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Michel Foucault: History as discursive practice

M.D. Kuparashvili
80,00 Р

UDC 1: 930.1

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.05-19.005

 

M.D. Kuparashvili is Dr.Sci. (Philosophy) prof. at Dostoevsky Omsk State University e-mail: kuparashvili@rambler.ru

 

Presented is survey of discursive practices, that replace many traditional views in our lives. Noted is, that since the 1970s attempts to revise history as science are being made. One of the most interesting versions of the interpretation of historical experience is in bizarre combination of the process of formation of epochal features of psyche of the subject and transformative possibilities of language of M. Foucault. Conclusion is made, that introduction of special terminology of Foucault in scientific practice allows to express history as precisely as possible as procedure for struggle of interpretation through dependence of cultural historical formations on the ratio of “words” and “things”.

Key words: history and meta-history, narrative, discursive practice, episteme-archive, genealogy.

 

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