Book , Print in English

Re-reading Foucault : on law, power and rights

edited by Ben Golder.
  • Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Franics Group, 2013.
  • x, 254 pages ; 24 cm
Subjects
Summary
  • This title provides a collection which fully addresses the relevance of Foucault's thought for law. The book provides an in-depth analysis of Foucault's thought as it pertains to the crucial questions of law, government and rights.
Contents
  • Expelled questions : Foucault, the Left and the law / Colin Gordon
  • Foucault's other law / Peter Fitzpatrick
  • Encounters with juridical assemblages : reflections on Foucault, law and the juridical / Alan Hunt
  • Law, literature, morality : Michel Foucault and the problem of judgment / Lissa Lincoln
  • Sovereignty by acquisition at the Cape : Foucault, Hobbes and de Mist / George Pavlich
  • The status of the gaze in surveillance societies / Véronique Voruz
  • The birth of biopolitical justice / Pat O'Malley
  • Michel Foucault and the question of right / Philippe Chevallier
  • Historical normativity and the basis of rights / Paul Patton
  • Is revolution desirable? : Michel Foucault on revolution, neoliberalism and rights / Jessica Whyte
  • Human rights as technologies of the self : creating the European governmentable subject of rights / Bal Sokhi-Bulley.
Other information
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN
  • 9780415673532
  • 0415673534
  • 9780415634137
  • 041563413X
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 2012012571
  • OCLC: 781848577
  • OCLC: 781848577