This book is the first to systematically reconstruct Michel
Foucault's political and philosophical thought across his career.
It argues, in the areas of epistemology, power, subjectivity,
resistance, politics, and ethics, that Foucault's work represents
the articulation of a consistent and progressive philosophical and
political viewpoint. The work is thus an important intervention
into the field of Foucault studies, where many continue to claim
that Foucault's work is contradictory, nonsensical, or nihilistic.
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||Routledge Studies in Social and Political Thought
Mark G. E. Kelly
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