HistSex1&2

HistSex1&2 - '0"e"T,~i~w!~'f~J:A MICHEL FOUCAULT...

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',)'0 "e"T ;,~~i~w&!~'f~J"'" \:,:A; MICHEL FOUCAULT THE WILL TO KNOWLEDGE The History of Sexuality Volume 1 TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH BY ROBERT HURLEY @ PENGUIN BOOKS
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PENGUIN BOOKS Published by the Penguin Group Penguin Hooks Ltd. HO Strand, London WC~R ORL England Penguin Putnam Inc., 375 Hudson Street, New York. New York 10014. USA Penguin Books Australia Ltd. 250 Cambcrwell Road, Camberwcll. Victoria Jj24. Australia Penguin Books Canada Ltd. 10 Alcorn Avenue, Toronto. Ontario. Canada M4V 3B2 Penguin Books India (P) ltd, 11 Community Centre, Panchshccl Parle New Delhi 110017. India Penguin Books (N Z) Ltd, em Rosedale and Airborne Roads, Albany. Auckland, New Zealand Penguin Books (South Africa) (Ply) Ltd. 24 Sturdee Avenue, Rosebank 2196, South Africa Penguin Books Ltd. Registered Offices: 80 Strand. London WC2R ORL, England www.pengum.corn Contents PART ONE We "Other Victorians" La Volonte de savotr first published 1976 This translation first published under the title The History ojSexuality: Volume I, An Introduction in the USA and Canada 1978 First published in Great Britain by Allen Lane 1979 Published in Pelican Books 1981 Reprinted in Peregrine Books 1984 Reprinted in Penguin Books 1990 Reprinted in Penguin Books under the present title 1998 II PART TWO The Repressive Hypothesis Chapter 1 The Incitement to Discourse Chapter 2 The Perverse Implantation PART THREE Scientia Sexualis 51 15 17 36 Copyright © Editions Gallimard, 1976 Translation copyright © Random House, Inc" 1978 All rights reserved Printed in England by Clays Ltd, St Ives pIc Set in Times Except in the United States of America, this book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, re-sold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publisher's priorconsent in any formof bindingor coverotherthan that in which it is published and without a similar condition including this condition being imposed on the subsequent purchaser PART FOUR The Deployment of Sexuality 75 Chapter 1 Objective 81 Chapter 2 Method 92 Chapter 3 Domain 103 Chapter 4 Periodization 115 PART FIVE Right of Death and Power over Life Index 161 133
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For a long time, ,the story goes, we supported a Victorian regime, and we continue to be dominated by it even today, Thus the image 01\the imperial prud~ is emblazoned on our \ ( - :_._ . _, " ..-. . -~ restrained, mute, andnypocnticalsexuality. At the beginning of the seventeenth century a certain frankness was still common, it would seem. Sexual practices had little need of secrecy; words were said without undue reticence, and things were done without too much conceal- ment; one had a tolerant familiarity with the illicit. Codes regulating the coarse, the obscene, and the indecent were quite lax compared to those ofthe nineteenth century. It was a time of direct gestures, shameless discourse, and open transgressions, when anatomies were shown and intermin- gled at will, and knowing children hung about amid the laughter of adults: it was a period when bodies "made a display of themselves." But twilight soon fell upon this bright day, followed by the monotonous nights of the Victorian bourgeoisie. Sexuality
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