9780394711065

The Archaeology of Knowledge

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  • ISBN13:

    9780394711065

  • ISBN10:

    0394711068

  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 1982-09-12
  • Publisher: Vintage

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Summary

Foucault's classic methodological statement.

Table of Contents

PART I INTRODUCTION
Introduction
3(18)
PART II THE DISCURSIVE REGULARITIES
The unities of discourse
21(10)
Discursive formations
31(9)
The formation of objects
40(10)
The formation of enunciative modalities
50(6)
The formation of concepts
56(8)
The formation of strategies
64(7)
Remarks and consequences
71(8)
PART III THE STATEMENT AND THE ARCHIVE
Defining the statement
79(9)
The enunciative function
88(18)
The description of statements
106(12)
Rarity, exteriority, accumulation
118(8)
The historical a priori and the archive
126(9)
PART IV ARCHAEOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION
Archaeology and the history of ideas
135(6)
The original and the regular
141(8)
Contradictions
149(8)
The comparative facts
157(9)
Change and transformations
166(12)
Science and knowledge
178(21)
PART V CONCLUSION
Conclusion 199(16)
Appendix: The Discourse on Language 215(24)
Index 239

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