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Autores más citados - Michael Foucault
Publicado el 31/7/2006 18:01:25 (2941 Lecturas)

I - Biografía

II - Michel Foucault's shorter works in English Bibliography

I - Biografía
Filósofo francés
Nació el 15 de octubre de 1926 en Poitiers. Cursó estudios de filosofía occidental y psicología en la École Normale Supérieure de París. En los años 60, dirigió los departamentos de filosofía de las Universidades de Clermont-Ferrand y Vincennes. Participó junto con los estudiantes en las protestas y manifestaciones de mayo del 68 y, posteriormente, formó parte de una comisión para la defensa de la vida y de los derechos de los inmigrantes. En el año 1970 fue profesor de Historia de los Sistemas de Pensamiento. Las principales influencias en su pensamiento fueron los filósofos alemanes Friedrich Nietzsche y Martin Heidegger. Sus estudios pusieron en tela de juicio la influencia del filósofo político alemán Karl Marx y del psicoanalista austriaco Sigmund Freud. Foucault exploró los modelos cambiantes de poder dentro de la sociedad y cómo el poder se relaciona con la persona. Estudió las reglas que gobiernan las afirmaciones que pueden ser tomadas como verdaderas o falsas en distintos momentos de la historia, que las ideas básicas que la gente considera verdades permanentes sobre la naturaleza humana y la sociedad cambian a lo largo de la historia. También cómo las prácticas diarias permiten a la gente definir sus identidades y sistematizar el conocimiento; los hechos pueden ser entendidos como productos de la naturaleza, del esfuerzo humano o de Dios. Mantenía que la concepción de las cosas tiene sus ventajas y sus peligros. El pensamiento de Foucault se desarrolló en tres etapas. La primera, en Locura y civilización (1960), que escribió mientras era lector en la Universidad de Uppsala, en Suecia, Foucault estudia, a través de la modificación del concepto de “locura” y de la oposición entre razón y locura que se establece a partir del siglo XVII, la necesidad que tienen todas las culturas de definir lo que las limita, es decir, lo que queda fuera de ellas mismas. En su segunda etapa escribió En Las palabras y las cosas (1966), que lleva como subtítulo Arqueología de las ciencias humanas, Foucault dice que todas las ciencias que tienen como objeto el ser humano (la biología, la psicología, la lingüística, la economía, etc.) son el producto de mutaciones históricas que reorganizan el saber anterior, recreando un conjunto epistemológico que define en todos los dominios los límites y las condiciones de su desarrollo.
La última etapa de Foucault empezó con la publicación de Vigilar y castigar, en 1975. Se preguntaba en este ensayo si el encarcelamiento es un castigo más humano que la tortura, pero se ocupa más de la forma en que la sociedad ordena y controla a los individuos adiestrando sus cuerpos; por ejemplo, un entrenamiento básico puede disciplinar y preparar a una persona para ser un soldado. Los últimos tres libros de Foucault -Historia de la sexualidad, Volumen I: Introducción (1976), El uso del placer (1984) y La preocupación de sí mismo (1984)- son parte de una truncada historia de la sexualidad. En estos libros, Foucault rastrea las etapas por las que la gente ha llegado a comprenderse a sí misma en las sociedades occidentales como seres sexuales, y relaciona el concepto sexual que cada uno tiene de sí mismo con la vida moral y ética del individuo. Foucault opina que la sociedad occidental ha desarrollado un nuevo tipo de poder, (bio-poder), un nuevo sistema de control que los conceptos tradicionales de autoridad son incapaces de entender y criticar. En vez de ser represivo, este nuevo poder realza la vida. Foucault, que murió en París en 1984, pasará sin duda a la historia como el filósofo francés más importante e influyente tras la muerte de Sartre.

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II - Michel Foucault's shorter works in English Bibliography

The following list (last revised 1/4/2002) provides bibliographical information for the English versions (either translations or original English language versions) of Michel Foucault's texts collected in Dits et Écrits (Paris: Gallimard, 1994; 4 vols.), organized by DE number (and hence by year of initial publication). Several texts not included in Dits et Écrits are also included at the end of the list.

La liste suivante consiste des textes de Michel Foucault, dont le plupart sont inclus dans Dits et Écrits. Ils sont organisés par numéro, avec des traductions anglaises ou des originaux anglais et leurs locations bibliographiques.

If you would like to make any additions or corrections to this bibliography, please email them to Richard Lynch at lynchr@wabash.edu or to the following snail mail address:

Richard A. Lynch
Department of Philosophy and Religion
Wabash College
P. O. Box 352
Crawfordsville, IN 47933-0352
USA




1954
001
1. "Dream, imagination, and existence" Review of existential psychology & psychiatry, XIX:1 (1985), pp. 29-78. Translated by Forrest Williams.
2. "Dream, imagination, and existence" M. Foucault and L. Binswanger (K. Hoeller, ed.), Dream and Existence (Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press, 1993), pp. 29-78. Translated by Forrest Williams. [This is a reprint in book form of the journal publication in 1, with an English translation of the Binswanger text.]

1961
004
(in part: pp. 159-61, 164-5) "Preface," Madness and civilization: a history of insanity in the age of reason (New York: Vintage, 1965), pp. ix-xii. Translation by Richard Howard.
005
"Madness only exists in society" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 7-9. Translated by Lysa Hochroth.

1962
007
"Introduction to Rousseau's Dialogues" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 33-51. Translated by Robert Hurley.
008
1. "The father's 'no'" D. Bouchard, ed., Language, counter-memory, practice : selected essays and interviews (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977), pp. 68-86. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon.
2. "The father's 'no'" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 5-20. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon, slightly modified.
010
"Speaking and seeing in Raymond Roussel: J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 21-32. Extensive modification of ch. 1 of Death and the labyrinth. There are passages missing from the English translation.
011
"So cruel a knowledge" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 53-67. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1963
013
1. "A preface to transgression" D. Bouchard, ed., Language, counter-memory, practice : selected essays and interviews (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977), pp. 29-52. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon.
2. "A preface to transgression" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 69-87. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon, slightly modified.
3. "A preface to transgression" J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999). Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon. [Reprint of 1 above.]
014
1. "Language to infinity" D. Bouchard, ed., Language, counter-memory, practice : selected essays and interviews (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977), pp. 53-67. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon.
2. "Language to infinity" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 89-101. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon, slightly modified.

1964
020
1. "Fantasia of the library" D. Bouchard, ed., Language, counter-memory, practice : selected essays and interviews (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977), pp. 87-109. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon.
2. "Afterword to The temptation of St. Anthony: J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 103-122. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon, slightly modified.
021
1. "The prose of Actaeon" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 123-135. Translated by Robert Hurley.
2. "The prose of Acteon" P. Klossowski, The baphomet (Hygiene, CO: Eridanos Press, 1998), pp. xxi-xxxviii. Translated by Stephen Sartarelli.
3."The prose of Acteon" J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 75-84. [Reprint of 2 above.]
022
"Debate on the novel" (part only) J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 72-74. Translated by Elizabeth Ezra.
025
1. "Madness, the absence of work." Critical Inquiry 21 (Winter 1995), pp. 290-298. Translated by Peter Stastny and Deniz Sengel.
2. "Madness, the absence of work" A. I. Davidson, ed., Michel Foucault and his interlocutors (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997), pp. 97-104. Translated by Peter Stastny and Deniz Sengel. [Reprint of 1 above.]

1965
030
"Philosophy and psychology" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 249-259. Translated by Robert Hurley.
032
(with differences) Chapter 1, The order of things

1966
033
1. "The prose of the world" Diogènes 53 (Spring 1966). pp. 17-37. Translated by Victor Velen.
2. (with slight differences) Chapter 2, The order of things
034
1. "The order of things" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 1-10. Translated by John Johnston.
2. "The order of things" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 13-18. Translated by John Johnston.
3. "The order of things" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 261-267. Translated by John Johnston, slightly modified.
036
1. "Behind the fable" Critical texts 5 (1988), pp. 1-5. Translated by Pierre A. Walker.
2. "Behind the fable" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 137-145. Translated by Robert Hurley.
038
1. "Maurice Blanchot, the thought from outside" Foucault/Blanchot (New York: Zone Books, 1987), pp. 7-60. Translated by Brian Massumi.
2. "The thought of the outside" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 147-169. Translated by Brian Massumi, slightly modified.
042
"Philosophy and the death of God" J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 85-86. Translated by Elizabeth Ezra.
043
1. "André Breton: a literature of knowledge" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 10-12. Translated by John Johnston.
2. "A swimmer between two words" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 171-174. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1967
046
1. "Nietzsche, Freud, Marx" (not including discussion which followed) Critical texts 3:2 (Winter 1986) pp. 1-5. Translated by Jon Anderson and Gary Hentzi.
2. "Nietzsche, Freud, Marx" G.L. Ormiston & A.D. Schrift, eds., Transforming the hermeneutical context : from Nietzsche to Nancy (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1990), pp. 59-67. Translated by Alan D. Schrift.
3. "Nietzsche, Freud, Marx" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 269-278. Translated by Jon Anderson and Gary Hentzi, slightly modified.
048
1. "The discourse of history" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 11-33. Translated by John Johnston.
2. "The discourse of history" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 19-32. Translated by John Johnston.
3. "On the ways of writing history" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 279-295. Translated by Robert Hurley.
050
"Who are you, Professor Foucault?" J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 87-103. Translated by Lucille Cairns.
051
"Words and pictures" unpublished manuscript, 5 pp. Translated by Monica Tyler.

1968
052
"Religious deviations and medical knowledge" (not including discussion which followed) J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 50-56. Translated by Richard Townsend.
053
1. October 1 (Spring 1976), pp. 6-21.
2. (enlarged ed.) This is not a pipe (with illustrations and letters by Rene Magritte) (Berkeley : University of California Press, 1983). Translated and edited by James Harkness. [This version has significant variations from the version in Dit et Ecrits.]
3. "This is not a pipe" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 187-203. Translated by James Harkness, modified.
055
1. "Foucault responds to Sartre" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 35-43. Translated by John Johnston.
2. "Foucault responds to Sartre" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 51-56. Translated by John Johnston.
058
1. "History, discourse, discontinuity" Salmagundi nº20 (Summer-Fall 1972), pp. 225-48. Translated by Anthony Nazzaro.
2. "Politics and the study of discourse" I&C nº3 (Spring 1978), pp. 7-26. Translated by Colin Gordon.
3. "Politics and the study of discourse" C. Gordon, ed., The Foucault effect (Chicago: University of Chicago, 1991), pp. 53-72. Translated by Colin Gordon. [Extensive revision of 2 above.]
4. "History, discourse and discontinuity" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 33-50. Translated by Anthony Nazarro.
059
1. (abridged) "On the archaeology of the sciences" Theoretical practice 3-4 (Autumn 1971) pp. 108-127. No translator identified.
2."On the archaeology of the sciences: response to the epistemology circle" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 297-333. Translation extensively modified.

1969
061
See 050.
066
1. "The archeology of knowledge" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 45-56. Translated by John Johnston.
2. "The archeology of knowledge" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 57-64. Translated by John Johnston.
068
1. "The birth of a world" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 57-61. Translated by John Johnston.
2. "The birth of a world" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 65-66. Translated by John Johnston.
069
1. "What is an author?" D. Bouchard, ed., Language, counter-memory, practice : selected essays and interviews (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977), pp. 113-138. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon.
2. (selections) "Discussion" (following the lecture, "What is an author?"). Screen 20:1 (1979), pp. 29-33. Translation by Kari Hanet.
3. "What is an author?" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 205-222. Translated by Josué V. Harari, slightly modified.
4. See also 258.
071
1. (Abridged extracts) "Earlier work" D. Eribon, Michel Foucault (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1991), pp. 214-216. Translated by Betsy Wing.
2. "Candidacy presentation: Collège de France, 1969" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 5-10. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1970
072
"Foward to the English edition," The order of things (1970), pp. ix-xiv. English original.
075
See 020.
077
"Cuvier's position in the history of biology" Critique of anthropology 4:13-14 (Summer 1979), pp. 125-130. Translated by Felicity Edholm. [Does not include discussion after paper]
079
"Open letter to Pierre Guyotat" Paris exiles 2 (1985) p. 25. Translated by Edouard Roditi.
080
1. "Theatrum philosophicum" D. Bouchard, ed., Language, counter-memory, practice : selected essays and interviews (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977), pp. 165-196. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon.
2. "Theatrum philosophicum" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 343-368. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon, slightly modified.
083
"Madness and society" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 335-342. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1971
084
1. "Nietzsche, genealogy, history" D. Bouchard, ed., Language, counter-memory, practice : selected essays and interviews (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977), pp. 139-164. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon.
2. "Nietzsche, genealogy, history" P. Rabinow, ed., The Foucault reader (New York: Pantheon, 1984) pp. 76-100. [Reprint of 1 above.]
3. "Nietzsche, genealogy, history" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 369-391. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon, slightly modified.
089
1. "A conversation with Michel Foucault by John K. Simon." Partisan review 38:2 (1971), pp. 192-201.
2. "Rituals of exclusion" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 63-72. English original. [Reprint of 1 above, not including the final several pages.]
3. "Rituals of exclusion" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 68-73. [Reprint of 1 above, not including the final several pages.]
097
"Monstrosities in criticism" Diacritics 1:1 (fall 1971), pp. 57-60. English original.
098
"Revolutionary action: 'until now'" D. Bouchard, ed., Language, counter-memory, practice : selected essays and interviews (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977), pp. 218-233. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon.
100
"Foucault responds" Diacritics 1:2 (winter 1971), p. 60. English original.
101
[Cours au Collège de France, 1971] 1. "History of systems of thought" D. Bouchard, ed., Language, counter-memory, practice : selected essays and interviews (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977), pp. 199-204. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon.
2. "The will to knowledge" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 11-16. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1972
102
1. "My body, this paper, this fire" Oxford literary review 4:1 (Autumn 1979), pp. 5-28. Translated by Geoff Bennington.
2. "My body, this paper, this fire" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 393-417. Translated by Geoff Bennington, slightly modified.
103
"Return to history" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 419-432. Translated by Robert Hurley.
106
1. "Intellectuals and power" Telos 16 (1973). Translated by M. Seem. [unverified.] 2. "Intellectuals and power" D. Bouchard, ed., Language, counter-memory, practice : selected essays and interviews (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977), pp. 205-217. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon.
3. "Intellectuals and power" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 74-82. Translated by Donald F. Bouchard and Sherry Simon. [Reprint of 1. above.]
107
"Confining societies" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 83-94. Translated by Jeanine Herman.
108
"On popular justice: a discussion with Maoists" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 1-36. Translated by John Mepham.
109
1. "An historian of culture" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 73-88. Translated from the Italian by Jared Becker and James Cascaito.
2. "An historian of culture" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 95-104. Translated from the Italian by Jared Becker and James Cascaito.
114
1. (abridged) "The guillotine lives" New York Times (April 8, 1973) sect. 4, p. 15. Translated by Paul Auster.
2. "Pompidou's two deaths" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 418-422. 115
[Cours au Collège de France, 1972] "Penal theories and institutions" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 17-21. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1973
128
"Summoned to court" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 423-425. Translated by Robert Hurley.
129
"The equipments of power" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 108-112 (of 105-112). Translated by Lysa Hochroth.
130
"The equipments of power" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 105-108 (of 105-112). Translated by Lysa Hochroth.
131
[Cours au Collège de France, 1973] "The punitive society" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 23-37. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1974
132
1. "Human nature: justice versus power" (Noam Chomsky and MF) F. Elders, Reflexive water : the basic concerns of mankind (London: Souvenir Press, 1974), pp. 133-197.
2. "Human nature: justice versus power" (Noam Chomsky and MF) A. I. Davidson, ed., Michel Foucault and his interlocutors (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997), pp. 107-145. [Reprint of 1. above.]
137
1. "Michel Foucault on Attica : an interview" Telos nº19 (Spring 1974), pp. 154-161. English original.
2. "On Attica" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 113-121. [Reprint of 1. above.]
139
1. [Lecture III ONLY (DE v. 2, pp. 570-588 only) original French includes five lectures and a roundtable discussion] "Truth and judicial forms" Social Identities 2:3 (October 1996), pp. 327-341. Translated by Lawrence Williams with Catherine Merlen.
2. [Complete five lectures; no roundtable discussion] "Truth and juridical forms" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 1-89. Translated by Robert Hurley.
140
1. (some omissions) "Film and popular memory" Radical philosophy 11 (Summer 1975), pp. 24-29. Translated by Martin Jordin.
2. "Film and popular memory" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 89-106. Translated by Martin Jordin.
3. "Film and popular memory" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 122-132. Translated by Martin Jordin.
142
"White magic and black gown" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 287-291. Edited version. Translated by Lysa Hochroth.
143
[Cours au Collège de France, 1974] "Psychiatric power" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 39-50. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1975
150
"Photogenic painting" Critical texts 6:3 (1989), pp. 1-12. Translated by Pierre A. Walker.
151
1. (excerpts) "Michel Foucault on the role of prisons" New York Times (Aug. 5, 1975), p. 31. Translated by Leonard Mayhew.
2. "From torture to cellblock" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 146-149. Translated by John Johnston.
152
"An interview with Michel Foucault: History of the present 1 (Feb. 1985), pp. 2-3, 14. Translated by Renée Morel.
156
1. "Prison talk: an interview with Michel Foucault." Radical Philosophy 16 (Spring 1977), pp. 10-15. Translated by Colin Gordon.
2. "Prison talk" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 37-54. Translated by Colin Gordon.
157
"Body/Power" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 55-62. Translated by Colin Gordon.
161
"Talk show" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 133-145. Translated by Phillis Aronov and Dan McGrawth.
164
1. "Sade: sargent of sex" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 186-189. Translated by John Johnston.
2. "Sade: sargeant of sex" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 223-227. Translated by John Johnston, slightly modified.
165
[Cours au Collège de France, 1975] "The abnormals" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 51-57. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1976
168
1. "The politics of health in the eighteenth century" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 166-182. Translated by Colin Gordon.
2. "The politics of health in the eighteenth century" P. Rabinow, ed., The Foucault Reader (New York: Pantheon, 1984) pp. 273-89. [Reprint of 1 above.]
3. "The politics of health in the Eighteenth Century" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 90-105. [Reprint of 1 above.]
169
"Questions on geography" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 63-77. Translated by Colin Gordon.
171
"Paul's story" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 181-185. Translated by Lysa Hochroth.
172
1. (large excerpts) "The politics of crime" Partisan review 43:3 (1976), pp. 453-459. Translated by Mollie Horwitz.
2. "The politics of Soviet crime" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 121-130. Translated by Mollie Horwitz. [Reprint of 1 above.]
3. "The politics of Soviet crime" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 190-195. Translated by Mollie Horwitz. [Reprint of 1 above.]
173
"The social extension of the norm" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 196-199. Translated by Lysa Hochroth.
175
1. "Sorcery and madness" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 107-112. Translated by John Johnston.
2. "Sorcery and madness" Review of existential psychology and psychiatry 23:1/3 (1997), pp. 81-??. Translated by ??.
3. "Sorcery and madness" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 200-202 Translated by John Johnston.
180
1. "I, Pierre Rivière" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 131-136. Translated by John Johnston.
2. "I, Pierre Rivière" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 203-206. Translated by John Johnston.
181
"The West and the truth of sex" Sub-Stance 20 (1978) pp. 5-8. Translated by Lawrence Winters.
184
1. "The political function of the intellectual" Radical philosophy 17 (Summer 1977), pp. 12-14. Translated by Colin Gordon.
2. See also 192.
187
[Cours au Collège de France, 1976] 1. "War in the filigree of peace" Oxford literary review 4:2 (1980) pp. 15-19. Translated by Ian McLeod.
2. "Society must be defended" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 59-65. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1977
189
1. "Preface" G. Deleuze and F. Guattari, Anti-Oedipus : capitalism and schizophrenia (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1983 [New York: Viking Press, 1977]), pp. xi-xiv. English original.
2. "Preface to Anti-Oedipus" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 106-110. [Reprint of 1 above.]
192
1. (Excerpts) See 184.
2. "Truth and power: an interview with Michel Foucault" Critique of anthropology 4:13-14 (Summer 1979), pp. 131-137. Translated by Felicity Edholm.
3. "Truth and power" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 109-133. Translated by Colin Gordon.
4. "Truth and power" M. Morris and P. Patton, eds., Michel Foucault: power, truth, strategy (Sydney, Austr.: Feral Publications, 1979), pp. 29-48. Translated by Meaghan Morris and Paul Patton.
5. "Truth and power" P. Rabinow, ed., The Foucault Reader (New York: Pantheon, 1984) pp. 51-75. [Reprint of 1 above.]
6. "Truth and power" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 111-133. [Reprint of 2 above.]
193
[Cours au Collège de France 1976] 1. "Two lectures (first lecture: January 7, 1976)" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 78-92. Translated by Kate Soper.
2. "Two lectures" N. Dirks, G. Eley, S. Ortner, eds., Culture/Power/History: a reader in contemporary social theory (Princeton: Princeton UP, 1993), pp. 200-222.
3. "Two lectures" M. Kelly, ed., Critique and power : recasting the Foucault/Habermas debate (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1994), pp. 17-46. [Reprint of 1 above.]
194
[Cours au Collège de France 1976] 1. "Two lectures (second lecture: January 14, 1976)" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 92-108. Translated by Kate Soper.
2. "" N. Dirks, G. Eley, S. Ortner, eds., Culture/Power/History: a reader in contemporary social theory (Princeton: Princeton UP, 1993), pp. 200-222.
3. "Power, right, truth" R.E. Goodin and P. Pettit, eds., Contemporary political philosophy: an anthology (Oxford: Blackwell, 1997), pp. 543-550.
195
1. "The eye of power" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 146-165. Translated by Colin Gordon.
2. "The eye of power" S. Lotringer, ed., Semiotext(e) 3:2 ("Schizo-culture" issue) (1978). Translated by Mark S. Seem.
3. "The eye of power" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 226-240. Translated by Mark S. Seem, translation modified.
196
"The birth of social medicine" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 134-156. Translated by Robert Hurley.
197
1. "The history of sexuality" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 183-193. Translated by Leo Marshall.
2. "Interview with Lucette Finas" M. Morris and P. Patton, eds., Michel Foucault: power, truth, strategy (Sydney, Austr.: Feral Publications, 1979), pp. 67-75. Translated by Paul Foss and Meaghan Morris.
3. "Power affects the body" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 207-213. Translated by Jeanine Herman.
198
1. "The life of infamous men" M. Morris and P. Patton, eds., Michel Foucault: power, truth, strategy (Sydney, Austr.: Feral Publications, 1979), pp. 76-91. Translated by Paul Foss and Meaghan Morris.
2. "Lives of infamous men" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 157-175. Translated by Robert Hurley.
200
1. "Power and sex" Telos 32 (Summer 1977), pp. 152-61. Translated by David J. Parent.
2. "Power and sex" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York, Routledge, 1988), pp. 110-124. Translated by David J. Parent. [Reprint of 1 above.]
3. "The end of the monarchy of sex" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 137-155. Translated by Dudley M. Marchi.
4. "The end of the monarchy of sex" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 214-225. Translated by Dudley M. Marchi.
201
"The gray mornings of tolerance" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 229-231. Translated by Robert Hurley.
205
1. "The anxiety of judging" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 157-178. Translated by John Johnston.
2. "The anxiety of judging" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 241-254. Translated by John Johnston. Edited version.
206
"The confession of the flesh" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 194-228. Translated by Colin Gordon.
209
"Confinement, psychiatry, prison" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 178-210. Translated by Alan Sheridan.
214
"Letter to certain leaders of the left" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 426-428. Translated by Robert Hurley.
218
1. "Powers and strategies" C. Gordon, ed., Power/Knowledge : selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 (New York: Pantheon, 1980), pp. 134-145. Translated by Colin Gordon.
2. "Powers and strategies" M. Morris and P. Patton, eds., Michel Foucault: power, truth, strategy (Sydney, Austr.: Feral Publications, 1979), pp. 49-58. Translated by Paul Patton.

1978
219
1. "Introduction" G. Canguilhem, The normal and the pathological (New York: Zone Books, 1991), pp. 7-24. Translated by Carolyn W. Fawcett.
2. "Georges Canguilhem : philosopher of error" Ideology and consciousness, nº 7 (Autumn 1980), pp. 51-62. Translated by Graham Burchell. BdS nº D391.
3. See also 361.
220
1. "About the concept of the dangerous individual in 19th century legal psychiatry" International journal of law and psychiatry 1 (1978), pp. 1-18. Translated by Carol Brown.
2. "The dangerous individual" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York, Routledge, 1988), pp. 125-151. Translated by Alain Baudot and Jane Couchman.
221
"Dialogue on power" S. Wade, Chez Foucault (1978), pp. 4-22. English original.
233
"Sexuality and power" J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 115-130. Translated by Richard Lynch.
236
"Michel Foucault and Zen: a stay in a Zen temple" J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 110-114. Translated by Richard Townsend..
238
1. "Clarifications on the question of power" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 179-192. Tranlated from the Italian by James Cascaito.
2. "Clarifications on the question of power" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 255-263. Translated from the Italian by James Cascaito.
239
[Cours au Collège de France 1978] 1. "Governmentality" I&C nº6 (Autumn 1979), pp. 5-21. Translated from the Italian by Rosi Braidotti.
2. "Governmentality" C. Gordon, ed., The Foucault effect (Chicago: University of Chicago, 1991), pp. 87-104. Braidotti translation revised by Colin Gordon.
3. "Governmentality" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 201-222. [Reprint of 2 above.]
240
"The proper use of criminals" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 429-434. Translated by Robert Hurley.
246
"Lemon and milk" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 435-438. Translated by Robert Hurley.
247
1. "Interview with Michel Foucault" New German critique 16 (Winter 1979) pp. 155-156. Translated from the German by J. D. Steakley.
2. "'Paris-Berlin'" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 292-294. Translated from the German by J. D. Steakley.
255
[Cours au Collège de France 1978] 1. "Foucault at the Collège de France I" Philosophy and social criticism 8:2 (Summer 1981), pp. 233-242. Translated by James Bernauer.
2. "Security, territory, and population" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 67-71. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1979
257
See 168. [This is a reprint, with additional material.]
258
1. "What is an author?" Partisan review 42:4 (1975)
2. "What is an author?" Textual strategies (1979)
3. "What is an author?" P. Rabinow, ed., The Foucault Reader (New York: Pantheon, 1984) pp. 101-120. [Reprint of 1 above.]
4. See also 069.
259
"Iran: the spirit of a world without spirit" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 211-224. Translated by Alan Sheridan.
263
1. "Sexual morality and the law" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 271-285. Translated by Alan Sheridan.
2. (Excerpts) Semiotext(e) ("Loving Boys/Loving Children" issue) (Summer 1980) pp. 40-42, 44. Translated by Daniel Moshenberg.
3. "The danger of child sexuality" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 264-274. Translated by Alan Sheridan. [Reprint of 1 above.]
264
1. "The simplest of pleasures" Fag rag 29, p. 3. Translated by Mike Riegle and Gilles Barbadette.
2. "The simplest of pleasures" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 295-297. Translated by Mark Riegle and Gilles Barbadette.
265
"Open letter to Mehdi Bazargan" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 439-442. Translated by Robert Hurley.
266
1. "For an ethics of discomfort" S. Lotringer, ed., Politics of truth (Semiotext(e), 1997), pp. 135-145. Translated by Lysa Hochroth.
2. "For an ethic of discomfort" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 443-448.
269
1. "Is it useless to revolt?" Philosophy and social criticism 8:1 (Spring 1981), pp. 1-9. Translated by James Bernauer.
2. "Is it useless to revolt?" J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 131-134. Translated by James Bernauer. [Reprint of 1. above.]
3. "Useless to revolt?" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 449-453.
270
"The catch-all strategy" International journal of the sociology of law 16 (1988), pp. 159-162. Translated by Neil Duxbury.
272
See 280.
274
[Cours au Collège de France 1979] 1. "Foucault at the Collège de France II" Philosophy and social criticism 8:3 (Fall 1981), pp. 349-59. Translated by James Bernauer.
2. "The birth of biopolitics" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 73-79. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1980
276
"Introduction" M. Foucault, ed., Herculine Barbin: being the recently discovered memoirs of a nineteenth-century French hermaphrodite (Brighton, Sussex: Harverster Press, 1980), pp. vii-xvii. Translated by Richard McDougall.
278
1. "Questions of method" I&C: Ideology and Consciousness nº8 (spring 1981), pp. 3-14. Translated by Colin Gordon.
2. "Questions of method: an interview with Michel Foucault" K. Baynes, J. Bohman, and T. McCarthy, eds., After philosophy : end or transformation? (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1987), pp. 100-117. Translated by Alan Bass[?].
3. "Questions of method" C. Gordon, ed., The Foucault effect (Chicago: University of Chicago, 1991), pp. 73-86. [Reprint of 1 above.]
4. "The impossible prison" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 275-286. Translated by Colin Gordon. [Reprint of 1 above.]
5. "Questions of method" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 223-238. [Reprint of 1 above.]
280
1. "Conversation with Michel Foucault by Millicent Dillon" Threepenny review 1:1 (winter/spring 1980), pp. 4-5.
2. "Truth is in the future" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 298-301. [Reprint of 1 above.]
281
1. Remarks on Marx (New York: Semiotext(e), 1991) 187 pp.
2. "Interview with Michel Foucault" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 239-297.
284
"The four horsement of the Apocalypse and the everyday worms" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 233-234. Translated by Robert Hurley.
285
1. "The masked philosopher" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York, Routledge, 1988), pp. 323-30. Translated by Alan Sheridan.
2. "The masked philosopher" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 193-202. Translated by John Johnston.
3. "The masked philosopher" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 321-328. Translated by Alan Sheridan, amended.
4. "The masked philosopher" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 302-307. Translated by John Johnston.
286
1. "19th Century imaginations" Semiotext(e) 4:2 (1982), pp. 182-90. Translated by Alex Susteric.
2. "The imagination of the nineteenth Century" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 235-239. Translated by Alex Susteric, slightly modified.
287
See 276. With some French additions not translated.
289
[Cours au Collège de France, 1980] 1. "On the government of the living" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 81-85. Translated by Robert Hurley.
2. "On the government of the living" J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 154-157. Translated by Richard Townsend..

1981
291
1. "'Omnes et singulatim': towards a critique of political reason" The Tanner Lectures on Human Values (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1981), pp. 224-254. English original.
2. "Politics and reason" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 57-85.
3. "Pastoral power and political reason" J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 135-152.
4. "'Omnes et singulatim': toward a critique of political reason" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 298-325. [Reprint of 1 above.]
5. See also 364.
293
1. "Friendship as a lifestyle: an interview with Michel Foucault" Gay Information 7 (Spring 1981), pp. 4-6.
2. "Friendship as a way of life" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 203-9. Translated by John Johnston.
3. "Friendship as a way of life" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 135-140. Translated by John Johnston, with amendments.
4. "Friendship as a way of life" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 308-312. Translated by John Johnston.
295
1. "Sexuality and solitude" (Richard Sennett and MF) London review of books 3:9 (21 May-3 June 1981) pp. 3-7. English original.
2. "Sexuality and solitude" D. Rieff, ed., Humanities in review : I (New York: Cambridge Unversity Press, 1982), pp. 3-21.
3. "Sexuality and solitude" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 175-184.
4. "Sexuality and solitude" J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 182-187.
5. "Sexuality and solitude : the James Lecture, 20 November 1980" M. Blonsky, ed., On signs (Oxford: Blackwell, 1985), pp. 365-372. [A slightly different version than 1-4 above, from the manuscript for the lecture. See footnote 1 in Carrette (4 above), p. 182.]
296
1. "Is it really important to think?" Philosophy and social criticism 9:1 (Spring 1982), pp. 29-40. Translated by Thomas Keenan.
2. "Practicing criticism" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 152-56. Translated by Alan Sheridan.
3. "So is it important to think?" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 454-458.
300
"Against replacement penalties" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 459-461. Translated by Robert Hurley.
301
"To punish is the most difficult thing there is" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 462-464. Translated by Robert Hurley.
304
[Cours au Collège de France, 1981] "Subjectivity and truth" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 87-92. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1982
305
"Pierre Boulez, passing through the screen" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 241-244. Translated by Robert Hurley.
306
1. "The subject and power" H. Dreyfus and P. Rabinow, Michel Foucault : beyond structuralism and hermeneutics, 2nd ed. (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1983), pp. 208-226. First section (Why study power, pp. 208-216) in English original; second section (How is power exercised?, pp. 216-226) translated from the French by Leslie Sawyer.
2. "The subject and power" Critical inquiry 8:4 (Summer 1982), pp. 777-795. [Reprint of 1 above.]
3. "The subject and power" D. Ingram and J. Simon-Ingram, eds., Critical theory : the essential readings (New York: Paragon House, 1991), pp. 303-319. [Reprint of 1 above.]
4. "The subject and power" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 326-348. [Reprint of 1 above.]
308
"Passion according to Werner Schroeter" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 313-321. Translated by John Johnston.
310
1. "Space, knowledge, and power" Skyline, the architecture and design review (March 1982), pp. 16-20. English original.
2. "Space, knowledge, and power" P. Rabinow, ed., The Foucault Reader (New York: Pantheon, 1984) pp. 239-256. [Reprint of 1 above.]
3. "Space, power and knowledge" S. During, ed., The cultural studies reader (New York: Routledge, 1993).
4. "Space, knowledge and power" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 335-347.
5. "Space, knowledge and power" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 349-364.
311
"History and homosexuality" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 363-370. Translated by John Johnston.
312
1. "The battle for chastity" P. Ariès and A. Béjin, eds., Western sexuality (Oxford: Blackwell, 1985), pp. 14-25. Translated by Anthony Forster.
2."The battle for chastity" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 227-241. Translated by Anthony Forster. [Reprint of 1 above.]
3. "The battle for chastity" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 185-197. Translated by Anthony Forster, amended.
4. "The battle for chastity" J. Carrette, ed., Religion and Culture (Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1999), pp. 188-197. Translated by Anthony Forster. [Reprint of 1. above.]
313
1. "The social triumph of the sexual will : a conversation with Michel Foucault" Christopher street 6:4 (nº 64, fall 1982), pp. 36-41. Translated by Brendan Lemon.
2. "The social triumph of the sexual will" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 157-162. Translated by Brendan Lemon, slightly amended.
317
1. "Sexual choice, sexual act: an interview with Michel Foucault" Salmagundi nº 58-59 (Fall 1982-Winter 1983), pp. 10-24.
2. "Sexual choice, sexual act: Foucault and homosexuality" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 286-303. Translated by James O'Higgins. [Reprint of 1 above.]
3. "Sexual choice, sexual act" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 211-231. Translated by James O'Higgins. [Reprint of 1 above.]
4. "Sexual choice, sexual act" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 141-156. Translated by James O'Higgins. [Reprint of 1 above.]
5. "Sexual choice, sexual act" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 322-334. Translated by James O'Higgins. [Reprint of 1 above.]
321
"The moral and social experience of the Poles can no longer be obliterated" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 465-473. Translated by Robert Hurley.
323
[Cours au Collège de France, 1982] "The hermeneutic of the subject" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 93-106. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1983
325
1. "The risks of security" History of the present 2 (spring 1986) pp. 4-5, 11-14. Translator unidentified.
2. "Social security" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 159-77. Translated by Alan Sheridan.
3. "The risks of security" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 365-381.
326
1. "On the genealogy of ethics: an overview of work in progress" B. Dreyfus and P. Rabinow, Michel Foucault : beyond structuralism and hermeneutics, 2nd ed. (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1983), pp. 229-252. English original.
2. "On the genealogy of ethics: an overview of work in progress" P. Rabinow, ed., The Foucault Reader (New York: Pantheon, 1984) pp. 340-72.
3. (slightly abridged) "How we behave. Sex, food, and other ethical matters" Vanity Fair 46:9 (Nov. 1983), pp. 62-69.
4. "On the genealogy of ethics: an overview of work in progress" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 253-280.
329
1. "Writing the self" Arnold I. Davidson, ed., Foucault and his interlocutors (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997), pp. 234-247. Translated by Ann Hobart.
2."Self-writing" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 207-222. Translated by Robert Hurley.
330
1. "Structuralism and post-structuralism: an interview with Michel Foucault" Telos nº55 (spring 1983), pp. 195-211. Translated by Jeremy Harding.
2. "Critical theory / intellectual history" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 17-46.
3. "How much does it cost for reason to tell the truth?" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 233-256. Translated by Mia Foret and Marion Martius (from a German ed. in Spuren?).
4. "Critical theory / intellectual history" M. Kelly, ed., Critique and power : recasting the Foucault/Habermas debate (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1994), pp. 109-137. Translated by Jeremy Harding. [Reprint of 2 above.]
5. "Structuralism and post-structuralism" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 433-458. Translated by Jeremy Harding, slightly modified.
6. "How much does it cost to tell the truth?" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 348-362. Translated from the German by Mia Foret and Marion Martius.
331
"An exchange with Michel Foucault" New York review of books (March 31, 1983), pp. 42-44.
332
(slightly altered) Chapter 1, The care of the self
333
1. "Contemporary music and the public" Perspectives of new music 24 (Fall-winter 1985), pp. 6-12. Translated by John Rahn.
2. "Contemporary music and the public" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 314-22. Translated by John Rahn. [Reprint of 1 above.]
3. "The cultural insularity of contemporary music" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 391-396. Translated by Lysa Hochroth.
336
1. "Michel Foucault : an interview with Stephen Riggins" Ethos 1:2 (Autumn 1983), pp. 4-9.
2. "The minimalist self" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 3-16. English original. [Reprint of 1. above.]
3. "An interview by Stephen Riggins" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 121-133. English original.
4. "An ethics of pleasure" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 257-277. 5. "An ethics of pleasure" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 371-381.

1984
339
1. "What is Enlightenment?" P. Rabinow, ed., The Foucault Reader (New York: Pantheon, 1984) pp. 32-50. Translated by Catherine Porter.
2. "What is Enlightenment?" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 303-319. Translated by Catherine Porter, amended.
3. "What is Enlightenment?" S. Lotringer, ed., Politics of truth (Semiotext(e), 1997), pp. 101-133. Translated by Catherine Porter. [Reprint of 1 above.]
340
1. "Preface to The history of sexuality, volume II" P. Rabinow, ed., The Foucault Reader (New York: Pantheon, 1984) pp. 333-39. Translated by William Smock.
2. "Preface to The history of sexuality, volume II" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 199-205. Translated by William Smock, amended.
341
"Politics and ethics: an interview" P. Rabinow, ed., The Foucault Reader (New York: Pantheon, 1984) pp. 373-80. Translated by Catherine Porter.
342
1. "Polemics, politics, and problemizations: an interview with Michel Foucault" P. Rabinow, ed., The Foucault Reader (New York: Pantheon, 1984) pp. 381-90. Translated by Lydia Davis.
2. "Problems, politics, and problematizations" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 111-119. Translated by ??.
343
1. "Archaeology of a passion" M. Foucault, Raymond Roussel: death and the labyrinth (New York: Doubleday, 1986) pp. 169-186. Translated by Charles Ruas.
2. "Archeology of a passion" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 397-406. Translated by Charles Ruas.
344
See 326.
345
1. "(Auto)biography : Michel Foucault 1926-1984" History of the present 4 (Spring 1988), pp. 13-15. Translated by Jackie Urla.
2. "'Michel Foucault (1926-)' by Maurice Florence" G. Gutting, ed., The Cambridge companion to Foucault (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994), pp. 314-19. Translated by Catherine Porter.
3. "'Foucault' by Maurice Florence" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 459-463. Translated by Robert Hurley.
346
1. "What calls for punishment?" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 275-292. Translated by John Johnston.
2. "What calls for punishment?" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 423-431. Translated by John Johnston.
350
1. "The concern for truth" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 255-67. Translated by Alan Sheridan.
2. "The concern for truth" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 293-308. Translated by John Johnston.
3. [abridged] "The regard for truth" Art and text 16 (Summer 1984), pp. 20-31. Translated by Paul Patton.
4. "The concern for truth" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 455-464. Translated by John Johnston.
351
[Cours au Collège de France 1983] 1. "Kant on Enlightenment and revolution" Economy and society 15:1 (February 1986). Translated by Colin Gordon.
2. "The art of telling the truth" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 86-95. Translated by Alan Sheridan.
3. "Kant on Enlightenment and revolution" M. Gane & T. Johnson, eds., Foucault's new domains (New York: Routledge, 1993), pp. 10-18. Translated by Colin Gordon. [Reprint of 1 above.]
4. "The art of telling the truth" M. Kelly, ed., Critique and power : recasting the Foucault/ Habermas debate (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1994), pp. 139-148. [Reprint of 2 above.]
5. "What is revolution?" S. Lotringer, ed., Politics of truth (Semiotext(e), 1997), pp. 83-100. Translated by Lysa Hochroth.
352
See 357
353
"Interview with Actes" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 394-402. Translated by Robert Hurley.
354
1. "Final interview" Raritan 5:1 (Summer 1985), pp. 1-13. Translated by Thomas Levin and Isabelle Lorenz.
2. "The return of morality" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 242-254. Translated by Thomas Levin and Isabelle Lorenz. [Reprint of 1 above.]
3. "The return of morality" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 317-331. Translated by John Johnston.
4. "The return of morality" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 465-473. Translated by John Johnston.
355
"Confronting governments : human rights" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 474-475. Translated by Robert Hurley.
356
1. "The ethic of care of the self as a practice of freedom: an interview with Michel Foucault, January 20, 1984" by Raúl Fornet-Betancourt, Helmut Becker, and Alfredo Gomez-Müller. Philosophy and social criticism 12:2-3 (1987), pp. 112-131. Translated from the French by J. D. Gauthier, SJ.
2. "The ethic of care of the self as a practice of freedom: an interview with Michel Foucault, January 20, 1984" by Raúl Fornet-Betancourt, Helmut Becker, and Alfredo Gomez-Müller. J. Bernauer and D. Rasmussen, eds., The final Foucault (Cambridge: MIT Press; 1988), pp. 1-20. Translated from the French by J. D. Gauthier, SJ. [This is a reprint in book form of the journal publiation in 1.]
3. "The ethics of the concern for the self as a practice of freedom" Concordia : Revista internacional de filosophia 6 (July-December 1984), pp. 96-116. Translated by P. Aranov and D. McGrawth.
4. "The ethics of the concern for the self as a practice of freedom" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 281-301. Translated by P. Aranov and D. McGrawth, amended.
5. "The ethics of the concern for self" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 432-449. Translated by Phillis Aranov and Dan McGrawth.
357
1. "An aesthetics of existence" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 47-53. Translated by Alan Sheridan.
2. "An aesthetics of existence" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1966-84) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1989), pp. 309-316. Translated by John Johnston.
3. "An aesthetics of existence" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 450-454. Translated by John Johnston.
358
1. "Sex, power and the politics of identity : an interview" The advocate nº 400 (August 7, 1984), pp. 26-30, 58. English original.
2. "Sex, power, and the politics of identity" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 163-173.
3. "Sex, power and the politics of identity" S. Lotringer, ed., Foucault live (interviews, 1961-1984) (New York: Semiotext(e), 1996), pp. 382-390.
360
1. "Of other spaces" Diacritics (Spring 1986), pp. 22-27. Translated by Jay Miskowiec.
2. "Different spaces" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 175-185. Translated by Robert Hurley.

1985
361
1. "Life: experience and science" J. Faubion, ed., Aesthetics, method and epistemology (New York: New Press, 1998), pp. 465-478. Translated by Robert Hurley.
2. See also 219.

1988
362
"Truth, power, self: an interview with Michel Foucault, October 25, 1982" by Rux Martin. L. Martin, H. Gutman, and P. Hutton, eds., Technologies of the self: a seminar with Michel Foucault (Amherst: Univ. of Massachusetts Press; 1988), pp. 9-15. English original.
363
1. "Technologies of the self" L. Martin, H. Gutman, and P. Hutton, eds., Technologies of the self: a seminar with Michel Foucault (Amherst: Univ. of Massachusetts Press; 1988), pp. 10-49. English original.
2. "Technologies of the self" P. Rabinow, ed., Ethics: subjectivity and truth (New York: New Press, 1997), pp. 223-251.
364
"The political technology of individuals" L. Martin, H. Gutman, and P. Hutton, eds., Technologies of the self: a seminar with Michel Foucault (Amherst: Univ. of Massachusetts Press; 1988), pp. 145-162. English original. Portions of this reduplicate "Omnes et singulatum," DE#291.
2. "The political technology of individuals" J. Faubion, ed., Power (New York: New Press, 2000), pp. 403-417.



Documents not included in Dits et Écrits
N.B: These are listed in the supplemental bibliography by Lagrange (v.4, pp. 829-838):
1. 1971, p. 831
[Leçon inaugurale au Collège de France, 2 décembre 1970; L'ordre du discours (Paris: Gallimard, 1971)]
"Orders of discourse," translated by Rupert Swyer in Social Science Information 10:2 (April 1971), pp. 7-30.
A list of corrections to this English translation by Meaghan Morris in included in M. Morris and P. Patton, eds., Michel Foucault: power, truth, strategy (Sydney, Australia: Feral Publications, 1979), pp. 102-105.
"The discourse on language," translated by Rupert Swyer in The archæology of knowledge (New York: Pantheon, 1972), pp. 215-237. [Reprint of SSI above.]
"The order of discourse," translated by Ian McLeod in R. Young, ed., Untying the text : a poststructuralist reader (Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1981), pp. 48-78.

2. 1973, p. 832
"Foreword" M. Foucault, ed., I, Pierre Rivière, having slaughtered my mother, my sister, and my brother… (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1975), pp. vii-xiv.

3. 1973, p. 832
"Tales of murder" M. Foucault, ed., I, Pierre Rivière, having slaughtered my mother, my sister, and my brother… (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1975), pp. 199-212.

4. 1979, p. 833
[Cours au Collège de France 1973] "Power and norms. Notes" M. Morris and P. Patton, eds., Michel Foucault: power, truth, strategy (Sydney, Austr.: Feral Publications, 1979), pp. 59-66. Translated by W. Suchting. BdS nº D67

5. "Power, moral values and the intellectual" typescript interview with Michael D. Bess, San Francisco, 3 November 1980. [See Macey bibliography, nº 315, p. 560.] BdS nº D384
1980, p. 834
(extracts) "An interview with Michel Foucault" Inside (Daily Californian) (November 10, 1980) pp. 15.
1988, p. 838
"Power, moral values and the intellectual" History of the present nº 4 (Spring 1988), pp. 1-2, 11-13.

6. 1981, p. 834
"Michel Foucault's new clothes" The Village voice v.26, nº18 (Apr.29-May 5, 1981), pp. 1, 40-42. (Includes quotations from an interview with C. Romano, New York, fall 1980.)

7. 1981, p. 834
Otto Friedrich, "France's philosopher of power" Time v.118, nº 20 (Nov. 16, 1981), pp. 147-8. (Includes quotations from an interview with S. Burton, Paris, Oct. 1981.)

8. 1982, p. 835
"Response to Susan Sontag" Soho News 2 March 1982, p. 13. BdS nº D207

9. 1983, p. 835
"The power and politics of MF" Inside (Daily Californian) (April 22, 1983) pp. 7, 20-22. English original. [Bernauer bibliog. p. 252]

10. 1984, p. 836; 1985, p. 836
[« Du pouvoir », interview w/ Pierre Boncenne, L'Express nº 1722 July 6-12, 1984, pp. 56-68. See Bernauer bibliog. p. 246] BdS nº D14
"On power" L. Kritzman, ed., Politics, philosophy, culture: interviews and other writings, 1977-1984 (New York: Routledge, 1988), pp. 96-109.

11. 1984, p. 836
"A last interview with French philosopher Michel Foucault." City paper 8:3 (Jul 27-Aug 2, 1984), p. 18. (conducted in March 1984 by Jamin Raskin.) English original. [Bernauer bibliog. p. 252; Macey bibliog. nº390, p. 564] BdS nº D195.

12. 1985, p. 836
Discourse and truth: the problematization of parrhesia. (six lectures given at the University of California at Berkeley, Oct.-Nov. 1983) Ed. by Joseph Pearson, Unpublished, available only in photocopy and audiotapes. English original. BdS nº D213.

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