Timothy O'Leary and Chris Falzon (eds.), Foucault and Philosophy (Blackwell)
Foucault and Philosophy presents a collection of essays from leading international philosophers and Foucault scholars that explore Foucault’s work as a philosopher in relation to philosophers who were important to him and in the context of important themes and problems in contemporary philosophy.
"Was it important that Michel Foucault thought philosophically? That among his major partners in reflection were Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche, Heidegger and Habermas? That Foucault's experiments in thought intersected with analyses of subjectivity, theories of knowledge, philosophies of experience? The outstanding contributions to this volume respond to these questions by leading its readers into an excavation of Foucault's philosophical curiosity and his unfinished road map to the good life" James Bernauer