“In a provocative take on eros as a verb—as erosion of the thinking subject bound by grids of intelligibility that define her identity—Huffer offers the splendid final installment of her Foucault trilogy. Forcefully written with a capacious imagination, this book exemplifies the enviable rewards of a sustained in-depth engagement with Foucault as an ethopoietic thinker.”
~Rey Chow, author ofNot Like a Native Speaker: On Languaging as a Postcolonial Experience
Our Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy virtual exhibit continues today with a look at Lynne Huffer’s Foucault’s Strange Eros.
Was Michel Foucault a philosopher, a historian, or was he a poet? In this video, author Huffer discusses her new book on the eros of the archive in Foucault’s work with professors Jana Sawicki, Chair of Philosophy and Morris Professor of Rhetoric, Williams College and Penelope Deutscher, Joan and Sarepta Harrison Professor of Philosophy, Northwestern University.
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