List of Contributors. Acknowledgments. Introduction: Foucault's Philosophy (Christopher Falzon & Timothy O'Leary). 1 Foucault, Hegel, and Philosophy (Gary Gutting). 2 "I am Simply a Nietzschean" (Hans Sluga). 3 Foucault, Heidegger, and the History of Truth (Timothy Rayner). 4 The Entanglement of Power and Validity: Foucault and Critical Theory (Amy Allen). 5 Foucault, Davidson, and Interpretation (C. G. Prado). 6 The "Death of Man": Foucault and Anti-Humanism (Beatrice Han-Pile). 7 Foucault's Theory of Knowledge (Barry Allen). 8 Rethinking Experience with Foucault (Timothy O'Leary). 9 Foucault, Queer Theory, and the Discourse of Desire (Jana Sawicki). 10 Foucault and Normative Political Philosophy (Paul Patton). 11 Foucault, Philosopher of Dialogue (Christopher Falzon). Index.
Timothy O Leary teaches Philosophy at the Universityof Hong Kong. He has published widely on Foucault, especially inrelation to ethics and literature. He is the author of Foucaultand the Art of Ethics (2002, 2006) and Foucault and Fiction:The Experience Book (2009). Christopher Falzon is a lecturer in Philosophy at TheUniversity of Newcastle. He is the author of Foucault and SocialDialogue (1998) and Philosophy Goes to the Movies(2002).
"Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates throughresearchers/faculty." (Choice, 1 August 2011) "In sum, then, O'Leary and Falzon have brought together a goodand interesting set of essays that are well worth reading. Thisvolume will be of interest to all scholars who work with Foucault'stexts and might be recommended to advanced undergraduate students."(Notre Dame, 22 March 2011) "As a whole the volume on Foucault's relation to philosophy is afascinating contribution to the vast literature on his work.Although the papers within the volume were somewhat short, theyopen up many divergent areas of potential research for the future."(Metapsychology Online, January 2011)