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Michel Foucault

  1. #1
    Sudo Space Nigga [my hereto riemannian peach]
    Gang shit money over bitches if ya ain from here dun come round here ya herd?

    Best french person ever
  2. #2
    Lanny motherfucker
    Foucault is cool, although he was one weird fuck. He makes my list of top 5 french people but I don't think he's #1
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    Sudo Space Nigga [my hereto riemannian peach]
    Originally posted by Lanny Foucault is cool, although he was one weird fuck. He makes my list of top 5 french people but I don't think he's #1

    He was the best post structuralist at least. Who would be your numba 1? If you say Rousseau I'm donating to Trumps reelection campaign
  4. #4
    Lanny motherfucker
    lol, no.

    Derrida and Sartre both edge out Foucault IMO
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    Sudo Space Nigga [my hereto riemannian peach]
    Originally posted by Lanny lol, no.

    Derrida and Sartre both edge out Foucault IMO

    I hate derrida because I didn't really understand him.

    Also for a jedi Hannah Arandt is pretty based
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    Zanick motherfucker [my p.a. supernal goa]
    He's essential reading! I especially loved The History of Sexuality, where he deconstructs the narrative of Victorian prudence and develops his ideas of incitement and inscription further. When I had university access, I found some very early papers from when he was more interested in post-Heideggerian scholarship, which was interesting to look at in the context of where his career went after he drifted into psychoanalysis.

    Was I born then, I might have asked Foucault to incite a discourse on my body. After seeing the doctor the next day, I'd lock him in a room with Jung and Hegel and starve them into producing something readable and voluminous.

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  7. #7
    Octavian motherfucker
    "The Absurdity of life" - Sartre

    Like how I imagine some semi-acid trip mental breakdown to be when it's explained.

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    Sudo Space Nigga [my hereto riemannian peach]
    Originally posted by Zanick He's essential reading! I especially loved The History of Sexuality, where he deconstructs the narrative of Victorian prudence and develops his ideas of incitement and inscription further. When I had university access, I found some very early papers from when he was more interested in post-Heideggerian scholarship, which was interesting to look at in the context of where his career went after he drifted into psychoanalysis.

    Was I born then, I might have asked Foucault to incite a discourse on my body. After seeing the doctor the next day, I'd lock him in a room with Jung and Hegel and starve them into producing something readable and voluminous.

    The history of sexuality basically dismisses all puritanism and is actually extremely sexy reading. It articulates catholic girl repression, why thigh curves are sexier than minge shots. He was an amazing person who could desconstruct like no ones business. I would LOVE to see what he thought of Janet Jackson at the superbowl, holy fuck he would write an epic paper about that

    I'm into Chinua Achebe now. I bet he had a deep sexy baritone
  9. #9
    Nil African Astronaut
    his ideas are interesting, and pretty relevant these days from the panopticon to biopolitics. too bad i lost my books needed to read d&p and a history of madness at least 7 more times.
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