Heterologies has 49 ratings and 4 reviews. Alamgeer said: Certeau’s writings Heterologies illustrates the diverse concerns that inform from the Freudian. Heterologies. Discourse on the Other. •. Author: Michel de Certeau Translated by Brian Massumi Foreword by Wlad Godzich. Heterologies. Sixteen essays. Michel de Certeau. Heterologies. Discourse on the Other. Translated by Brian Massumi. Foreword by Wlad Godzich. Theory and History of Literature, Volume
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English View all editions and formats. You already recently rated this item. With Foucault we get another way of building a theory, a theory which is the literary gesture of those procedures themselves.
Heterologies: Discourse on the Other
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Because de Certeau has more to say about why you should be showing off like that:.
Or rather, the initial charm gives way to a kind of second-degree assent, a complicity that remains after we have discpurse a step back from the first flush of bewitchment, but whose basis we would be hard-pressed to explain. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Micro-techniques and Panoptic Discourse: Not exactly Deleuzean, but close in some ways, I loved it.
heterologie This act of neutralization continues in many instance to be organizing the ideology proclaimed in certain scientific diwcourse de Certeau, And totally right on. Tony rated it it was ok Apr 14, Open Preview See a Problem? They attest to the necessity of inscribing these chance happenings one after another in our domains of knowledge; they do not undertake, by homogenizing all the discourses, to return their dazzling discontinuities to the shadows.
David rated it it was amazing Nov 11, There is no epistemological and hierarchical break between the theoretical text and the micro-techniques.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Godzich helpfully sets up the context of its publication and subject accordingly:. Charles rated it it was ok Nov 10, No trivia or quizzes yet. I am no doubt not the only one who writes in order to have no face.
Heterologies : discourse on the other
Please enter recipient e-mail address es. De Certeau relates this argument to Freud, whose work often takes a, self-proclaimed, novel-like form. Historiography functions midway between these two poles: Find it on Scholar. The E-mail message field is required. Seriously though, I want to be this good at the hitting of nails on their heads.
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Historiography has always been lodged at the frontier between discourse and power. My analysis of historiography must be situated in the context of a question too broad to be treated fully here, namely the antinomy between ethics and what, for lack of a better word, I will call dogmatism.
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Sparkly, stimulating and seductive. Sagnik Saha rated it really liked it May 21, Do not ask who I am and do not ask me to remain the same: Discourse Ethics and Nature. In the last two chapters of the book heterloogies see how de Certeau envisions a reorganization discpurse the relationship between history and politics.
But I hope you can see how de Certeau does help us to continue thinking with and about Foucault in some ways that I think could potentially be very productive. In contrast, then, to the tradition of which he is a part, de Certeau has clear practical aims.