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Ethics : subjectivity and truth / by Michel Foucault ; edited by Paul Rabinow ; translated by Robert Hurley [etc].

By: Foucault, Michel.
Contributor(s): Rabinow, Paul [edt].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Publisher: New York : New Press, cop. 1997Description: xlv, 334 str. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781565844346; 1565844343.Subject(s): Ethics | etika
Contents:
Part One: The courses
Candidacy presentation: College de France, 1969
The will to knowledge
Penal theories and institutions
The punitive society
Psychiatric power
The abnormals
Society must be defended
Security, territory, and population
The birth of biopolitics
On the government of the living
Subjectivity and truth
The hermeneutic of the subject.
Part two: Ethics
Polemics, politics and problematizations
An interview by Stephen Rigging
Friendship as a way of life
Sexual choice, sexual act
The social triumph of the sexual will
Sex, power, and the politics of identity
Sexuality and solitude
The battle for chastity
Preface to 'The history of sexuality', Volume two
Self writing
Technologies of the self
On the genealogy of ethics: an overview of work in progress
The ethics of the concern for self as a practice of freedom
What is enlightenment?
The masked philosopher
List(s) this item appears in: Komparativna-prinove 2016 | LIN - obvezni - Etika govorenja
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Part One: The courses

Candidacy presentation: College de France, 1969

The will to knowledge

Penal theories and institutions

The punitive society

Psychiatric power

The abnormals

Society must be defended

Security, territory, and population

The birth of biopolitics

On the government of the living

Subjectivity and truth

The hermeneutic of the subject.

Part two: Ethics

Polemics, politics and problematizations

An interview by Stephen Rigging

Friendship as a way of life

Sexual choice, sexual act

The social triumph of the sexual will

Sex, power, and the politics of identity

Sexuality and solitude

The battle for chastity

Preface to 'The history of sexuality', Volume two

Self writing

Technologies of the self

On the genealogy of ethics: an overview of work in progress

The ethics of the concern for self as a practice of freedom

What is enlightenment?

The masked philosopher

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