Six Days of Foucault VI: “The Italian Foucault”

In Background Readings on November 4, 2010 at 2:58 pm

As Goldstein mentions in his preface to the translation of Remarks on Marx, aside from that of his native France, Foucault had perhaps his greatest impact on Italian intellectual life. What better way to segue into our session on the works of the Italian autonomists — whose writings fuse Foucault’s studies of power with Marx’s work on labor and “the General Intellect” — than with this collection of interviews conducted in Italy and focused on Foucault’s perception of Marx and his legacy? Embedded after the jump.


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