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January 05, 2009


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haven't read these lectures much and enjoyed your intro. I'm struck too by the fact that Foucualt's work should be embracing the possibility of moving the infernal powers. I'll pay attention to that when I finally get a chance to read them.


thanks for this. i puzzled a bit over the vigil quote... without yet settling on an account of how it fits into the lectures. Anyway, i tend to relate it, and the Walpole quote, to the lecture's methodological discussion - the bit about pretending that universals (like sovereignty or the state) don't exist - as well MF's remarks on the repressive hypothesis made elsewhere(although this needed to be pointed out to me). so somewhat more simplistic...but i am still thinking about it. so this helps

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