Don Quixote and Foucault

Michel Foucault’s The Order of Things is at least as remarkable, to me, for what it does not say in its opening chapters as for what it does say. As its readers know, its second and third chapters (“The Prose of the World” and “Representing”) describe the dramatic shift in Europeans’ understanding of language’s relationship […]

via Proving What the Books Say Is True: Don Quixote as Columbus in Foucault’s The Order of Things — Domestic Issue

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