I am ready to discuss biochemistry. I hate science just to
start out with, but foucault critique of science is in my opinion
this first that science as "Truth with Capital T" holds itself
it self to be unversal truth and transhistorical truth. by this I mean
that it claims be composed of laws which transcend historical periods. no
wait that does not sound all that bad, the point is, is why is that bad,
because for foucault there is progress toward ever higher stages of
scienific knowledge. I On 27 Jun 2000, wilhelm becker wrote:
> Date: 27 Jun 00 10:25:43 MDT
> From: wilhelm becker <wilhelm.becker@xxxxxxx>
> Reply-To: foucault@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: foucault@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: new on foucault
> Hi everybody,
> I'd like to discuss two aspects about Michel Foucault.
> First: his shunning of the hard sciences like biochemistry.
> Second: his attraction towards rigid victim-communities.
> If somebody is interested please contact me for more details.
> With regards
> Wilhelm Becker
> mailto: wilhelm.becker@xxxxxxx
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