Technologies of the Self: A Seminar with Michel Foucault

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University of Massachusetts Press, 1988 - Self (Philosophy). - 166 pages
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"Technologies of the Self" is a record of the faculty seminar conducted by Michel Foucault in 1982 at the University of Vermont. The volume includes seminar presentations in the fields of history of religions, literature, and ideas.

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This volume transcribes Foucault's faculty seminar at the University of Vermont in the autumn of 1982. "Technologies'' implies "techniques,'' so the title means how one deals with oneself. Tracing the ... Read full review

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Introduction 3
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An Interview with Michel Foucault
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Technologies of the Self
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