The issue of the senses and sensual perception in Michel Foucaults
thought has been a source of prolific discussion already for quite
some time. Often, Foucault has been accused of overemphasizing the
centrality of sight, and has been portrayed as yet another thinker
representative of Western ocularcentricism. This innovative new
work seeks to challenge this portrait by presenting an alternative
view of Foucault as a thinker for whom the sound, voice, hearing,
and listening, the auditory-sonorous, actually did matter.
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