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The Archeology of Knowledge

Michel Foucault




CONTENTS 2

Part I Introduction 3

INTRODUCTION 3

Part II The Discursive Regularities 12

1. THE UNITIES OF DISCOURSE 12

2. DISCURSIVE FORMATIONS 17

3. THE FORMATION OF OBJECTS 22

4. THE FORMATION OF


ENUNCIATIVE MODALITIES 27

5 THE FORMATION OF CONCEPTS 29

6. THE FORMATION OF STRATEGIES 36

7. REMARKS AND CONSEQUENCES 39

Part III The Statement and the Archive 44

2. THE ENUNCIATIVE FUNCTION 50

3. THE DESCRIPTION OF STATEMENTS 59

4. RARITY, EXTERIORITY, ACCUMULATION 66

5 THE HISTORICAL A PRIORI AND THE ARCHIVE 73

Part IV Archaeological Description 77

1. ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 77

2. THE ORIGINAL And THE REGULAR 82

3. CONTRADICTIONS 86

4. THE COMPARATIVE FACTS 90

5. CHANGE And TRANSFORMATIONS 94

6. SCIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE 103

Part V Conclusion 113

CONCLUSION 113

INDEX 121

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Archaeology of Knowledge



`Michel Foucault is a very brilliant writer ... he has a remark-able angle of vision, a highly disciplined and coherent one, that informs his work to such a high degree as to make the work sui generis original.'

Edward W. Said
`The Archaeology of Know/edge ... provides an unusually sharp outline of [Foucault's] theoretical stance as well as a focused critique of the history of ideas.'

Jean Claude Guedon
'A necessary guide to Foucault's often difficult ideas ... and to his overall historical ambition, which is to define the "soil" out of which contemporary events in a given period grow.'

The Times Literary Supplement
`No other thinker in recent history had so dynamically influ­enced the fields of history, philosophy, literature and literary theory, the social sciences, even medicine.'

Lawrence D. Kritzman
`Next to Sartre's Search fora Method, and in direct opposition to it, Foucault's work is the most noteworthy effort at a theory of history in the last 50 years.'

Library Journal

L'Archeologie du savoir first published 1969 by Editions Gallimard

English edition first published in the United Kingdom in 1972 by Tavistock Publications Limited First published by Routledge in 1989

First published in Routledge Classics 2002 by Routledge

11 New Fetter Lane, London EC4P 4EE

Reprinted 2003, 2004

Routledge is an imprint of the Taylor ez Francis Group © 1969 Editions Gallimard

Translation © 1972 Tavistock Publications Limited

Typeset in Joanna by RefineCatch Limited, Bungay, Suffolk Printed and bound in Great Britain by TJ International Ltd, Padstow, Cornwall

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or utilised in any form or by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including photocopying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publishers.



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ISBN 0—415—28752—9 (hbk) ISBN 0415287537 (pbk)

CONTENTS











PART

I Introduction







Introduction

((3))

PART

((1))


II The Discursive Regularities

The Unities of Discourse



((23))

((2))

Discursive Formations

((34))

((3))

The Formation of Objects

((44))

((4))

The Formation of Enunciative Modalities

((55))

((5))

The Formation of Concepts

((62))

((6))

The Formation of Strategies

((71))

((7))

Remarks and Consequences

((79))

PART

III The Statement and the Archive







Defining the Statement

((89))

((2))

The Enunciative Function

((99))

((3))

The Description of Statements

((119))

((4))

Rarity, Exteriority, Accumulation

((133))

((5))

The Historical a priori and the Archive

((142))










PART IV Archaeological Description

Archaeology and the History of Ideas

The Original and the Regular Contradictions 151

The Comparative Facts

Change and Transformations

Science and Knowledge



PART V Conclusion

Conclusion

INDEX


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