and Money in Deleuze and Guattari’s Capitalism and Schizophrenia: On the Conflict Between the Theories of Suzanne de Brunhoff and Bernard Schmitt
Christian Kerslake

What an Apparatus is Not: On the Archeology of the Norm in Foucault, Canguilhem, and Goldstein
Matteo Pasquinelli

Biopolitics and Community of LIfe: Between Naturalism and Animism
Inna Viriasova


To Not Forget: Pierre Hadot’s Last Book on Goethe.
Pierre Hadot, N’Oublie pas de vivre: Goethe et la tradition des exercises spirituels
Matthew Sharpe


(Re)Treating Master-bation.
Leo Bersani, Thoughts and Things
Christian Hite

The Recovery of the One.
Katerina Kolozova, Cut of the Real: Subjectivity in Poststructuralist Philosophy
Maxwell Kennel

Mort à Discredit: Otium, Negotium, and the Critique of Transcendental Miserabilism.
Bernard Stiegler, Disbelief and Discredit, volumes I-III
Dan Mellamphy and Nandita Biswas Mellamphy

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