Subjectivity & Truth: Foucault, Education, and the Culture of Self
This book focuses on Foucault's later work and his (re)turn to 'the hermeneutics of the subject', exploring the implications of his thinking for education, pedagogy, and related disciplines. What and who is the subject of education and what are the forms of self-constitution? Chapters investigate Foucault's notion of 'the culture of self' in relation to questions concerning truth ("parrhesia" or free speech) and subjectivity, especially with reference to the literary genres of confession and biography, and the contemporary political forms of individualization (governmentality).
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SelfDenial or SerfMastery?
PART TWO SPACE BODY AND THE AESTHETICS OF EXISTENCE
Space and the Body Politic
PART THREE TRUTHTELLING RISK AND SUBJECTIVITY
Parrhesia in Action
PART FOUR GOVERNMENTALITYGOVERNING THE SELF
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