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Home About Help Search. The Archaeology of Knowledge French: Cancel Forgot your password? Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Please verify that you are not a robot. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The history of ideas marks points of discontinuity between broadly defined modes of knowledge, but the assumption that those modes exist as wholes fails to do justice to the complexities of discourse.
Foucault reiterates that fouucault analysis he is outlining is only one possible procedure, and that he is not seeking to displace other ways of analysing discourse or render archeolpgie invalid. Michel Foucault Find more information about: Home About Help Search.
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During most of ArchaeologyFoucault argues for and against various notions of what are inherent aspects of a foucailt, without arriving at a comprehensive definition.
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