Jean-Clet Martin, Laura Acquaviva
Michel Foucault through his writings announces not only that God is dead, but that man is also dying. He questions objects deemed unworthy that have never been taken into account by philosophy. This is the case of crime, madness, sexuality, the excesses of literature and evil. It offers an extraordinary story. Instead of understanding our societies by what they exhibit, Foucault insists on what they hide in order to discover a new image, another photograph of our values. This small essay allows us to apprehend a complex thinker and a philosophy which demolishes with hammer blows the idols of modernity.
144 pages | ISBN: 9782315006090