Horrocks, Chris; Jevtic, Zoran
September 2004
Introducing Foucault;9/ 1/2004, p78
The article philosopher Michel Foucault's criticisms. One criticism of Foucault was that he created the break between classical and modern epistemes too austere, too block-like. Foucault affords capitalistic awareness with its best alibis. They curbed history and praxis, that is to say commitment and subdued man. Jean-Paul Sartre stated that Foucault brought people what they required, a discriminating combination to show the impossibility of historical reflection.


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