Security, Territory, Population: Lectures at the Collège de France : 1977-78
Foucault explores the birth of the modern nation state in the 18th century through an analysis of its administration of institutionalised power relations, beginning with the fundamental technologies of security.
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Review: Lectures at the College de France, 1977-78: Security, Territory and Population (Lectures at the Collège de France)User Review - Troy - Goodreads
Another amazing lecture. I recently read another collection of Foucault's lectures and it was amazing. This book contains the next series of lectures from the ones I read. What I personally want is a ... Read full review
Review: Lectures at the College de France, 1977-78: Security, Territory and Population (Lectures at the Collège de France)User Review - Elena - Goodreads
Super interesting, need to finish at some point. Initial thoughts: - Euro-centric; understandable, but should be read as an example of things occurring globally - Smallpox inoculation as example of security - Interesting use of raison d'etat Read full review