Lacan Contra Foucault seeks to ground the divergences and confluences between these two key thinkers in relation to contemporary philosophy and criticism. Specifically the topics of sexuality, the theory of the subject, history and historicism, scientific formalization, and ultimately politics. In doing so, the authors in this volume open up new connections between Lacan and Foucault and shine a light on their contemporary relevance to politics and critical theory.
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About the Author
Nadia Bou Ali is Assistant Professor at the Civilization Studies Program, American University of Beirut, Lebanon.
Rohit Goel is Academic Director of Jnana Pravaha, Centre for Cultural Studies and Research, Varanasi, India and Lecturer in Political Science at the University of Chicago, USA.
Table of Contents
Introduction – Nadia Bou Ali, American University of Beirut, Lebanon and Rohit Goel, University of Chicago, USA
'This Can Never Not Have Been There: Lacan, Foucault, and History'- Lorenzo Chiesa, European University at St Petersburg, Russia
'Sex and Revolution' - Joan Copjec, Brown University, USA
'Cutting Off the King's Head' Mladen Dolar University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
'Speaking is the Best Perversion: Foucault and Lacan.'- Aaron Schuster, University of Chicago, USA
'For an Epistemology of Error' - Samo Tomšic, Humboldt University, Germany
'Neoliberal Post-Marxism: A Contribution to the Theoretical Praxis of Michel Foucault' - Zdravko Kobe, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Arts, University in Ljubljana, Slovenia
'What is Sexuality? Marx, Lacan and Foucault' - Anne van Leeuwen, James Madison University, USA