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" The point, in brief, is to transform the critique conducted in the form of necessary limitation into a practical critique that takes the form of a possible transgression. "
Transgression as a Rule: German-Polish Cross-border Cooperation, Border ... - Page 5
by Ulrich Best - 2007 - 279 pages
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Interpretive Social Science: A Second Look

William Sullivan - 1987 - 395 pages
...of arbitrary constraints? The point, in brief, is to transform the critique conducted in the form of necessary limitation into a practical critique that takes the form of a possible transgression. This entails an obvious consequence: that criticism is no longer going to be practiced in the search...
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Michel Foucault's Archaeology of Scientific Reason: Science and the History ...

Gary Gutting, Professor of Philosophy Gary Gutting - 1989 - 306 pages
...of arbitrary constraints? The point, in brief, is to transform the critique conducted in the form of necessary limitation into a practical critique that takes the form of a possible transgression.6 Foucault's project of historical critique represents an important reconception of the...
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Ideals and Illusions: On Reconstruction and Deconstruction in Contemporary ...

Thomas McCarthy - 1993 - 254 pages
...of arbitrary constraints? The point, in brief, is to transform the critique conducted in the form of necessary limitation into a practical critique that takes the form of a possible transgression. . . . Criticism is no longer going to be practiced in the search for formal structures with universal...
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Postmodernism and Its Critics

John McGowan - 1991 - 296 pages
...of arbitrary constraints? The point, in brief, is to transform the critique conducted in the form of necessary limitation into a practical critique that takes the form of a possible transgression" (1984 45). The problem appears to be more how those on the inside can struggle away from the center...
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Dialectic and Narrative: Time to Teach the Truth

Thomas R. Flynn, Dalia Judovitz, National Endowment for the Humanities Professor of French Dalia Judovitz - 1993 - 382 pages
...of arbitrary constraints? The point, in brief, is to transform the critique conducted in the form of necessary limitation into a practical critique that takes the form of a possible transgression.w For Foucault, this point entailed as a consequence that criticism is no longer going...
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Critical Conditions: Postmodernity and the Question of Foundations

Horace L. Fairlamb - 1994 - 271 pages
...(PX, 138); thus he claims: "The point, in brief, is to transform the critique conducted in the form of necessary limitation into a practical critique that takes the form of a possible transgression" (FR, 45); and thus he seeks "to give new impetus, as far and wide as possible, to the undefined work...
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Foucault and Derrida: The Other Side of Reason

Roy Boyne - 1990 - 179 pages
...of arbitrary constraints. The point, in brief, is to transform the critique conducted in the form of necessary limitation into a practical critique that takes the form of a possible transgression. (Rabinow, 1986, p. 45) Second, the Greek principle of self-regulation is just a mechanism without a...
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Critique and Power: Recasting the Foucault/Habermas Debate

Michael Kelly, Michel Foucault, Jürgen Habermas - 1994 - 413 pages
...of arbitrary constraints? The point, in brief, is to transform the critique conducted in the form of necessary limitation into a practical critique that takes the form of a possible transgression. . . . Criticism is no longer going to be practiced in the search for formal structures with universal...
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The Cambridge Companion to Foucault

Gary Gutting, Professor of Philosophy Gary Gutting - 1994 - 360 pages
...of arbitrary constraints? The point, in brief, is to transform the critique conducted in the form of necessary limitation into a practical critique that takes the form of a possible trangression. . . . This entails the obvious consequence: that criticism is no longer going to be practiced...
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Michel Foucault

Barry Smart - 1994 - 411 pages
...reflection upon limits. . . . The point, in brief, is to transform the critique conducted in the form of necessary limitation into a practical critique that takes the form of a possible transgression"(45). This idea of a critique which transgresses the limits — an idea of considerable...
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