The lives of Michel Foucault

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Hutchinson, 1993 - Philosophers - 599 pages
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Review: The Lives of Michel Foucault

User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

It is an in-depth epic, of how Foucault came to exist which at least traces his intellectual as well as biological trees. In the case of biological trees it goes back a generation and offers a portrait of Michel's father. Quotes from letters his father wrote are quite insightful. Read full review

Review: The Lives of Michel Foucault

User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

It is an in-depth epic, of how Foucault came to exist which at least traces his intellectual as well as biological trees. In the case of biological trees it goes back a generation and offers a portrait of Michel's father. Quotes from letters his father wrote are quite insightful. Read full review

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PaulMichel
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The Fox the School and the Party
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Carnival in Musterlingen
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